Windermere Hotels

Lake Windermere is England's largest natural lake, stretching 11 miles from Waterhead, Ambleside in the north down to Lakeside, Newby Bridge in the south. There are plenty of Windermere Hotels to choose from close to and alongside the shores of this scenic lake. As well as a good choice of Hotels at Waterhead and Newby Bridge, there are the popular Lake District towns of Winderemere itself and of Bowness-on-Windermere. As well as having outstanding scenery, Windermere Hotels are very accessible for tourists. Windermere is close to the M6 motorway, and the town of Windermere has a rail link to the west coast main line. When you travel to the Lake District from the south, Windermere might well be one of the first places you see.

Lakeside Hotel, Newby Bridge - Located at southern tip of Lake Windermere. 4 Star. Prices from 68.13 pppn.

The Lakeside Hotel offers you a unique position on the water's edge of Lake Windermere, with its luxury 17 metre pool and spa exclusively for hotel residents. There are individually furnished bedrooms, a choice of restaurants and a superb conservatory with breathtaking lake views. Its location allows you to discover Lake Windermere from the water.

There is a Ferry that leaves Lakeside for Bowness and Ambleside not far from the Hotel. The Hatherthwaite steam Railway is also located nearby. Other local attractions include the grounds at Graythwaite Hall, Stott Bobbin Mill, and Beatrix Potter's Hill Top Farm at Near Sawrey.


Beech Hill Hotel, Windermere - Overlooking the Southern Section of Lake Windermere. 3 Star. Prices from 74.00 per Room per night.

The Beech Hill Hotel is situated on the shores of Lake Windermere, with its own jetty, heated indoor swimming pool, sauna and solarium. All bedrooms are en-suite and some overlook the lake. The hotel has a lounge and bar and the Gallery Restaurant has superb views and has been awarded two AA Rosettes.

Fell Foot Country Park, Lakeside, and the popular town of Bowness-on-Windermere are all a short drive from the Hotel.


Storrs Hall, Windermere - Overlooking Southern Section of Lake Windermere. 4 Star. Prices from 120.00 per Room per night.

Storrs Hall is an elegant Georgian mansion situated in 17 acres of landscaped grounds and woodland on the shores of Lake Windermere. The sumptuous interiors are decorated in an old English style with antiques and fine works of art creating an air of established comfort; elegant yet informal, warm and welcoming. Breathtaking lake and fell views can be glimpsed. All the bedrooms are individually designed and well equipped. The award winning restaurant has an extensive menu making use of superb local produce.


Lindeth Howe Country House Hotel, Bowness-on-Windermere - Overlooking Lake. 3 Star. Prices from 120.00 per Room per night.

The Lindeth Howe Country House Classic Hotel, formerly owned by Beatrix Potter, is set in 6 acres of beautiful, mature gardens overlooking Lake Windermere. The hotel is an elegant central base from which to explore the fells, lakes and surrounding countryside. The bedrooms are beautifully appointed with many facilities. Other features include a rosette awarded restaurant, bar and lounge as well as an indoor swimming pool and leisure facilities. Lake District Tours are bookable through the hotel.


Belsfield Hotel, Bowness-on-Windermere - Overlooking Windermere and the Cumbrian Hills. 3 Star. Prices from 118.00 per Room per night.

This Victorian hotel stands in six acres of beautiful gardens overlooking Windermere and the Cumbrian Hills. In addition to the hotel's wonderful location in Bowness-on-Windermere, at the heart of The Lake District, the Belsfield has a heated indoor swimming pool and sauna. The hotel restaurant offers the chance to enjoy good food and wine in a perfect atmosphere.


Macdonald Old England Hotel, Bowness-on-Windermere - Victorian mansion set in mature gardens with lawns down to the lake. 3 Star. Prices from 136.00 per Room per night.

Formerly a private house, this elegant Victorian mansion nestles in mature gardens with lawns down to the lake. The hotel boasts unrivalled views of Lake Windermere, and is in a prime location for visiting the World of Beatrix Potter and other local attractions. With its private lakeside jetties and moorings this atmospheric hotel is an ideal base for getting acquainted with this unique area of Britain.


Staggs Head, Bowess-on-Windermere - Ideally situated close to lakes, shops and restaurants. 2 Star. Prices from 80.00 per Room per night.

Ideally situated close to lakes, shops and restaurants the hotel offers a contemporary break in a traditional setting. Lively music, themed nights and a late license ensures residents enjoy a free party every night in the hotels basement club. The bars are popular with tourists and locals alike and offer a varied menu of wholesome foods. The hotel also provides a hearty breakfast which enables full appreciation of the superb local walks and attractions. Complimentary private parking is available and Ferry Cruises to Waterhead and Lakeside are also close by.


Low Wood Hotel, Windermere - Overlooks the northern end of Lake Windermere. 4 Star. Prices from 212.00 per Room per night.

Beautifully situated on the shore of Lake Windermere, the Low Wood Hotel offers splendid views across to the Langdale Pikes. The outstanding leisure facilities include an indoor pool, squash courts, fitness studio and beauty clinique. The hotel's Watersports and Activity Centre offers water-skiing, canoeing, windsurfing, archery etc. All bedrooms are equipped to a very high standard and there is a choice of two restaurants and three bars.