This was our second visit to the Hideaway and I can say I have never stayed in such a clean, friendly and prompt hotel. Dawn
Thank you for a lovely time, the room was perfect, the breakfast was a great start to our day. I only wish we could have stayed longer! Katie
We came back to your lovely hotel and the service and food was excellent. Thankyou for making our stay so special. Susan & Paul
A BIG thank you for making our honeymoon stay at your lovely Hideaway so special...the perfect way to start married life... Ali & Mark xxx

Blog Posts From September 2014

Things To Do On The Infamous Water Of Lake Windermere

Windermere is England’s largest lake and to come here and not feel the lake lapping against your feet or feel the breeze in your hair could easily be perceived as a travesty! It is an incredibly beautiful sight from the shoreline, but from a position on (or in) the lake itself it is even more breathtaking. Views of the mountains, the islands and the bays are spectacular whether you are cruising, swimming or waterskiing.

Windermere’s Literary History

The Lake District is an especially inspiring place, a bracing walk around Lake Windermere or across the fells at any time of year can evoke a sense of wonder in even the hardest heart. The list of famous writers who have made the Lakes their home is compelling and evidence of the stimulating environment for those interested in the arts.  The area has become a place of pilgrimage for lovers of literature to experience the same setting as some of Great Britain’s finest and most highly regarded authors.