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Ok we will start with the positives.
When you arrive the hotel is very impressive from the outside, very clean looking and a stunning building. The staff that we saw on our visit all seemed very friendly. The monopoly and cluedo was a nice little...More
Stayed for 4 days on self-drive with Shearings Coast and Country, booking a superior room. Surprised to have to pay £6 per day to park at hotel though space is limited. Booking in was easy and efficient staff were very good. Our room faced out...More
We stayed at this hotel with coast and country .The pictures in the brochure were very inviting ,so we booked for 5 days .When we arrived we were greeted by very friendly staff etc ,no problems there .When we went to the allocated room we...More
A first rate hotel which is very comfortable and well appointed. The service and the staff who provide it are excellent and deserve great credit for making our stay so special.
The food is very good indeed with a lovely restaurant
We stayed here for three nights and I can say I have had better and worse.
Big minus points points....your are charged for a car park space at £6 per day which is something I have never heard of when you stay at a hotel...More
Windermere has been called the ‘Gateway to the Lakes.’ With mountains, moors, lakes and tarns it is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy the splendour of the English countryside, right in the heart of the ...MoreLake District. The Windermere Hotel occupies an excellent location at the head of the village of Windermere itself. Built from traditional Lakeland slate, our hotel is listed by English Heritage, and is one of the oldest hotels in Windermere having opened back in 1847 to coincide with the construction of the local railway. The hotel’s location is ideal for exploring the local villages of Bowness and Windermere, as well as the beautiful Lake District scenery. Less
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There is parking area in area front of hotel - we reserved space at around £3 daily - supermarket/train station opposite hotel with large Lakeland outlet next to station. - and short walk into town centre full of shops.