Our accommodation in the Lake District ranges from top quality Hotel accommodation in the new Brimstone development at the Langdale Hotel, to luxurious large houses providing catered accommodation and offering a different type of flexibility and a homely feel. A small selection of the hotels and houses we use feature below.
All our accommodation is selected for it's high quality, superb location and warm hospitality. At the end of a day's walking you can be assured of a first class meal and a relaxing environment in which to enjoy your evening.
The Langdale Hotel
At the entrance to the Lake District's premier mountain valley, the Langdale Hotel occupies a woodland setting alongside Langdale Beck. Well-placed for a huge range of walks, the hotel now offers luxurious accommodation in it's new Brimstone development. The hotel features high quality accommodation, excellent food and a range of leisure facilities such as pool and gym. It's greatest asses though is it's stunning location - perfect for access to the central Lakeland fells. The hotel can be booked for groups and for meetings and conferences.
Hause Hall Farm
This beautiful and luxurious house is located at the top of Martindale Hause and provides access to a wide range of local walks including Hallin Fell, lakeshore walks around Ullswater, Martindale, Boredale, Place Fell and High Street. Sleeping up to 14 persons, Hause Hall has recently been renovated to an exceptional standard by a local estate, and it provides peaceful accommodation in one of the Lake District's most undiscovered areas.
The Haweswater Hotel
The Haweswater Hotel is in an enviable position overlooking the lake, and fells beyond, and wonderfully situated for walking the eastern fells. Well-known for it's Art Deco style, the hotel is currently being refurbished, and promises to offer great things in the future. There are few better places to sit out on the terrace and enjoy a drink after a great walk. Nearby walks are excellent and so is the wildlife, with the RSPB's Naddle Farm just down the road and England's only Golden Eagle residing in a neaby valley.
Situated beneath Knipe Scar, and overlooking the Lowther Valley, the hall probably dates from the early 17th century and retains many period features including stone mullioned windows, flagged floors and impressive exposed timbers, which combine with a stylish bespoke kitchen, stone open fireplaces and contemporary bathroom fittings. The property has an enclosed garden, patio area and furniture perfect for relaxing and taking in the fabulous surroundings and a further benefit to the property is the outdoor hot tub. Sleeping 12, Knipe Hall has a large 'party barn' and is located perfectly for walking the Eastern and Central Lake District
With 12 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a Gold Award standard and 5* rated by Quality in Tourism, this multi award-winning exceptional Grade I listed fortified manor has undergone extensive renovations, bringing the two embattled peele towers back into use for the first time in more than 300 years.
Blencowe Hall is located about 4 miles from the Lake District National Park and is especially good for accessing the Northern and Eastern Fells. It's a sensational building and offers great value for a larger group.
The Crown and Mitre
Friendly village pub in the Lowther Valey and convenient for Haweswater, Ullswater and the eastern Fells. Excellent food, lovely bar area and ideal for a smaller group.