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Brathay Lodge
Rothay Road

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Brathay Lodge is a traditional English Lake District property which was originally built as two semi detached properties around 1890 probably to satisfy the demand for hotels, guesthouse and lodging accommodation by the Lake District tourist industry which was then in its infancy. The property has been totally refurbished in a contemporary style to create an informal atmosphere conducive to unwinding with high class accommodation to a quality hotel standard.

We have 19 rooms with king size and four poster beds. All rooms are en-suite with a Jacuzzi spa bath and shower, have tea and coffee making facilities and colour TV. All rooms (excluding standard rooms) have DVD players as standard with unlimited access to our film library.

A wireless network allows guests to connect their personal laptops to our 2MB Broadband Internet connection from most rooms and a PC is available in the lounge area where that is not available.

For the benefit of our guests we are also members of the exclusive Langdale Country Club which is a very pleasant scenic 10 minutes drive down the Langdale valley. Guests during the course of their stay may use their leisure facilities which include a 20 metre swimming pool and gym.


Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Star Guest Accommodation
Number of Rooms: 19
Number Ensuite: 19
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Parking - Off road, private
Disabled Access
Children Welcome - Families sleep 3-5
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms - Rooms with external access for smokers
Tourist Board Inspected - AA
TV in Rooms
Dogs/Pets Welcome

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