Lakeside Hotel

A Hotel in Newby Bridge, Cumbria

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Newby Bridge
Cumbria
England
LA12 8AT

Lakeside Hotel, Newby Bridge

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Overlooking the Lake, Lakeside Hotel offers you a unique position on the water's edge of Lake Windermere, with its luxury 17 metre pool and spa exclusively for hotel residents. Individually furnished bedrooms, a choice of two restaurants, Lakeview with fine dining and John Ruskin's Brasserie and a superb conservatory with breathtaking lake views. Its location allows you to discover the lake from the water.

The hotel operates a non-smoking policy.

4 star rating

From: £90.00

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