The Wild Boar is an astonishing 4-star property located on Lake Windermere and Bowness Bay, overlooking some of the most spectacular views in the Lake District. The hotel decor is kept as an ideal to the traditional Windermere architecture, and includes a grill restaurant, spa lounge, golf course and steam baths for your enjoyment. Being within a close proximity to the ferry port, you are free to explore Lake Windermere and it’s surrounding areas with ease and enjoyment.
The individual rooms within The Wild Boar are comfortable and welcoming for you to enjoy during your holiday.
All Guestrooms Feature:
- Egyptian Cotton Bed Linen
- LCD Smart TV & DVD Players
- Refreshments selection with Ringtons tea & coffee
- Scottish Fine Soaps toiletries
- Iron, hair dryer & telephone
- Complimentary WiFi
Gill & Smokehouse Restaurant:
The Wild Boar is committed to having the best locally produced seasonal ingredients for it’s Grill & Smokehouse Restaurant, and has a wonderful reputation locally & nationally for it’s quality of food and drink experience.
The Wild Boar Bar & Lounge:
Indulge in a cozy evening with your favorite ale or glass of wine next to the warming fire pit within the Wild Boar Bar & Lounge. The Lounge Menu is open for lunch & dinner menus and is a great option after a long day of exploring the Lake District.
The Village of 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.