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Waterside Hotel Breaks

Coast & Country hotels in waterside locations offer rooms with picture-perfect views. You’ll be able to walk down to the water’s edge or enjoy the view from your bedroom, whether the bright summer sun is reflecting off the surface of the water or there’s a winter frost coating the landscape. Year round, our waterside hotels make spectacular bases for midweek and weekend breaks.

A great waterside location isn’t just for show – we’ve got riverside hotels where you can enjoy on-site fishing, and lakeside hotels where you can go on a boat trip or try a water sport. We’ve got Lake District hotels by the shore of Lake Windermere and hotels like the George Hotel in Chollerford, Northumberland, where scenic grounds include a gently-flowing river.

You might also want to visit our waterside hotels in coastal locations, like Bournemouth and Tenby, where you can spend a day on the beach or sit by the water’s edge and watch the passing fishing boats. Our waterside hotels typically include rooms with views of the water, and restaurants with panoramic windows for three-course dinners watching the sun set in the evening.

Whilst some guests use their chosen Coast & Country hotel as a base for an active holiday filled with canoeing, surfing or sailing experiences, others enjoy the peace and tranquillity that a waterside hotel can offer. Meals served in hotel restaurants are prepared using locally-sourced ingredients, including locally-caught fish in some locations.

Book a waterside Coast & Country hotel stay and you’ll see why so many of our visitors keep returning time and time again.

Hotels Available With This Offer

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 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.