Glenridding House Hotel

A Historic Hotel in Ullswater, Cumbria (Lake District)

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Glenridding House
Ullswater
Cumbria
England
CA11 0PH

Glenridding House Hotel, Ullswater
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AA five gold star 2014 2015 2016 2017 and 2018. An unsurpassed unique lakeshore setting Listed building fully restored and opened since Spring 2014. Located in the UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE site of the Lake District National Park.

Historic Glenridding House - Charles Darwin's lakeshore retreat providing boutique bed and breakfast with stunning views full Cumbrian breakfasts a place to relax and unwind. Imagine a stunning Italian Villa on Lake Garda. Welcome to Glenridding House exclusive lakeshore boutique B&B a luxurious unique Country House and wedding venue on the shores of England’s most beautiful Lake Ullswater in the Lake District.

Glenridding House is in an unrivalled unique position on the shore of England’'s most beautiful Lake, Ullswater in the heart of the Lake District National Park. Evening meals can be provided if booked in advance.

5 star rating

From: £155.00

Room Facilities
Wireless internet connection
Non-smoking
Tea and coffee making facilities
Freeview
Alarm clock
Hairdryer
Colour television

Amenities
Lock-up facility for bicycles
Wedding services
Ironing facilities
BBQ/Picnic area
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Non-smoking (throughout)

Parking
Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)
Internet connection (high speed)
Printer
Photocopier
Meeting rooms
Desk

Dining Facilities
A varied breakfast menu is served daily in the luxurious dining room. Available dishes range from a Cumbrian Breakfast to smoked salmon with scrambled eggs. Dinner is available three choices/ three courses.

Meals
Free Breakfast
Dinner
Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
No pets

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