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Lake District Autumn Availability

Looking to escape to the Lake District...

We’re delighted to be busy but we still have room for you

We have availability on the dates listed below.
When searching online, please be aware that weekend dates and some busy periods are subject to a minimum length of stay.

If you cannot find the result you’re looking for please do call or message our reservations team for their help.

September

Limited availability
22nd - 26th September (minimum 3 nights)
from 29th September (minimum 2 nights )
Restaurant closed Sunday evenings in September

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October

Good availability
1st - 5th October (minimum 2 nights )
6th - 9th October (minimum 4 nights )
10th - 22nd October (minimum 2 nights )
23rd - 31st October (minimum 3 nights )
Restaurant closed Sunday evenings in October

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November

Good availability
Short stay breaks available from 1st November
Restaurant closed Tuesday & Wednesday evenings from 9th November - 15th December

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Ideas for some great days out from Lakeside

  • A Boat to Bowness

    Hop on a steamer and take in the World of Beatrix Potter, Windermere Jetty Museum and Brockhole Visitor Centre

  • A Breathtaking Drive

    From Newby Bridge to Keswick, via Coniston and Grasmere – returning via Ullswater and the Kirkstone Pass – it will take your breath away

  • Chill out by the Lake

    A woodland wander through Great Knott Wood, a soothing Aveda spa treatment and cream tea on the lakeshore

  • All the way to the Top

    Cruise up to Ambleside, take in Bridge House, Stock Ghyll Force, a little shopping and a fabulous garden centre

  • Step back in Time

    Board the steam train to Haverthwaite Station, walk to Lakeland Museum, a spot of lunch, escape the Cliffhanger Rooms before you retrace your steps

  • Back to Nature

    Discover artwork and trails at Grizedale Forest; cobbled streets of Hawkshead village; historic Wray Castle and Beatrix Potter’s Hill Top home

  • Picnic & Plan

    Enjoy a favourite spot – Gummer’s How or Loughrigg Fell with Chef’s take-out afternoon tea; enjoy the spectacular view and plan your next trip to the Lakes… “once you’ve been it will never leave you” – Julia Bradbury.