Reviewed 28 September 2014. Facilities 3 lounges, TV room, 2 bars, dining room, tea room, Wi-Fi in cottages and tea room only, 2-acre grounds, 200 yds from lake private foreshore, fishing , walking, sailing, climbing, riding, golf nearby, restaurant wheelchair accessible, toilet not adapted. Granny Dowbekin's.
See what travellers are saying:. I reiterate, our staff are genuinely caring and welcoming, they care about the service they deliver, and the experience our guests have here. We do hop that we will have the opportunity to welcome you back in the not too distant future.
Extremely pretentious, made to feel like peasants. Foundry 34. Very kitsch. Foundry 34.
The loos always judge a place by it's loos are fascinating, it really was like stepping into a timewarp this could be a trendy ironic east london tea shop, but it isn't. You will sit at a window table with a fabulous view, looking down the lake and the adjacent fells. Gave us a place in the dining room at the back and despite asking several times over the 4 meals we had if we could move to see the lake we were not allowed to No seasoning in the food , low salt and healthy was the reason.
I love the ginger scones!
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