In the rustic surroundings of Cumbria, unwinding is easy. A relaxed county blessed with rolling hills, serene lakes and quaint villages, Cumbria overflows with warmth and welcoming spirit. Famed for the mountainous Lake District, this is the place where bracing hikes, homely pubs and luxury restaurants intermingle in a tranquil and idyllic environment.
Whether you stay with us at The Windermere or The Derwentwater Hotel, Cumbria is brimming with cultural heritage. The place where Wordsworth penned his iconic Daffodils poem, venture across the hills and paths of the Lake District, and see why the region is such a hit with ramblers, walkers and cyclists.
Historic houses are never in short supply here, from Wordsworth’s childhood home to Wray Castle’s neo-gothic elegance. Discover more about Beatrix Potter’s long relationship with the region that inspired her most beloved tales, or take a trip on the National Trust’s steam yacht Gondola and sail Coniston Waters in relaxed tranquillity.
Whether you’re taking a boat trip on the serene waters of Windermere, or scouring the quaint shops of Keswick; Cumbria is packed with a host of things to see and to do – regardless of the pace you’d like to set.
Perfectly positioned, both The Windermere and The Derwentwater offer the finest starting point for a rewarding, enriching Cumbrian stay. With over 150 years of history, The Windermere boasts a lovely period charm, combined with all the luxuries of modern amenities. Similarly, The Derwentwater’s position right alongside its beautiful namesake lake offers the most quintessential Cumbrian experience.
If Cumbria sounds like the place for you, we’ve two perfectly positioned hotels for your Lake District adventure. For more information, take a look at The Windermere in more detail here, or put yourself at the heart of the Lake District with a stay at The Derwentwater, here.