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Situated in Windermere, this hotel is close to Lake District National Park, World of Beatrix Potter and Old Laundry Theatre. Also nearby are Bowness Bay Marina ...
Situated on a lake, this spa hotel is 0.1 mi (0.2 km) from Old Laundry Theatre and 3 mi (4.8 km) from Hill Top. World of Beatrix Potter and Bowness Bay Marina ...
Situated in Troutbeck, this inn is 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Wansfell Pike and within 6 miles (10 km) of Lake District National Park and Brockhole - the Lake District ...
Situated in a national park, this spa hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of Armitt Museum and Gallery, Dora's Field and Rydal Mount. Wansfell Pike and Brockhole ...
Situated on the riverwalk, this spa hotel is steps away from Grasmere Garden Village, St Oswald's Church and Helm Crag. Wordsworth Museum and Dove Cottage are ...
Situated in Bowness-on-Windermere, this guesthouse is within a 10-minute walk of World of Beatrix Potter and Old Laundry Theatre. Bowness Bay Marina - Electric ...
Situated on a lake, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Brockhole - the Lake District Visitor Centre and within 3 miles (5 km) of Townend and Armitt Museum and ...
One of the United Kingdom's most magical and enchanting holiday destinations is tucked away in the far north-west of England. There's no other way to say it: the dazzling county of Cumbria is plainly spoiled when it comes to areas of astounding natural beauty. As if the Lake District wasn't enough, Cumbria also boasts sections of the epic Pennines and the picturesque Yorkshire Dales.
The diversity of the landscape in Cumbria attracts all manner of holidaymakers. Keen ramblers are in good company with sailors, golfers and lovers of laziness, indulgence and pure relaxation. From spa hotels in country mansions to affordable rural youth hostels, Cumbria's spread of hotels is as diverse as its list of attractions.
The bulk of Cumbria may be rural, but the county's only city is a buzzing, vibrant hotspot of great eateries, excellent hotels and plenty of things to do. Carlisle boasts a lively cultural scene and a smattering of fascinating historical attractions. There are tons of independent shops to keep visitors busy and a whole host of spectacular restaurants to keep bellies full. One of the country's best-loved attractions of Hadrian's Wall is just half an hour's drive away.
As the county's only significant urban area, Carlisle is home to the highest concentration of guesthouses and hotels in Cumbria. Visitors have their pick of numerous small and intimate B&Bs near the city centre, as well as some reliable brand hotels, such as the centrally located Ibis.
The Lake District is without doubt Cumbria's number one tourist attraction, and with good reason. The network of sublimely beautiful lakes is punctuated by magnificent mountains and picturesque country walks. As you'd expect, many of the county's finest hotels are located by these big bodies of water.
Beech Hill Hotel and Spa is an exceptionally luxurious hotel which really makes the most of its lakeside location. Many of the hotel's exquisitely finished guest rooms boast unhindered views out across the famous Lake Windermere, and there's even a spa overlooking the lake. The gorgeous grounds make Beech Hill Hotel and Spa an ideal choice for Cumbria weddings.
With the lakes and mountains stealing all the headlines, Cumbria's lengthy stretch of coastline sometimes seems almost a secret! But don't overlook it for its more dramatic inland cousin, because the pretty coastal part of Cumbria is an excellent place to stay. The western aspect offers wonderful sunsets and there are plenty of excellent hotels and restaurants right on the waterfront. Of course, the lakes are just a few miles away.
Bailey Ground Lodge enjoys a stunning seafront location at the popular seaside resort of Seascale. There's direct access to the beach and the rates offer incredibly good value for money throughout the year.
One of the real highlights of Cumbria's coastline is the plethora of golfing opportunities. The dynamic landscapes of inland Cumbria sometimes make golfing an uphill struggle (literally!), but the more forgiving coastal land is perfect for a few gentle rounds. Expect superb links play all along the west coast, with one of the country's finest links courses being located at Siloth on Solway Golf Club, in the north-west.