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Located just one and a half miles from Carlisle city centre is the Carlisle Swallow Hotel. This warm, friendly hotel is the ideal base for exploring the Lake District, Hadrian's Wall and the picturesque Scottish Borders. When it's time to unwind after a day's exploring, our Leisure Club provides the perfect opportunity to relax. The club offers you free use of the indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, steam room, spa and gymnasium. Dining is available in our Fairfield lounge bar, which serves afternoon tea daily and a variety of light snacks and meals throughout the day. The bar is also an ideal setting in which to enjoy a relaxing pre-dinner drink before retreating to our Langdales Restaurant, where you'll be served a range of fine, freshly prepared seasonal dishes. We also offer you a great selection of fine wines to perfectly complement your meal. Our friendly staff is always on hand to make your stay both comfortable and relaxing, providing you the very warmest of welcomes and exceptional service throughout your stay.There is also a Â£2.50 card surcharge for the use of credit cards.Swallow Carlisle now offers 'Free Wi-Fi' throughout the hotel
Located in the Western Lake District, this family run hotel is set just 50 metres from the sea and is only a 3 minute walk from Seascale train station. Including Ice-Cream Parlour, Coffee Shop, Gym, Free WiFi, O2 and Vodafone Mobile Phone signal boosters and ample car parking. Opened in October 2008, the Mawson family have put heart and soul' into Bailey Ground Hotel, refurbishing and re-invigorating it from top to bottom to ensure offering excellent accommodation and facilities for all guests. The Mawson family also have a farm which traditionally produces dairy products for the area, so you can be certain that only the freshest, highest quality produce is used in the hotel's coffee shop and restaurant. The hotel is one mile south of Sellafield and so is ideally placed to avoid morning and evening traffic to the plant.Bedrooms have recently been refurbished, offering tasteful and stylish accommodation including all modern facilities guests would expect. The hotel places their emphasis on traditional home comforts in a relaxed and friendly environment, providing the ideal place for a relaxing getaway.The restaurant is the ideal place to enjoy a delicious freshly cooked meal; guests can sit back and soak up the ambient surroundings and wonderful view out to the Irish Sea. All produce is sourced as locally as possible, using the best quality ingredients with milk, cream, butter and clotted cream from the Bailey Ground Dairy. There is also an extensive wine list to compliment any meal. Please note, guests wishing to dine in the hotel on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday will need to book a table in advance of arrival.The Ice Cream Parlour and Coffee Shop offer the perfect place to indulge in a treat. The ice cream is hand made using milk and cream from their own cows which guests can see grazing in the fields around Seascale. There are 12 flavours which will change daily depending on the best seasonal produce available. Guests can enjoy delicious ice creams such as banana split, Peach Melba, strawberry and chocolate sundae and the famous Bailey Ground Knickerbocker Glory. The Coffee Shop menu offers freshly prepared food such as; scones, toasted tea cakes, sandwiches and Panini's. Also, a large selection of desserts, tray bakes and fresh cream cakes.Seascale is a quaint coastal town in the Western Lake District; it is the perfect base for exploring this beautiful part of the Lake District. Stunning views and some of England's finest scenery provide a backdrop to the wide choice of attractions and things to do in the Lake District. There are plenty of outdoor activities on offer from walking and cycling to rock climbing to abseiling. If you prefer an amble around the shops and art galleries there is plenty to keep you entertained, with art exhibitions on throughout the year. With so many things to do you'll never be stuck for ideas or inspiration to make your stay in Cumbria a memorable one.
The Pennington family of Muncaster Castle have opened a new luxury hotel at Ravenglass, the only place where the Lake District National Park meets the sea.The Pennington combines the charm of a 16th century coaching inn with modern interior design, offering 21 high quality guest rooms, each with ensuite bathroom, flat-screen TV and Multi-media system. Dining facilities include a brasserie-style restaurant, courtyard cafÃ© and licensed bar.The hotel also offers a selection of short breaks, including golfing holidays, photographic safaris and art coursers, as well as a purpose-built meeting room for business and group use.
Set in 14 acres of landscaped gardens and grounds, Abbey House Hotel is the jewel of the Furness peninsula. Designed by world renowned architect Sir Edwin Lutyens, the hotel is situated between the towns of Barrow in Furness and Dalton in Furness. Built in 1914 the hotel boasts beautiful original features that have been lovingly restored. A breathtaking building with ample parking and lovely walks through the grounds, the hotel has 61 bedrooms, Abbey Restaurant with extensive menu and a full wine list to choose from. Abbey House is only 30 minutes from the heart of the lake district and is a stones throw from some of the lake districts top tourist attractions.Please note the Hotel is very popular with functions and weddings which may include music until late.
Keswick Road, Grasmere, Ambleside, Cumbria, LA22 9RF Map
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.Built in 1650 as a coaching inn, and referred to in Wordsworth's poem 'The Waggoner', the Swan Hotel is one of the oldest hotels in the Lake District. Nestled in the Cumbrian countryside, with views across the Fells and access to several challenging trails, this cosy and inviting hotel is ideal for walkers and cyclists. With open sunny vistas in summer and blazing log fires in winter, The Swan is the ideal base for exploring the wonders of the Lake District.