Few can boast a waterfall in their garden like the Lodore Falls Hotel The 4 Lodore Falls Hotel overlooking Derwentwater is situated within 40 acres of grounds and boasts a stunning waterfall and river that runs under a pack horse bridge. The hotel itself is an imposing building built in traditional Lakeland slate. It has had a commanding presence in the Borrowdale Valley for over 200 years and guests return time and time again to enjoy the backdrop of the spectacular Lodore Falls and surrounding mountains. All of the 73 comfortable bedrooms are thoughtfully designed fitted with modern amenities to a high standard you would expect of this four star hotel. All rooms feature luxurious Sealy beds hairdryer flat screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Family suites are also available as well as two room suites and the spectacular Tower Room with stunning panoramic views. With panoramic fell and lake views you can relax in the lounge before enjoying dinner in the 2 AA Rosette Lake View Restaurant which has a reputation for excellent local cuisine. Dining at the Lodore Falls: The Head Chef is passionate about the abundance of seasonal Lakeland produce and creates lunch and table d hôte dinner menu s rich in variety and creativity. Begin your evening by relaxing in the lounge bar while you select from your menu and the extensive wine list before heading through to the impressive 2 AA Rosette Lake View restaurant. Or for less formal dining visit the hotels brand-new pan-Asian restaurant Mizu where you ll find a selection of Japanese Thai Malaysian and Korean dishes. The Lake View Lounge Bar offers the perfect location to relax and enjoy morning coffee lunches and afternoon tea whilst taking in the spectacular views of Derwentwater and the surrounding mountains. Open throughout the day a wide range of speciality coffees teas and herbal teas and a wide choice of alcoholic beverages are available. Hotel Improvement works 2018 We have exciting plans to create a new chapter in the history of the Lodore Falls Hotel. Our leisure club and beauty salon will remain closed until Autumn 2018 when we reveal our brand new luxury spa with an outdoor terrace as well as 14 new exclusive bedroom suites. While this carefully planned development is underway we will everything in our power to ensure these works do not impact on our guests experience.
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