We booked the Room through Booking.com, we loved the location, this is our 1st time to the Lake District. What a SHAMBLES!!! 1st of all we paid for a Lake View and was told they were all booked, then their was a Charity Concert Playing thumping loud Music until 1 am. We got no warning, no e-mail to let us know what was going on. We paid £90 for a few quiet Days in the lake District, all I got was loud Music, I suffer from Irregular Heart Rhythm, and the Bass of the Music gave me palpitations, I also am a light sleeper. Our Room was nice as was the self service breakfast. I wanted a refund and there was no one around in the Morning, all you had was a boarded up reception, with a Door to dump your Keys through, there was another couple as we were leaving, who said the same, we will never stay there and again! Same goes with us, disgusting service, we pay £90 for a service and all we get is a Youth Hostel Style service, appalling.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Brathay Hall is the residential training centre of Brathay Trust, the national charity that inspires young people to become successful, confident and responsible citizens. Set in 360 acres of mature woodland and rolling pastures, at the head of Windermere, the imposing Georgian country house offers B&B accommodation suitable for all the family. The Hall is set in its own grounds on the north shore of Windermere, with beautiful views of the lake. The site offers a variety of accommodation, with something to suit all pockets from single en-suite through to luxury lodges with King size beds, seating area and good sized bathrooms. All rooms are en-suite, with colour television, tea and coffee making facilities. The Loughrigg rooms are all single en-suite and are detached from the main building, with their own parking area; Helvellyn rooms are en-suite, and can be either singles or twinned, and are situated in the main Hall; the Scafell rooms are our latest addition and take the form of luxury lodges, again detached from the main building; all are en-suite; and feature picture windows with stunning views of the Cumbrian hills. Breakfast is served from 8am – 9am in our dining room, where you can gaze out across the grounds at the beautiful lake and hills, truly an inspiring start to the day. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Brathay Hall Ambleside, Lake District