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Waterside Hotel Breaks

There is something special about a break by the waterside. Most of us are not lucky enough to wake up each morning to a view out over a salmon river or the sights and smells of a quaint fishing harbour as it slowly greets the day. However, by choosing a stay at one of our waterside hotels these are just some of the highlights that await. Our waterside hotels all have their own unique positions and individual charm, but all are located in superb positions for a memorable stay.

Choose a waterside stay and you could be in the heart of the lakes, just a stone’s throw from majestic Derwentwater, or overlooking a stunning sandy beach from your clifftop perch in Tenby in Wales. At Portpatrick and St Mawes your stay will be overlooking picture postcard fishing ports - the latter from the water’s edge. If you like the idea of being able to walk out of your hotel and straight onto the beach or promenade, our hotels in Hunstanton and Exmouth put you right on the seafront at each location. And if you like the thought of staying right beside a beautiful river that offers crystal clear calm one day and leaping salmon the next, then The George in Northumberland won’t disappoint.

To make your waterside stay complete, our warm Coast & Country staff will be on hand throughout your stay and you can relax in the comfort of superb bars and lounges, often with spectacular views. In the morning we will set you up for the day with a hearty breakfast and in the evening you will find a choice of options from our three course table d’hôte dinner, or you can pay a small supplement to dine a la carte. You can choose from a range of bedrooms options as well as upgrades and treats for that special occasion. Every location has is own charm and each hotel offers you a relaxing retreat, but The George at Chollerford also comes with the added bonus of full leisure club facilities on site. At The Derwentwater, adult guests can use the same facilities at Oxley’s in nearby Keswick free of charge. If you like the idea of staying in a wonderful location and coming back to relax in the pool, Jacuzzi or sauna, then either of these two hotels are sure to delight. Take your pick and book today for an idyllic waterside break.

Hotels Available With This Offer

The Derwentwater Hotel
Ideal for:
  • Leisure
Keswick
Relax, unwind and get away from it all in The Derwentwater Hotel. From the conservatory you can enjoy a very pleasant stroll down to the waterside.
The George Hotel
Ideal for:
  • Leisure
Chollerford
With its scenic riverfront location on the North Tyne, renowned for its warm hospitality. The George Hotel is ideal for a relaxing retreat.
The Golden Lion Hotel
Ideal for:
  • Restaurants
Hunstanton
The oldest building in Hunstanton, built in 1846, The Golden Lion Hotel is a true icon of the town. Occupying an unrivalled position, from the hotel you can enjoy panoramic views over the sandy beach and pleasant green.
The Imperial Exmouth Hotel
Ideal for:
  • Restaurants
Exmouth
With just the beautiful formal gardens standing between the hotel and the seafront, The Imperial Hotel is a striking Victorian hotel set in four acres of splendid grounds.
The Imperial Tenby Hotel
Ideal for:
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants
Tenby
Experience the delights of Tenby from the inviting hotel, occupying a truly unique position, built into the stone walls of the Medieval old town.
The Portpatrick Hotel
Ideal for:
  • Leisure
Portpatrick
Proudly standing on Galloway's cliff tops, set in nine acres of attractive grounds, The Portpatrick Hotel overlooks the harbour in a truly majestic position.
The Ship And Castle Hotel
Ideal for:
  • Restaurants
  • Leisure
St Mawes
Set in an enviable position beside the picture postcard harbour, at The Ship and Castle Hotel you can't fail to be impressed by its nautical charm and breathtaking views.
The Windermere Hotel
Ideal for:
  • Restaurants
Windermere
This historic hotel opened in 1847 at the same time as the railway line to Oxenholme. Today The Windermere Hotel is a charming reminder of the era.