Netherwood Hotel & Spa is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Grange-over-Sands, offering a luxury environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Netherwood Hotel Grange-over-sands features room service, newspaper, and a sun terrace. In addition, as a valued Netherwood Hotel & Spa guest, you can enjoy a pool and a restaurant that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Grange-over-Sands crab restaurant such as The Pheasant Inn, which is a short distance from Netherwood Hotel.
If you’re looking for something to do, The Promenade (1.2 km), Prom Art (0.9 km), and Hampsfell Hospice (1.7 km) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Netherwood Hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Grange-over-Sands!
Use of spa and treatments unavailable as they were fully booked over two weeks prior to trip. Dinner menu choice very limited, 1 chicken, 2 fish, vegetarian and only 1 red meat dish which was extra as it was steak. Also starters and puddings very limited, the menu remained the same during our stay. We paid extra for a premium sea view room, however the room was not what I consider premium, the cooler fan was almost useless and tv very dated and difficult to switch on, some stains on the carpet and decor quite tired. My wife and I certainly could not consider this premium, not even value for money. We will not be returning to this hotel in the foreseeable future, which is a shame as the hotel building, grounds and location were really nice.
The ‘continental’ breakfast consists of some mini-croissants and fruit salad - that is it. You can ask for a cooked breakfast. The sausage is c.1% meat and tastes like hospital food and they do what 99% of UK hotels do - gently warm up bacon so when it’s served it’s soggy, wet and still has the white film on. This hotel took it to another level where the bacon was inedible, unless you want to spend a week on the toilet. The bar closes at 11:00 and they don’t have a night Porter, so they subtly ask when you are planning to come back so they can go home and make you feel very guilty if it’s past 11:00. You have to leave your key behind reception when you leave so they don’t lock you out and you have to spend a night sleeping in your car. Our room cost £180 a night, we expected air con for that, but we didn’t get that or a normal shower, they have the very loud Mira showers that heat up water as you go, the kind you find in bed sits, so you get a light sprinkling of tepid water in the morning. Forgot to mention that at breakfast the waiters are very fussy - they get offended if you ask the wrong one for coffee or for breakfast, it seems they all have separate jobs and won’t take a coffee request if they’re the good waiter and vice-versa. In fairness though, the location is amazing and the view of morecambe bay is absolutely stunning.…
We stayed at the Netherwood Hotel for three nights and had a great stay. The room was large with all the amenities you could need. The spa was great and was very well kept. All of the staff were very friendly and useful. This is the best hotel we have ever had the pleasure of staying at even though it was only three stars. Great value and I would recommend it to anyone who is looking to stay near the lake district and happy to drive a bit to get to some of the local attractions.
Stayed at The Netherwood for 2 nights, the only room we could book was in the Rock House and it was a standard room. No.39 It was clean and had everything, although compared to the other rooms in the Rock House it looked like the poor relation, they had nice views and balconies but you just got a little scruffy outside corner for Room 39. The Hotel is about 100 yards away and involves walking down a row of steps and up another set of steps to get in the Hotel from the Rock House which didn't impress my Wife with bad knees. There are options to open up doors to avoid this but they were never open. The Breakfast was lovely, all table service due to Covid but really good and nicely presented. This is a quiet Hotel with lovely views over Morecambe Bay.
I highly recommend staying here if your looking for a spa break and fancy going high end. Spa is amazing, hotel is very clean, traditional and stunning! I cannot fault the staff at all, they are very friendly, polite and well organised. The food is delicious too! The hotel is a short walk from the little village where there is fish & chips, Indian and Chinese with a few little shops. Its a good place to stay if you are travelling around the Lake District and Kendal and fancy some luxury. I stayed here while travelling the UK to celebrate my 30th and I must say I felt so at home here. The food was so wholesome and delicious, the room was perfect and good one site parking! I love the fact the hotel kept a lot of the mansions original design. Excellent mix if modern and historical architecture. You have excellent gardens and views of the beach front and sea. Cannot recommend this place enough! ❤…