This is not a hotel.It is a wonderful enchanted country house where the owners have invited you to share their home.You are greeted with a sincere,genuine warm welcome,shown personally to your room and given a brief but comprehensive insight as to where things are.
The room was spotlessly clean,comfortable bed and quality furnishings.Tea and coffee facilities were plentiful.To sample the variety of teas would have entailed a much longer stay!The bathroom was so white and bright that sunglasses should be an accessory.
Now the view!If I live to be 100 years old I cannot imagine anything to surpass the views over the extensive gardens and Lake Windermere.No wonder the Lake District inspires artists.
Public lounges are filled with antiques and decorated with ornate paintings.Ample reading matter is available.
Food is excellent.Choices are numerous.The breakfast menu runs to a couple of pages.Three slices of Cumberland ham,topped with two poached eggs set me up for the day!
In the evening sit outside on the terracing,breathe in the air and use your right arm for sampling the alcholic beverages on offer.
Last but not least-the staff.There are insufficient adjectives to describe them,but here are a few;warm,personable,helpful,smiley.Nothing is too much trouble.A credit to the Lindeth Fell,just make sure no-one pinches them,they would be hard to replace.More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included