We've been here before but just to eat or drink and we've always wanted to stay. We went with friends on Saturday to stay for one night. The rooms were expensive and at first the hotel wouldn't do a deal but they relented on Saturday morning and reduced the price by £30 and threw in four breakfasts which was good news for our wallets. We had a few Dizzy Blondes beers and then we had dinner. We had really good food, good wine and well kept Robinsons cask beers. The staff were friendly and efficient and the breakfasts were all freshly cooked. All told we spent just short of £500 between the four of us so we had no qualms about demanding a deal on the rooms. It's a great place but the room we stayed in had a sensitive shower which took a while to get right and it was difficult to get the TV to work. The rooms could do with internal phones as if, like us, you are with friends, there's no way to contact each other as there's no mobile phone signal at the hotel. Still the place is very olde worlde and atmospheric and is a great way to treat yourself to a special weekend. But make sure you put aside shed loads of cash because you will need it.
- Also Known As:
- The Queen`s Head Troutbeck Hotel
- The Queen`s Head Troutbeck Hotel Troutbeck
- The Queen's Head Troutbeck Lake District
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Maybe it’s the warm Lakeland welcome, or perhaps the curiously eclectic mix of ancient, Cumbrian and contemporary. It probably has a lot to do with the food (and the beer). Or perhaps its location, tucked away in the Troutbeck Valley, just 3 miles from Windermere.Whatever it is that makes The Queen’s Head Hotel in Cumbria’s lakeland such a favourite with the regulars, you need to come and experience it first hand.Rooms with fabulous four-posters and quirky walls from another century; textures and colours to relax the senses all combine to provide a welcome sanctuary, whether in the original 17th Century Coaching Inn or the beautifully transformed ancient barn opposite. Don’t go home...sleep over!Make no mistake, Troutbeck is real Lakeland. This undulating valley, riddled with a maze of footpaths linking ancient hamlets at times appears to lure you into their gardens.Occasionally, Windermere Lake comes into view a few miles down the valley, tempting you away from the swathe of fell tops above. The best advice is to keep returning to ensure you haven’t missed anything. At least this way, you can eat your way through The Queen’s Head menu and stay in another gloriously comfortable room ... more less
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