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Situated on an an idyllic elevated position, this family-owned Award wining three AA Red star Country House Hotel is set within 5 acres of serene landscaped gardens and boasts panoramic views of Lake Windermere.  Be enthralled by stunning views on the Garden Terrace, unwind and relax in one of the 3 exquisite lounges or the conservatory, or dine in the luxurious Two Red Rosetted Restaurant. with an extensive wine list and local produce. The 15 individually designed and impeccably furnished rooms feature their own unique character and ambiance and which are sure to delight and inspire.

All Guestrooms Feature:

  • Car rental
  • Internet
  • Laundry service
  • Room service
  • No smoking
  • Restaurant
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Free parking
  • Storage available
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Pets allowed on request. Charges may apply.
  • Terrace/Patio
  • Facilities for Disabled Guests

The Restaurant

The restaurant at Miller Howe Hotel has been designed to ensure you can enjoy top-quality cuisine while gazing over beautiful Lake Windermere and the majestic Langdale Pikes for the ultimate luxury experience.  Head Chef Craig Davies is extremely passionate about food and has created a wide selection of exciting menus which feature ingredients from the kitchen garden and farm fields. Menus offer local delights, perhaps Cartmel venison, Cumbrian pork with a cider jus, ginger panna cotta with roast pineapple. The wine list is comprehensive and each wine has been individually handpicked to pair with the delectable dishes offered.

Afternoon Tea:
Enjoy the quintessential English Afternoon Tea experience, which even the connoisseurs of Afternoon Tea wouldn’t be able to fault. In addition our Afternoon tea will change seasonally making the best use of the fresh, local produce, kitchen garden produce available to us.
Dainty little finger sandwiches embodying the traditional fillings, fresh baked scones with homemade preserves and gooey clotted cream. Cakes in all their glory- delicious and oozing with pleasurable flavours, all served on the finest bone china and accompanied by a fragrant cup of tea or a little glass of bubbles.
The Hotel Bar is open daily from 11am until late. Welcoming hotel residents and non- residents, the bar has cosy feel and wood burning stove and is the perfect place to relax and enjoy drinks with friends. We offer a wide selection of wines available by the glass, plus a good selection of spirits and beers. We are very proud of our extensive selection of hand crafted gins from throughout the UK. For those wishing to try something a bit different we also provide a wide selection of cocktails.

SPECTACULAR SUNSET DINNERS
Cozy lounges and private dining rooms can be reserved, including the conservatory and dining room, offering the hotel’s best view of Lake Windermere.

Windermere, Lake District

On The Map: Windermere is located just east of Windermere Lake in England’s Lake District National Park, in the northwest of the country.

The town of Windermere is located in England’s stunning Lake District – just one mile from Windermere Lake. The town grew-up around the Railway Station constructed to bring tourists to the area in the 19th century. Originally named Birthwaite, the Railway Company named its station after the lake, and the town name followed! It is a bustling little town with a good variety of local shops, but the main attraction is most definitely the lake. Windermere is the largest natural lake in England, and lies within the Lake District National Park. Boat rides are available from Bowness Pier, and sail around the lake, many mooring at the picturesque villages of Ambleside or Lakeside, the latter boasting a restored railway. A short walk from Windermere takes you to Orrest Head, an outstanding viewpoint. In 1930, it was the first ‘summit’ in Lakeland to be visited by acclaimed guidebook author, Alfred Wainwright. Over the years, Windermere has merged with the older, adjacent town of Bowness-on-Windermere, though the two have retained separate centres.

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