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Storrs Hall is a romantically-situated large Lakeland hotel, which in recent years has also been able to offer luxurious lakeside Suites within its grounds. It occupies an ideal position for anyone who wants to enjoy Lake Windermere, as its lawns and woods offer super views from the lake shores; boat trips can also be arranged from a private jetty. There is a wide range of accommodation and, as such, the hotel suits many people, from those seeking modern luxury and pampering in private suites, to those wanting to enjoy the traditions of the main hotel, where Wordsworth once recited 'Daffodils'. The restaurant can serve good food and the historic wooden bar is a charming spot for a nightcap.



We loved being able to admire the lake in peace from shingle bays that are on the lake shore within the grounds.

Located on the shores of Windermere, it's the ideal base to explore the Lake District National Park.
By car: around 1 hour 45 minutes from Manchester, 3 hours from Birmingham and over 5 hours from London. Free parking available.
By train: direct trains to Oxenholme Station from Glasgow Central (1 hour 45 minutes) and London Euston (3 hours). The hotel is a 25-minute drive.

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Style & Character

The hotel suits those who want views of Lake Windermere in tranquil surroundings. Honeymooning couples love the Lakeside Suites, while families are happy too. The Lakeside Suites are set away from the main hotel, yet the grounds still feel expansive and it is easy to escape other guests.

Service & Facilities

Hotel staff could even help organise wedding proposals, waiting behind trees to pop iced bottles of bubbly.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Games room
  • Family-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


The Boathouse is set right above the lake, with a hot tub and a fire pit for water-lapped evenings. Lakeside Suites are adults-only and have Japanese-style hot tubs, beautifully crafted from cedar wood.

Classic Room, Superior Room, Feature Room, Deluxe Room, Master Suite, Lakeside Suite, The Boathouse
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, breakfast included, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

We loved the peppery local Cumberland sausage that accompanied the cooked breakfast. The duck with Savoy cabbage, poached Granny Smiths and celeriac purée was delicious.

Lake Edge Restaurant: elegant dining room. British cuisine, locally sourced ingredients. Open daily, lunch and dinner. Mains include stonebass, lamb shoulder and fillet steak
Tower Bar: cosy bar and relaxed dining, traditional pub ambience. Serving British classics daily, 1:30-9pm.

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