Hotel Category: First
Medium sized it is bright and welcomming with wooden elegant and refined furniture and sofa.
The old hotel building was built in 1855 and occupied a prominent position on the outskirts of the Village with frontage onto Grasmere Lake.
Beautifully appointed by Interior Designer Paul Sawford, each room inspired by Fibonacci design features bespoke carpets and indulgent colours. Stunning bathrooms complete with Molton Brown toiletries for all, huge beds made up with crisp white cotton and a multi media panel for the technology savvy brings the very best in contemporary comfort to the heart of the countryside.
The Dining Room - The Daffodil Dining Room serves breakfast, lunch and a grill menu in the evening. Overlooking the lake the dining room is a relaxed and informal space for food, drink and socialising with friends and family The Walkers Bar - Walkers and passers by are welcome at this informal and relaxed bar where they can enjoy soup, a meal, a coffee and maybe something stronger! Private Dining - Whatever the occasion, there are some fabulous spaces for your extra special event.
Services and information about the hotel
The Waterside Hotel is perfect for who wants to travel by car.
The hotel provides either its own car park or a nearby one with a special agreement; being not included in the room price, for a paid parking the payment have to be carried out directly on the spot.
The Waterside Hotel offers the use of a TV in the rooms. The hotel offers its guests the use of an pants iron (trouser press) .
Railway Station: OXENHOLME
Distance from the airport: 200 KM
Fair site: NA
Distance from Railway Station: 50 KM