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Hotels in the Lake District - Kings Arms Hotel
Main Street, Burton, Carnforth, Lancashire, LA6 1LR Map

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The Kings Arms is situated in the quaint Cumbrian village of Burton-in-Kendal, situated near to the oustanding natural beauty of the Lake District National Park, Yorkshire Dales and the historic city of Lancaster with easy access to the M6 motorway. Previously an old coaching inn as early as 1763, the Kings Arms is a small family run traditional tavern, offering a warm and friendly service with excellent cuisine served in our recently extended restuarant. Dinner in our candle lit dining room is an integral part of the Kings Arms experience; we believe that you, the guest, deserve food of the highest standard, prepared with the finest local ingredients and expertise.We boast 6 well-appointed, en-suite rooms, family room and doubles all furnished in a traditional style with natural warmth and welcoming charm.Here at The Kings Arms, we offer a unique opportunity to enjoy hospitality and service of the highest standard, whilst experiencing the wonders of picturesque Cumbria - the perfect setting for any break. Burton in Kendal is a short distance from The Lake District, The Yorkshire Dales and The Trough of Bowland.The hotel is a perfect base for walkers and cyclists as it is on the Lancashire Cycle way and is surrounded by bay coastal, fell and woodland walks in areas of outstanding natural beauty. Locally their are plenty of activities, such as a number of local fisheries for the angler, the Capernwray Dive Centre , Equestrian and outdoor pursuit centres for those wanting an active break and for those wanting the more leisurely break we are perfectly sited to explore the area and then come back to relax in a traditional coaching inn based in a pretty Cumbrian Village. For those passing through and needing a short stopover the Kings Arms is 5 minutes off the the M6 at Junction 35 or 36 and is an ideal stop over venue for those wishing to break long journeys up to Scotland or down South.All room in the hotel are non smoking, if a guest disregards this,we will apply a £50 per room night surcharge to : deep clean the room, dispose of linens and replace fixed fabrics etc
Hotels in the Lake District - Station Hotel
Salthouse Road, Millom, Cumbria, LA18 5AD Map

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UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT:- The Station Hotel is located in the small coastal town of Millom on the Lake Districts Southern Peninsular. The hotel is ideally based from which to explore the Central Lakes and the unspoilt beauty of the Western Coast, a firm favourite with both walking and rambling groups. All bedrooms have en-suite shower room and are furnished to a high standard, each have a television with satellite channels and all rooms have free WiFi access.The hotels breakfast facilities are run on a self service basis. We provide everything you require for a full continental breakfast so you can serve yourself . There is no set time for breakfast as everything is readily available whenever you require. We can take group bookings of up to a maximum of 16; reduced rates are available with max occupancy. Further information is available from the hotel.
Hotels in the Lake District - Macdonald Old England Hotel Spa
Church Street, Bowness-on-Windermere, Windermere, Cumbria, LA23 3DF Map

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On the shores of England's largest lake, the Old England occupies an unrivalled location on the shores of Lake Windermere with stunning views to the fells beyond. It is ideal for exploring the Lake District national park and its many attractions. Located in the heart of Bowness village, this elegant Victorian mansion is superbly furnished with fine antiques. The hotel is ideal for access to the lake itself as well as its many unique shops and visitor attractions. Enjoy a drink in the Terrace bar and then dinner in the Rosette awarded Vinand restaurant, which provides panoramic views of the lake as well as fine cuisine. Attractive gardens lead down to our own jetties.The hotel provides the finest Spa facilities in the area, perfect for relaxing after a hard day exploring, or simply pamper yourself in the tranquil environment that is the spa, with a range of treatments to rejuvenate and awaken your senses.
Hotels in the Lake District - Bailey Ground Hotel
Drigg Road, Seascale, Cumbria, CA20 1NP Map

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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.
Hotels in the Lake District - Windermere Hotel
Kendal Road, Windermere, Cumbria, LA23 1AL Map

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Perfectly situated on a hilltop overlooking the quaint village of Windermere and the beautiful surrounding areas, The Windermere Hotel boasts stunningly decorated public areas including a comfortable lounge and adjacent bar as well a spacious and elegant dining room and comfortable bedrooms with everything you would expect in a modern establishment.Our location set high above the town of Windermere gives us beautiful views over the lake, guests can stroll into the town and, for the more energetic, the lake itself is just a 20 minute walk.Originally called the Riggs Windermere Hotel, named after Thomas Rigg who built it in 1847, the hotel opened at the same time as the railway from Oxenholme to Windermere. The hotel name has changed but the hotel and railway station remain and greet most visitors on their way to Windermere. A recent refurbishment of the bar and restaurant has left us a really warm modern look that returning guests love, but the hotel still retains a lovely old feel, true to its railway heritage.
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