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Being one of the finest 4-star Lake District Hotels, the MacDonald Old England Hotel is a situated on a lake-view setting of England’s largest lake, Lake Windermere. In addition to the beautiful views and scenery that you will witness upon arrival, the MacDonald Hotel is prideful in their excellent service and facilities. Start your day with a walk out to one of the private jetties, or enjoy a cup of tea lounging on the beautiful property.

The MacDonald Old England Hotel rooms are traditionally furnished with modern conveniences that boast stunning views of the beautiful Lake Windermere.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Complimentary WiFi
  • Flat screen TV
  • Trouser press
  • Tea & coffee making facilities
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Hairdryer

The Restaurant at MacDonald Old England Hotel:

The award-winning menu is only one part of your unique experience at the restaurant at the MacDonald. Delight your tastebuds in some of Britain’s finest cuisine while marveling in the lakeside views. The Restaurant is open for breakfast & dinner courses.

Terrace Lounge:

Have a glass of afternoon tea or your favorite cocktail made to perfection at the Terrace Lounge. With hot & cold meals and Costa coffee being served throughout the day, come and go freely as you please!

The Village of Bowness-on-Windermere in the Lake District: 

On The Map: The Lake District is located in the Northwest of England, a mere 25 miles south of the border with Scotland

The Lake District, also commonly known as The Lakes or Lakeland, is a National Park in the Northwest of England. It is the largest and most visited National Park in the country. The Park is famous for it magnificent mountain, lake and forest scenery. It boasts the highest peak in England – Scafell Pike – and indeed all English peaks rising above 3,000 feet are located here. The deepest and longest lakes in England – Wastwater and Windermere – are to be found in the Park. The Park is also famous for its close association with renowned poets, such as William Wordsworth, who were enchanted and inspired by its great natural beauty. There are several pictureques towns and villages throughout the Park, including Windermere, Bowness-on-Windermere, Keswick, Ambleside & Grasmere. The Park is outdoor heaven, with a wide range of hiking, biking and water-related activities available.

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