We called in on spec on a sunny afternoon. We sat on the lakeside terrace with friends.
We had chilled wine and ordered two local cheeseboards to nibble on. Though the waiter did not know the names of the cheeses he did go and find out and returned with a list. Delicious and highly recommended . Nice mix of people as there was a wedding on with a really good wedding singer who serenaded guests.
Perfect sunny day and something we would definitely do again. Service was great.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated on the picturesque River Leven at the southern tip of Lake Windermere, this 17th-century coaching inn is full of character and charm, but also offers well-equipped rooms, first-class leisure facilities and a fabulous ESPA spa. Enjoy the cosy, traditional lounges with roaring log fires, sample a unique local ale and enjoy a first-class dinner from the extensive hotel menu. The chef makes a point of finding the very best natural ingredients from local sources. If you're planning on a family trip, you'll find that The Swan has excellent facilities for children. Whether it's books and toys available in the library, a special restaurant menu or the complimentary milk and cookies served up at bedtime, younger guests are well looked after. Of course, there are many opportunities for them to play too - both in the hotel's 14 acres and the beautiful surrounding countryside. Whatever the reason for your trip, business or pleasure, you can be sure of the warmest of welcomes and will have the perfect base for exploring the wonderful beauty of the Lake District. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Swan Newby Bridge
- Swan Hotel Newby Bridge
- Swan Hotel & Spa Newby Bridge, Lake District