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Private Car Park
Leisure with pool
Electric Car Charging Point
Enjoy a relaxing break at the Whitewater Hotel just a few minutes from the Lake Windermere. With great food, pool and spa as well as a warm welcome, this Lake District hotel is a great base for exploring or relaxing on the spa.
Private Car Park
Leisure with pool
Electric Car Charging Point
Number of Bedrooms: 38
Parking Spaces: 52
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Whitewater Hotel in Lakeland Village near Newby Bridge is a tastefully converted old mill, nestled in a valley on the banks of the River Leven. The building itself is steeped in history; it was formally a Dolly Blue pigment factory making the world famous “Dolly Blue” and was also a Victorian cotton mill. This fabulous 3-star hotel in the Lake District is the ultimate rural retreat & spa situated only one mile south of Lake Windermere and Ulverston. The building itself is steeped in history; it was formally a Dolly Blue pigment factory making the world famous “Dolly Blue” and was also a Victorian cotton mill.
Guests at the Whitewater Hotel can enjoy the high standards and facilities of the excellent 38 ensuite bedrooms in this stunning converted mill. Many of the bedrooms offer stunning riverside views.
The Riverside Restaurant is located at the heart of the Whitewater hotel and offers a formal yet relaxed dining experience. The head chef and team prepare excellent dishes using only the finest of ingredients locally sourced where possible. Serving breakfast, afternoon tea, lunch and dinner throughout the day. The seasonal menu changes across the year from light dishes I the summer months to hearty game and meat over the winter months. The mezzanine bar is the perfect spot to relax with a morning coffee or a glass of wine from the extensive menu on offer.
Discover the Cascades Health Spa & Fitness Club, situated within the Whitewater Hotel. Set against the picturesque backdrop of the Lake District countryside, this location offers an ideal retreat for relaxation and indulgence. The vibrant Cascades Spa presents a selection of premium beauty treatments, featuring a variety of luxurious Elemis products and facials to ensure you experience ultimate pampering and rejuvenation. Facilities include a heating indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi and gym. Guests staying at the Whitewater Hotel & Spa have complimentary access to Cascades Spa during their stay.
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At the Whitewater Hotel, your comfort is a priority, boasting 38 rooms, including 12 family rooms, with many offering a view over the river. Each of the spacious en suite bedrooms is well-equipped with modern amenities to guarantee a delightful stay. Features include flat-screen televisions, tea and coffee-making facilities, generously sized comfortable beds, and plush towels. The Whitewater Hotel provides a variety of room types, including standard, classic, superior, executive, or four-poster rooms, catering to diverse needs and budgets.
Bar & Restaurant
Nestled at the core of the Whitewater Hotel is the Riverside Restaurant, where the menus evolve regularly to align with the changing seasons. From light summer fare to hearty meat and game selections during the autumn and winter months, the cuisine seamlessly blends the best of modern British and classic cooking. It presents a fresh and contemporary approach, showcasing the exceptional produce of Cumbria and the North West. The new à la carte menu features excellent vegetarian choices as well.
The Mezzanine Bar/Lounge is perfect for serving morning coffee, lunch, afternoon teas, and a variety of beverages, including wines from our carefully curated wine list. The restaurant opens its doors for dinner every day, while the Lounge Bar stands out as a popular meeting spot. This stylish and modern bar also offers a comprehensive snack menu.
Breakfast –8 am to 9:45 am
Dinner – 6 pm until 8.15 pm
Lounge Bar – 12 noon to 10 pm
Afternoon Tea: 12:30 pm to 4:30 pm
Cascades Leisure Club stands out as more than just a hotel leisure facility, offering a diverse array of services and amenities for those seeking relaxation, exercise, and access to a comprehensive range of sports and recreational features.
To enhance your overall experience at the Whitewater Hotel, the Cascades Health and Fitness Centre presents an extensive range of facilities and services designed to help you unwind and rejuvenate as well as maintain your daily fitness routine. The dedicated team are trained to ensure you gain the maximum benefits from our offerings.
Thes on-site leisure facilities include an indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi, Elemis spa, a well-equipped and air-conditioned gymnasium, fitness and dance studio, as well as squash and tennis courts.
The spacious, air-conditioned gym is furnished with state-of-the-art resistance and "cross-training" cardiovascular exercise equipment.
As a guest of the Whitewater Hotel, you receive a complimentary membership to Cascades throughout your stay. It's important to note that while most facilities are accessible with temporary or club membership, there are charges associated with spa treatments and certain amenities.
Spa opening hours
Monday to Friday: 07.00 – 21.30 (Last Entry 20:45)
Saturday: 07.30 – 20.30 (Last Entry 19:45)
Sunday: 07.30 – 19.30 (Last Entry 18:45)
Directions to the Whitewater Hotel & Spa
From the North: If you are coming from the north, take the M6 motorway and exit onto the A590 towards Barrow-in-Furness. Follow the A590 until you reach Newby Bridge.
From the South: If you are coming from the south, also take the M6 and then the A590 towards Barrow-in-Furness. Continue on the A590 until you reach Newby Bridge.
From the East/West: If you are coming from the east or west, use the A590 and follow the signs to Newby Bridge.
The nearest train station to Newby Bridge is Ulverston Railway Station. From the station, you can take a taxi or use local bus services to reach Newby Bridge. Keep in mind that public transportation options may vary, and it's advisable to check the latest schedules.
There are bus services that connect various towns in the Lake District, including Newby Bridge. You can check with local bus operators for routes and schedules.
Newby Bridge, located in the Lake District of England, offers a variety of attractions and activities for visitors. Whether you're interested in outdoor activities, history, or simply enjoying the natural beauty of the Lake District, Newby Bridge has something to offer for every type of traveller.
Things to see and do when staying at the Whitewater Hotel Newby Bridge.
Windermere Lake Cruises: Newby Bridge is situated near Lake Windermere, the largest natural lake in England. Take a scenic boat cruise on Windermere Lake Cruises to enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes.
Fell Foot Park: This National Trust park on the shores of Windermere provides a great place for picnics, walking, and enjoying outdoor activities. There are also boat hire options available.
Lakes Aquarium: Explore the fascinating underwater world at the Lakes Aquarium, located near Newby Bridge. The aquarium showcases local aquatic life, including fish found in the lakes and rivers of the Lake District.
Newby Hall: Visit Newby Hall, a stately home with beautiful gardens and grounds. The house itself has historical significance and is open for guided tours.
Steam Yacht Gondola: Experience a unique cruise on the Steam Yacht Gondola, a restored Victorian steam-powered yacht on Coniston Water. Enjoy the stunning scenery while learning about the yacht's history.
Hiking and Walking Trails: The Lake District offers numerous hiking and walking trails. Explore the picturesque countryside around Newby Bridge, with trails suitable for various skill levels.
Historic Churches: Visit the local churches, such as St. Peter's Church in Newby Bridge, to admire their architecture and soak in the peaceful surroundings.
Cycling: Explore the scenic countryside by renting a bike and cycling along the designated trails. The Lake District offers both challenging routes for avid cyclists and leisurely paths for casual riders.