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Accommodation in Grasmere

Including Hotels & Guest
Houses in the English Lake District National Park

Grasmere is often regarded as one of the prettiest
of the Lakes, and was made famous by its one-time resident, poet William
Wordsworth, who lived in Dove Cottage. It is a small village and accommodation
is limited, though there are a few medium-large hotels as well as many
smaller guest houses and bed and breakfast establishments in the village.

Travellers Rest Inn, Grasmere, Lake DistrictThe Gold Rill Hotel, GrasmereRothay Garden Hotel, GrasmereSwan Hotel, Grasmere
Monk Coniston Hotel, English Lake DistrictGrasmere Hotel, Grasmere, English Lake DistrictDale Lodge Hotel, Grasmere, CumbriaWaterhead Hotel, Coniston, the Lake District

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your choice or preference there are plenty of accommodation types
of all sizes and prices in Grasmere, too many to cover here, but many
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There is the 3 star rated, 24 bedroom historic Rothay
Garden Hotel located in the village, which dates from 1864 and
is a convenient central location for exploring all of the Lakes. Attractively
set by the side of the River Rothay with the restaurant overlooking
the gardens and countryside.

Just on the outskirts of the village lies The Travellers
Rest Inn, an original small 16th century coaching inn which has just
8 bedrooms, epitomising the traditional Lakeland inn with its old world
charm and character – oak beams and inglenooks, roaring log fires in
winter and beer gardens with panoramic views in summer, comfortable
bedrooms, real ale and award winning food. Also on the edge of the village
is the 2 star, 13 bedroom Grasmere Hotel, a small Victorian Guest House
with its award-winning restaurant, set in an acre of informal gardens
through which the River Rothay flows. The hotel retains the character
of an English country house while providing modern standards of comfort
and a warm friendly atmosphere. Meanwhile The Swan Hotel, another original
coaching Inn built in 1650, and now part of the Macdonald Hotel chain
boasts 38 bedrooms and a 3-star rating; a popular wedding venue with
panoramic views off the fells.

The Waterside Hotel is also in Grasmere and has distinctive
gardens that face directly onto Grasmere Lake boasting character and
traditional Lake District style. As does the Golden Rill Hotel, situated
in a quiet corner of Grasmere overlooking the lake and surrounded by
fells and just 2 minutes walk from the village centre; this 3 star,
32 bedroom hotel stands in one acre of beautifully tended gardens which
boast an outdoor swimming pool and putting green. There is also a private
pier on the lake shore. The hotel has two spacious guest lounges and
on chilly days there is a roaring log fire and a selection of board
games or magazines to relax with. The Gold Rill’s position in the Lake
District makes it the ideal place from which to explore the most breathtaking
scenery and fascinating attractions on the door step.

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