Fine Dining Hotels In Windermere

It's no surprise that the Lake District attracts over 15 million visitors a year who come to enjoy the spectacular scenery, the walking and other outdoor pursuits and the area's literary associations.

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Windermere - Gateway To the Lakes


Windermere is one of several towns that claim to be the gateway to The Lake District, and the town is ideally situated to explore the southern lakes and fells. The town has a charming location alongside the lake of the same name, and has a good selection of shops, cafes and tea rooms. hotels in windermere range from small family run bed and breakfast establishments to larger and more luxurious accommodation, many offering wonderful views over the lake or nearby mountains. Windermere is easily accessible by rail and road, and is within easy reach of the M6. And one of the best ways to enjoy the mountain scenery is from one of the many sightseeing boats on the lake, the largest in England.


Hotels In Windermere


Windermere has plenty of inexpensive bed and breakfasts offering clean, comfortable and basic rooms - ideal perhaps for hikers and backpackers on a budget. However, The town and surrounding area is also home to several of the top hotels in the Lakes and if you are looking for the perfect place to celebrate an anniversary or special occasion, Windermere is the ideal location. Of course, there is plenty to see and do nearby, although a weekend break here can also be spent in the hotel enjoying the amenities, or simply relaxing. Several hotels in the area have extensive grounds and gardens bordering the lake, and offer extras such as oversized rooms, a Jacuzzi, room and room service to make your stay special.


Fine Dining


Several area hotels also offer fine dining, often with an emphasis on locally sourced and prepared meats and vegetables, and a special weekend break isn't complete without a memorable and delicious meal. Venison, duck and lamb feature on the menu in many hotels, as does trout freshly caught in one of the lakes. And of course, you want to enjoy a glass or two of good wine with your meal, and there is no shortage of hotels with a wine list to match the quality of their food. If you prefer a pint of beer instead, Cumbria is home to over 20 small breweries, offering a variety of traditional beers, many still brewed as they have been for generations.