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All reviewsspa bathsmall hotellake districthoggetbird feedersborrowdale valleysuperior roomdining roomwithout being intrusivewalk in showerhigh standardpeace and quietleave the carhalf boardfood was wonderfulmodern bathroomwell stocked bar
Really enjoyed this place, walking and solitude with a beautiful outlook. Restaurant was a bit limited if staying more than a couple of days, could get repetitive although there are others within walking distance(2ks). Lake and walks. Good bar with very nice outdoor setting ...if...More
Really enjoyed our stay in this elegant old family home which has kept its old fashioned charm. The bathroom was very modern and clean. The staff are so friendly and attentive. The gardens are lovely - filled with birds and wildlife. We stayed in room...More
We stayed for our wedding anniversary as we stayed last year on the last day of our honeymoon and had such an amazing experience..well same again.from walking into reception we were met by a young French lad who was pleasant and went out of his...More
A small hotel with beautiful grounds. The many bird feeders attract lots of different birds including woodpeckers. There’s also a red squirrel which takes an interest too. All of this can be watched from the dining conservatory or the gardens themselves. Our room was comfortable...More
This is a small hotel in an Edwardian building, near to the Derwentwater lake. The staff are extremely helpful. Our room had a great view over the Lake and the peaks. You can watch the local wildlife from your bedroom window. We had a red...More
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There are boating activities in the area, and many nice hikes of different difficulty levels. We did see a couple of pony trekking establishments advertised in the general vicinity If my memory serves me correctly, I do not... More
There are boating activities in the area, and many nice hikes of different difficulty levels. We did see a couple of pony trekking establishments advertised in the general vicinity If my memory serves me correctly, I do not believe the Leathes Head permits children, but please call or email them to confirm that in case I am wrong.