One of the oldest hotels in the Lake District, the MacDonald Swan Hotel was built in 1650 as a coaching inn. This hotel is perfect for walkers and cyclists, and it’s cozy atmosphere will make you feel right at home. There’s no ‘best time’ to visit, as the sunny vistas in summer and blazing log fires in winter make for both seasons to be memorable. Spend your day exploring the wonders of the Lake District National Park close by, then wind down with a delicious meal in the hotel restaurant.
The rooms within the MacDonald Swan Hotel are comfortable and full of plenty of character with their traditional design.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Satellite TV
- Iron and ironing board
- Tea and coffee making facilities
- Complimentary WiFi
The Waggoner’s Restaurant:
Find your hearty English breakfast within The Waggoner’s Restaurant every morning, followed by a candelit meal of tempting British dishes made with seasonal produce for dinner. With the menus featuring an ever-growing selection of organic food and drink, chefs work from whole raw ingredients to make sure that your meal is as local as possible.
Walker’s Bar / The Lounge:
Grab a drink at Walker’s Bar within the hotel and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere filled with walkers and locals alike. Feel free to also take advantage of The Lounge within the hotel, where you can find a delicious quick lunch or late dinner in between your exploring.
The Village of Grasmere 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.