4 AA Assessed
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£160-250 per night

Inn on the Lake (Lake District Hotels Ltd)

Glenridding, Glenridding, CA11 0PE

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The Inn on the Lake is set in a breathtaking location on the shore of Lake Ullswater and boasts a reputation for a quality and service to match this famous historic hotel. The imposing facade looks out onto 15 acres of well-manicured grounds which lead to the hotel s jetties on the lake and feature pitch & putt and croquet lawns. The interior decor radiates style and sophistication complementing the exterior with a refined understated elegance in the 47 comfortable bedrooms which include 6 beautiful four-poster suites and 4 balcony rooms. The cuisine is also renowned for its creativity and panache served in the stunning Two AA Rosette restaurant which has the most spectacular views of the sparkling lake and dramatic mountains. Less formal fayre is on offer in the Ramblers Bar & Candleroom which serves real ales and a range of delicious meals and snacks. And for the perfect way to relax watch the sailing boats drift by from a superb lakeside terrace ideal for drinks dining and afternoon tea. The Orangery is also perfect for lunches afternoon teas and dinners whilst taking in the beautiful panoramic views. Exhilarating walks and lake ferries will ensure that whatever the weather a stay at the Inn on the Lake will remain in the memory for a long time. Our hotel features: 47 en-suite bedrooms including 6 four poster suites and 4 balcony rooms - most with lake view or mountain views. Award-winning Two AA Rosette Lake View Restaurant Lounge & Cocktail Bar Orangery Superb Lakeside Terrace. Own family pub in the grounds. Romantic garden gazebo - ideal for special occasions. 4 function suites seating up to 110 guests. 9 hole pitch & put croquet lawn and lake frontage with jetties. Lift to all floors. Dogs welcome. FREE large private car park. FREE WiFi access.

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