Knoll Country House

Guest Accommodation in Newby Bridge, Cumbria

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Newby Bridge
LA12 8AU

Knoll Country House, Newby Bridge

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Knoll Country House is a late Victorian 5 star property, located in the picturesque location of Newby Bridge, on the shore of Lake Windermere. The Knoll is a beautiful country house set in its own grounds amidst beautiful wooded countryside on the shore of Lake Windermere. The house has many original period features including a lovely ornate staircase with stained glass windows, fireplaces, cornices and picture rails.

It has been decorated and refurbished sympathetically to enhance these beautiful characteristics. The hotel features in the Which? Guide to Good BandBs and were chosen for the Editors Top 20 list in the 2004 guide, and have also been included in the Michelin Guide for 2007. You can make the most of the free use of leisure facilities at Cascades, the White Water Hotels leisure club which includes use of the gymnasium, swimming pool, steam room, sauna and Jacuzzi.

Cascades also offer a variety of beauty treatments. The Knoll has eight large double and twin bedrooms furnished to a high standard offering all the usual modern facilities, plus a few extras like the comfort of bathrobes. In addition there is also a fabulous Four-poster room; a Deluxe Suite with large bathroom incorporating a separate glass shower cubicle and a large double-ended bath.

This room also has a beautiful bateau lit bed and comfortable sofa. There is also a deluxe king-sized bedded room with corner bath, shower which offers additional space. Food is a key feature at the Knoll, with a three-course meal available for only £25.00 GBP per person.

Being passionate about using quality local produce and creating imaginative and flavoursome dishes. This has been recognised with an AA breakfast and dinner award and the recent inclusion in the Michelin Guide. A suberb dinner service is offered at the Knoll, offering a wide range of meals catering for vegetarians and special diets is a speciality.

 5 star rating

From: £65.00

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