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Wordsworth Hotel

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The privately owned Wordsworth Hotel is a lovely Victorian Lakeland house set in a tranquil Lakeland village. The lounges and stunning new conservatory have spectacular views over the fells that so inspired the poet Wordsworth. The hotel is best known for its warm welcome, friendly and personal style of service not often seen in hotels today.

There are 34 en-suite bedrooms, and 2 suites, several rooms have four posters and Jacuzzi baths. The Prelude restaurant has 2 Rosettes and serves outstanding food with an extensive wine list. The hotel pub next door, The Dove and Olive branch, is a friendly meeting place with traditional beer, tasty snacks and delicious light meals.

There are several rooms that can be used for meetings with natural daylight, with 2 overlooking the gardens ideal for private board meetings or parties.

Rates for 2 night stay start from £180.00, inclusive of accommodation, 4 course A la carte dinner, full English breakfast and VAT.

Please contact us or visit our website for our special breaks.


Ratings/Awards: AA/RAC 4 Star
AA Care & Courtesy Award
Number of Rooms: 37
Number Ensuite: 37

Price per Person

Double: From £65
Twin: From £65
Single: From £65
Suite: From £105
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Name: The Prelude
Cuisine: Modern English with international influence
Chef: Leigh Myers
Awards: 2 AA Rosettes for food

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Swimming Pool - also sauna and solarium
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