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Storrs Hall is a 30-room country house hotel in the Lake District. This boutique hotel is surrounded by 17 acres of gardens and secluded woods making it one of the most romantic hotels on Lake Windermere which is just a 3-minute walk away.
At Storrs Hall, the focus, when it comes to food, is on using the freshest local ingredients wherever possible. The fish comes from the north Lancashire port of Fleetwood and the lamb from the Cumbrian Fells. The exceptional ingredients and simplicity of the dishes let the natural flavours speak for themselves.
There is a choice of dining options at Storrs Hall including Tower Bar, with its famed historic furnishings. It' s the ideal setting for a glass of something before or after dinner, or you may simply prefer to choose something from the bar menu and relax in front of the fire.
Do book the famous Windermere Afternoon Tea, it's to die for and during the winter months you can enjoy it by a roaring log fire and in the summer months on the terrace while you watch the sailing boats pass by.
All of the 30 rooms at Storrs Hall feature flat-screen televisions and complimentary WiFi. Expect private en-suite bathrooms with baths or showers with complimentary bath and body products.
The highlight of Storrs Hall Hotel is The Boathouse which sleeps 2 and boasts a unique panoramic view of Lake Windermere. On the west facing terrace, you can relax in the hot tub or snuggle up by the firepit and enjoy a glass of Champagne as you watch the reflection of the sunset dance across the lake. If you're staying in The Boathouse you can use all of the hotel facilities though with your own steam room and fire pit you may just decide to stay put.
Storrs Hall is 11 miles (17.8 km) from Cartmel Racecourse and 12.5 miles (20.1 km) from Hill Top. Storrs Hall is surrounded by 17 acres of beautiful grounds including secluded woodland walks, a private jetty and the Temple of Heroes.
The hall is a five-minute drive from Bowness-on-Windermere, which has Beatrix Potter attractions, cafes, outdoor sports shops, boat hire and restaurants. The charming town of Ambleside is 15 minutes further down the road.
During the summer months, lawn games are available and the staff will happily arrange picnics as well as private boat hire from Bowness to meet you at the hotel’s private jetty.