English Lake District
Lake District Hotels
If you are thinking of visiting the Lake District to experience its picturesque villages, stunning Lakes, and spectacular Mountain scenery, these pages are all about Lake District Hotels. Browse through the hotel list by area - there are sections covering Lake District areas such as Ambleside, Windermere and Keswick to name just a few. More areas are due to be added in the near future, and new Lake District Hotels are added continuously on an ongoing basis. This site is also packed with information, maps and photographs of Lake District areas to help you decide which place is for you.
When you find a Lake District Hotel that inspires you, simply click the link button to view details of prices, availability, and to book your break in the Lake District. Just think - you could be there this week. This is truly a special part of the world. I hope you visit again soon.
Lake District Hotels by Area
This Lake District Hotels Guide provides you with a list of Hotels by area. Click on the links above to learn more about these areas, and which find out which place is best for you.
Using the Lake District Hotels Guide
The aim of this Lake Districts Hotel Guide is to help you decide which part of the Lake District is going to appeal to you the most, and help you find a hotel in that area. So as well as having information about the hotels themselves, there are also links to other sections of this website which provide information, maps and photographs about Lake District Villages, Valleys, Lakes and Fells.
Lake District Hotel Locations
All the Lake District hotels contained in this Guide offer something different for the guest. Many hotels in this guide have a scenic lakeside location, whether this is on Lake Windermere, Ullswater, Derwent Water, or Haweswater. The Low Wood Hotel, for example, has its own marina and watersports centre on the shores of Lake Windermere. Other Lake District hotels are located in valleys such as Langdale or Borrowdale with excellent views of the mountains. The New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel, for example, is located in the valley below the Langdale Pikes and offers some excellent walks. Many people like to stay in Lake District towns and villages where there are shops, restaurants and tourist attractions. Grasmere, Bowness, Coniston, Keswick and Ambleside have excellent amenities for the tourist. It is also true to say that a number of Lake District Hotels have many, and in some cases, most of these features combined.
Booking a Lake District Hotel Room Online
Once you have found a Lake District Hotel in the Guide, click the button which says Check Availability and Book Online. This will take you through to an external travel website where you can book your Lake District Hotel Break online. You can also click this button to compare prices for different Lake District Hotels. Please note that some Hotels quote prices per person per night, whilst others offer bargains on a per room per night basis.
In Association With
The Waterhead Hotel, Ambleside
The Swan Hotel, Grasmere
Lake District Hotel Areas
Lake District Hotels
Each marker on the Lake District Hotels map, represents an area of the Lake District where a number of hotels are located. Hover your mouse pointer to find out the name of the area, and the number of hotels. Click the marker to go to the web page for that area.
Lake District Hotels - Autumn Hotel Breaks in the Lake District
Why not book to go away in the Lake District and experience the amazing autumn colours. In the Lake District Hotels Guide there are a variety of hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, and guest houses for long and short term breaks. Looking for a recommendation? If you are a walker or just want to get away for a country retreat, you might be interested in The Hollies guest house located in the picturesque village of Threlkeld at the foot of Blencathra, one of the Lakes District's much loved fells. For more information click the link below:
The Hollies Guest House, Threlkeld.
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