Built in 1866, this four star Lake District hotel is nestled at the foot of Shepherds Crag in the pretty Borrowdale valley at the tip of Derwentwater. The Borrowdale Hotel is steeped in history and has been lovingly updated to ensure tradition and modern comfort pervade. Original features include the 41 room bells in reception and oak panelling. The lounge bar has an elegantly contemporary look, marrying oak panels with modern furnishings to create a welcoming space. It really connects with the new look in the conservatory and the historic Victorian veranda. Open all day for lunch and afternoon teas, the gardens and fells beyond provide the perfect vista for relaxed informal eating.
Famous for exceptional silver service, formal dining is always a pleasure with menus brimming with locally sourced produce – some of which is smoked here at the hotel. The elegant dining room also features glass fronted doors which entice guests into the wine tasting cellar that boasts a comprehensive wine list.
The relaxing atmosphere of the Borrowdale Hotel makes it the perfect place to enjoy afternoon tea. The cosy atmosphere of the lounges with their roaring fires offer a wonderful spot to indulge in a luxury afternoon tea during the winter months. Or in the warmer months the conservatory and gardens are a bright alternative with beautiful surroundings and views to the fells
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