Few hotels can boast a waterfall in their grounds and a lake at the end of the garden… the Lodore Falls can! The 4* Lodore Falls hotel is nestled in the pretty Borrowdale Valley, overlooking Derwentwater and the Catbell mountains. Situated in 40 acres of grounds, with a stunning waterfall, river that runs under a pack horse bridge and grounds leading down to Derwentwater… It’s the perfect romantic setting for a Valentine’s break!
Treat your loved one this Valentines to a romantic 2 night dinner, bed & breakfast break from £244 per person at the Lodore Falls…
Break includes a delicious 5 course meal on both evenings in the AA Rosette Lake View restaurant and a celebration package in your room on arrival, which includes 375ml of sparkling wine, a box of Belgian chocolates and a single red rose.
To book call 0800 840 1246 or visit www.lakedistricthotels.net/lodorefalls/offers
Love the views from the lounge and restaurant: during your stay relax and make the most of the panoramic fell and lake views, where you can sit and enjoy a light lunch and table d’hôte dinner menu’s rich in variety and creativity with a great vista, or make the most of the cosy corners and curl up by the fireside.
Leisure and beauty facilities include an outdoor hot tub, indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools, tennis court, leisure facilities, a sauna and a Beauty Salon using ELEMIS products – perfect for pampering it is the perfect getaway for couples or girly groups looking for a stunning pampering location.
‘Café Culture’: the relaxing, informal cafe within the Lodore Falls leisure club is quietly relaxing – ideal for reading the complimentary papers, meeting friends for a light lunch, or simply as your own reward, with a cool drink after a swim or a workout in the gym. The cafe is open until 9pm for coffees, drinks and light meals.
Great night sleep – most of the 69 en-suite bedrooms have fell or lake views. The bedrooms are constantly being updated, with super comfortable mattresses that ensure a great night’s sleep and modern décor. There are family rooms, two room suites with adjoining living area, rooms with balconies and the spectacular Tower Room with stunning panoramic views.
Things to do that don’t cost the earth!
Free mountain bike hire to explore the valleys and fells
Free Walking Boot hire – ask at reception for details
Free Walking Book – a guide that incorporates three alternative walks from six of our hotels
The waterfall: The Lodore Falls waterfall is formed by the beck from Watendlath Tarn cascading over huge boulders for a distance of some 100 feet. The Falls are spectacular after periods of heavy rain! Robert Southey’s famous onomatopoeic poem ‘How does the water come down at Lodore’ is written about the Lodore Falls.