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Rothay Garden Hotel
Broadgate
Grasmere
Cumbria

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Situated on the outskirts of Picturesque Grasmere village and nestling in two acres of riverside gardens surrounded by majestic fells, this elegant hotel is surely the perfect choice for a relaxing Lakeland break.

Our elegant candlelit conservatory restaurant, overlooking the gardens, is a superb setting in which to enjoy our renowned five-course dinner complemented by a 140 bin wine list.

Three individually designed grades of bedrooms to suit all tastes and requirements, with all the modern facilities required by today's discerning guest including luxurious bathrobes. Ground floor rooms and Four Poster bedrooms with whirlpool baths are also available. Higher grade bedrooms also enjoy complimentary mineral water and chocolates.

There are also two very comfortable lounges in which to relax.

All this together with our friendly and professional service ensures a memorable Lakeland holiday.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star 73%
AA 2 Rosettes
Cumbria for Excellence Hotel of the Year 1999
Les Routiers Hotel of the Year 1999
ETC Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 25
Number Ensuite: 25

Price per Room:

Double: From £64.50
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Name: Rothay Garden
Cuisine: Modern English
Chef: Andrew Burton
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes

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