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The 4-star Best Western Grasmere Red Lion Hotel in Grasmere, UK is a quaint and tranquil Lake District Village, home to Wordsworth and praised in poetry and art ever since! This hotel has been playing host to travellers for centuries. Enjoy a village centre location and breathtaking views of the hills all around. Here you can enjoy being part of village life one minute, and the next be miles away with just the fresh Lakeland air and glorious open countryside for company. Enjoy recently refurbished bedrooms, dine in splendour in the hotel’s Courtyard Restaurant offering an excellent choice of table d’hôte cuisine or pop next door for local ales and tasty bar meals in the snug Lamb Inn, our traditional village pub – the only one in the village. Browse the morning papers, order an informal light lunch or afternoon tea in the air-conditioned lounge area or simply can gaze at the ever-changing Lake District landscape from the conservatory.

At this luxury Lakeland Hotel, staff will provide you with all you could wish for… richly furnished, beautifully appointed rooms in which to unwind… most with sparkling spa baths to ease tired limbs after a wonderful days walk… and friendly service to bring you a refreshment, while you drink in the Lakeland panorama.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Television with Satellite Channels
  • Complimentary Wi-fi Internet Access
  • CD Player
  • iPod Docking Station
  • Welcome Refreshment Tray
  • Direct Dial Telephone
  • Hairdryer and Trouser Press

Courtyard Restaurant:

For centuries the Hotel has been a haven for travellers, with tasty fayre, great real ales and warm hospitality. Today they pride themselves in offering traditional food in harmony with modern cooking. Dine in splendour in the Courtyard Restaurant from their table d’hôte dinner menu offered every evening. Here the menu is depicted by the seasons and the fresh produce available and complemented by the hotel’s fine wine list. The Chef will cater for any dietary requirements and is always happy to cook your favourite dishes (with a little notice of course).

The Easedale Bar & Lounges:

You’ll find the Grasmere Red Lion Hotel’s bars and lounges offer an excellent place to unwind after a day of walking or sight-seeing. The Easedale Bar and Lounges offer a comfortable spot to watch the world go by, enjoy a scrumptious lunch time snack or a spot of afternoon tea.

The Lamb Inn:

For the finest pub food pop next door to the Lamb Inn, their traditional village pub. Enjoy a cosy and relaxing atmosphere in the snug Lamb Inn with a pint of hand-pulled traditional beer and a tasty bar meal to satisfy even the heartiest of appetites. You’ll certainly enjoy the relaxing and convivial atmosphere of this traditional Lakeland pub.

The Glass House Café:

Open all day serving Tea, Coffee, Cakes, Bar Meals etc.

Grasmere:

On The Map: Grasmere is located in England’s Lake District, in the northwest of the country, 45 miles south of the City of Carlisle.

Grasmere takes its name from the adjacent lake, at the heart of the England’s spectacular Lake District. The village is overlooked by Helm Crag Hill, known locally as The Lion & The Lamb or The Young Lady at the Piano (depending on which side it is viewed from!). Aside from stunning scenic beauty, Grasmere is best known for its close association with the celebrated poet, William Wordsworth. Wordsworth lived in Grasmere for fourteen years, and sometimes dined with Sir Walter Scott at The Swan, a 17th-century Coaching Inn that is still in operation today. Wordsworth described Grasmere as ‘The loveliest spot that man hath ever found. A number of popular walks begin near the centre of the village, including the ascent of Helm Crag and a longer route up to Fairfield. Grasmere draws many tourists every year, and as a result, you’ll find a variety of wonderful gift shops and places to eat in the village. Most of the buildings in the village date from the 19th or early 20th Century, with the exception of ‘Church Stile’ – a row of 17th Century cottages, which is owned by the National Trust of England.

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