For the last 15 years Shane Hamilton, Head Chef at the Lodore Falls Hotel, has produced a fabulous towering gingerbread house which is a replica of the hotel itself. Each year Shane works on his masterpiece to have it ready in time for the launch of our festive menu’s, which are now available right through till the 3rd January 2018.
Sunday (5th November) was a lovely crisp day and formed the perfect backdrop for the Strictly Mulled Wine competition, which took place on Keswick’s Market Square. It was a fun competition between local hotels, cafes and guest houses, with donations made to our charity of the year, Blood Bikes Cumbria.
This festive season is particularly exciting for the staff and guests at the four-star Lodore Falls Hotel; following on from receiving a complete ground floor refurbishment earlier this year, our plush new furnishing are about to be joined by pretty Christmas trees, hundreds of baubles and thousands of twinkling lights.
Our Kitchen Rivals charity banquet is back and plans to raise thousands for three local charities; Blood Bikes Cumbria, Great North Air Ambulance and Cumbria Community Foundation. Back in January 2016, we partnered up with Cumbrian business law firm Baines Wilson LLP and Barclays to take up the knife and fork challenge in ‘Kitchen Rivals,’ a black-tie event at the Lodore Falls Hotel, raising £13,305 for their chosen charities.
Calling all steak lovers… the AA Rosette Brossen Steakhouse is challenging its customers to demolish a 72oz rump steak, which comes with chunky chips, onion rings and a sauce of your choice, for just in case you feel a little … Continue reading
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The George Hotel, Penrith has been celebrating, as news fills the town of their latest achievement, of not one but two AA Rosette awards for their Devonshire Restaurant. The George Hotel was visited by the AA Inspector earlier this month and was praised for having a commendable history, as well as it’s hard working and dedicated team of management and staff, for providing a strong service and friendly guest experience.
Have you heard of Dicky Dippinson? We have and we’ve taken quite a liking to him, hiring him to perform at two of our hotels earlier this year and we have another two events planned in for the Winter months. Keep reading to find out more…
Over the years, we have got to know our guests very well and understand what is involved in making your wedding day the most memorable day of your life. Our dedicated wedding co-ordinators are always on hand to answer any questions that you may have, to provide sample menus, to recommend suppliers, and so on. We are here to make your day as stress free as possible.
The Borrowdale Hotel in the pretty Borrowdale Valley is well known for offering an unforgettable afternoon tea experience with fresh, homemade food and a great selection of teas. Early this year our talented pastry chef created a themed Wimbledon afternoon tea which was a huge hit with all the tennis enthusiasts out there. To continue to wow our guests with something new and exciting, we’re gearing up to serve a ghostly afternoon tea filled full of hocus pocus.
One of the best kept secrets of the Lake District is that it doesn’t rain half as much as people think, however when it does we all know about it! Here are some positive suggestions to help our visitors enjoy an occasion downpour. Rainwater can be used for a rain filled bath, to wash your muddy boots, add to your scotch or a bowl to wash your hair in – on top of that there’s heaps to see and do on a rainy day in the Lake District.