Enjoy our leisure facilities, hot tub and swimming pool.
The Lodore Falls Hotel offers a superb range of leisure facilities for you to enjoy when you stay with us. Our Falls Beauty Salon is a tranquil space to relax, unwind and be pampered. Our friendly therapists will look after your well-being in this elegant beauty Salon in the Lake District.
Have a stroll through award-winning landscaped gardens, with cascading stream from the Lodore Falls running through, make use of the free mountain bike hire to explore the valleys and fells of Borrowdale, hire a canoe or kayak from the Lodore jetty on Derwentwater or take a short stroll to see the spectacular Lodore Falls behind the hotel. There is plenty to do before you even leave the hotel grounds!
• All weather tennis court
• Indoor swimming pool
• Outdoor heated swimming pool with kids pool
• Outdoor hot tub (must be pre-booked)
• Cafe Culture – relaxed and informal eatery
• Well-equipped gym with spectacular views
• Free bike hire
• Elemis Beauty salon
From anti-ageing facials to full body facials, manicures to leg waxing or half and full day pampering and bridal packages, The Falls Beauty Salon has a varied selection of treatments for both ladies and gentlemen using Elemis Skincare products. Please book well in advance to avoid disappointment. Visit The Falls Beauty Salon – a Lake District Hotel Beauty Salon website for a full list of treatments and prices. Find out more
The Lodore Falls Hotel offers guests a wide range of indoor and outdoor leisure facilities to take pleasure in during their stay at this Lake District hotel. Whether you would like to practice your forehand in the outdoor tennis court or backstroke in the heated outdoor and indoor swimming pools, followed by a relaxing dip in the hot tub with a glass of champagne, you choose how you wish to spend your time at the Lodore Falls Hotel.
Enjoy a leisurely walk up to our very own waterfall, the Lodore Falls located behind the hotel. The 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 onomatopeic poem ‘How does the water come down at Lodore’ is written about the the Lodore Falls.