Autumn News from the Borrowdale Hotel
A long time ago the Borrowdale Hotel was a seasonal hotel which closed for the winter. Today, times may have changed but there’s a few things that you can still expect to see during a stay with us; a warm welcome, exceptional service and delicious cuisine.
At this time of year, as Autumn kicks in, there’s nothing better than a glowing fire, a cosy bedroom and somewhere to stash the walking boots. The Borrowdale Hotel makes the perfect hideaway, so wrap up warm and come and relax.
Our favourite Autumn walk
See the leaves turn from green to the colours of autumn as you walk from Grange, along the river Derwent and up to Millican Dalton’s Cave and Castle Crag. Walk down to Rosthwaite and get the bus back to the hotel.
Get your just desserts
Our creative pastry chef, Amelia has been heating things up in the kitchen, delighting everyone with her raw talent, original ideas, and delicious baking each week. Earlier this year we introduced a themed Wimbledon afternoon tea.
This autumn, look out for English apples, hedgerow berries and pecans on the menu, along with ‘Textures of Orange, with a Cointreau orange mousse, orange fluid gel, orange sorbet and honeycomb’ (pictured below)
Barking Mad Offer!
It’s a dog’s life… with plenty of walks and rivers to explore, fells to climb and all with your dog at your side. We’ve been looking after dogs for over 150 years so what better way to celebrate than by offering a FREE stay for your four legged friend.
Enjoy dinner, bed & breakfast with complimentary tea and scones on arrival and a FREE stay and treat for your dog from only £74.50 pp
BOOK now & quote ‘AUTUMN’ – 0800 840 1244
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Offer available on stays until 22nd December 2017. Subject to availability.
Lake District awarded Unesco World Heritage status
Earlier this year the Lake District became a World Heritage Site, joining iconic locations such as the Grand Canyon, the Taj Mahal, the Great Barrier Reef and Machu Picchu. With its famous landscape of mountains, valleys and lakes, which are visited by around 18 million people every year, the Lake District National Park was one of 33 sites around the world to be considered, and was praised for its beauty, farming and the inspiration it has provided to artists and writers. So what are you waiting for, come and pay us a visit and see the beauty of the Lakes for yourself.