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Waterside Hotel, Grasmere, Cumbria

Waterside Hotel
Keswick Road
Grasmere
Cumbria

LA22 9PR | View map
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The Waterside Hotel in Grasmere is the perfect getaway destination for anyone wishing to explore and really appreciate the unique beauty of the English Lake District. Guests will find themselves truly in the heart of the Lake District with access to great walks and of course fantastic scenery.

The hotels gardens sit alongside Grasmere Lake and are surrounded by fells and mountains that charm guests and visitors alike time and time again.

The hotel is just a short stroll from the beautiful village of Grasmere with its many attractions including Dove Cottage, which was the home of William Wordsworth and Sarah Nelsons Gingerbread shop.

The Waterside Hotel is a charming retreat boasting character and traditional Lake District style. Be assured that a warm welcome is waiting for you on your next visit to The Waterside Hotel Grasmere

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Number of Rooms: 72
Number Ensuite: 72
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