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Langdale Chase Hotel

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The Langdale Chase Hotel, Cumbria Hotel of the Year 2001, is a beautiful country house dating back to 1890. With stained glass windows, oak panelling and a 300 year old oak fireplace the main hotel is the perfect setting for morning coffee. The restaurant has breathtaking views of Lake Windermere and the Langdale Pikes. All the bedrooms are individually and tastefully furnished, many with Lake Views. (The Lakehouse provides further accommodation which opens onto a wide terrace overlooking the gardens and lake. The grounds slope gently to the lake and are beautiful at any time of the year.)

Voted 'Best View in Britain 2004'

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 29
Number Ensuite: 29

Price per Person

Price Includes: Bed & Breakfast
Double: £75 - £105 (summer), £45 - £75 (winter) - Midweek from £45
Twin: £75 - £105 (summer), £45 - £75 (winter) - Midweek from £45
Single: Supplement of £35 for single occupancy
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Cuisine: French/English
Chef: Daniel Hopkins
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes

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