Accommodation near Three Shires Inn
in a Hotel, Inn, Restaurant with rooms etc

10 matches found:

3 Visit England Assessed
£99-125 per night
1.9km (1.2 miles) away
A 400 year old Lakeland Inn with oak beams real fires and small cosy rooms. Famed for our real ales and extensive menu of freshly cooked dishes using local produce as much as possible. Situated in the middle of picturesque Elterwater village with the magnificent Langdale Pikes as a backdrop there are walks of every variety in all ... more
4 AA Assessed

4.3km (2.7 miles) away
Welcome to the Daffodil Hotel & Spa by the shores of Grasmere water.. Combining stylish contemporary interiors inside with stunning natural beauty outside The Daffodil presents a concept brand new to The Lake District. Unwind in one of our 78 rooms and suites dine in our lake view restaurant led by our creative Executive Chef ... more
3 Visit England Assessed

4.6km (2.9 miles) away
Set in 3 acres of mature gardens Dale Lodge Hotel is a period property with traditional charm. Located in the heart of the Lake District it features a popular restaurant bar and modern bedrooms. Each of the individually designed rooms has an en suite bathroom and features a flat-screen TV tea and coffee facilities and luxury ... more
5 AA Assessed

4.7km (2.9 miles) away
The Moss Grove Organic offers 5-star guest accommodation. Each of the individually designed bedrooms are unique in character shape design and ambience. All sharing a relaxed and totally natural style with a range of sustainable features. Each bedroom has a flat-screen TV and Bose Entertainment system with a DVD library available ... more
3 Assessed
£119-209 per night
5.4km (3.3 miles) away
A traditional Lakeland country house noted for its friendly relaxed ambiance and unobtrusive service with 10 individual and comfortable bed rooms. A romantic destination for honeymoons and special occasions. The perfect place to unwind and restore body and soul. Situated in the very heart of the Lake District mountains there is ... more
4 Assessed

5.8km (3.6 miles) away
Bluebird Lodge Guest House and Apartments are situated on the edge of the picturesque village of Coniston close to the shore of Coniston Water. We are perfectly located for a range of activities - from action-packed outdoor adventure water sports and cycling to more gentle walks or sightseeing and visiting the many places of interest ... more
NC Non-Classified

5.8km (3.6 miles) away
The Black Bull Inn and Hotel is a 400 year old charming country inn nestled beside church beck with real fire oak beams and slate floors in areas. All rooms tastefully decorated central heating television tea and coffee making facilities and all rooms ensuite. We serve good traditional food daily from 12 noon with our daily ... more
4 Visit England Assessed
£99-180 per night
5.8km (3.6 miles) away
A little bit different. Relax in comfortable and contemporary surroundings with a mix of leather solid oak and pine furniture. Styled to meet todays expectations. Lakeland House has gone that little bit further to provide a modern twist to the traditional lakeland guest house. There is a mix of double twin single and family rooms. ... more
4 Visit England Assessed
£93-230 per night
5.9km (3.6 miles) away
Family run Lakes B & B with scenic views over Wansfell and Loughrigg. Private parking is possible on site (reservation is needed) and costs GBP 10 per day/Free Wi-Fi in all rooms. Short walk to Ambleside shops and restaurants or Lake Windermere. Brathay Lodge is very well located for walkers mountain bikers and golfers visiting the ... more
4 Visit England Assessed

6.0km (3.7 miles) away
Wateredge Inn stands on the shores of Lake Windermere a short walk from Ambleside centre. Set across two former 17th century fishermen s cottages it offers a large bar/ restaurant cosy bedrooms and period features. The individual bedrooms each have an en-suite bathroom and tea/coffee facilities. Rooms also have a flat-screen TV ... more

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