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Visitors to Rothay Garden Hotel can relax in splendid accommodation featuring private patios and balconies, dine in the 2 AA rosettes awarded Garden Restaurant and indulge in the beautiful Riverside Spa with its floor-to-ceiling windows so that you can enjoy the views of the surrounding fells while you relax.
Private Car Park
Number of Bedrooms: 30
Parking Spaces: 30
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Rothay Garden Hotel in Grasmere is an all-round retreat nestled in one of the prettiest villages in the Lake District. Following a multimillion pound redevelopment this four star hotel in the Lake District ensures that Rothay Garden has remained one of the highest rated of all the hotels in Grasmere and Ambleside, challenging the very best luxury Lake District Hotels.
There is much to see and do around the Rothay Garden Hotel with so many famous and picturesque walks which encircle the vale of Grasmere. The area is a veritable paradise for experienced as well as novice walkers! Grasmere is ideally located within the Lake District so that every valley may be explored, with just a short journey from Rothay Garden.
The Rothay Garden Hotel offers 30 beautiful bedrooms and suites, all individually decorated with their own beautiful vistas, making each stay unique and personal to you. Beds are wrapped in crisp cotton linen in rooms decorated with relaxing heritage hues. Enjoy refreshment from your complimentary welcome tray whilst enjoying the stunning scenery of the Lake District – many of the bedrooms have a balcony, French doors or private patio offering truly magnificent panoramic views.
The Garden Restaurant at the Rothay Garden Hotel has been awarded 2 AA rosettes consistently over the years making this an attraction in its own right, with wonderful cuisine and views over the hotel's two acres of gardens. The restaurant is complemented by chic lounges and a stylish bar.
Rothay Garden Hotel’s Riverside Spa is a superb place to wind down after a day on the fells, and is one of the few hotel spa’s in the region which is exclusively for the use of overnight hotel guests, and is not open to day spa visitors or a local membership. It’s just one of many special touches at Rothay Garden Hotel. In the summer months, the glass-fronted doors of the spa open to provide a true feeling of being in the garden with the breeze on your face, at one with nature.
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Luxury and romance are alive and well at Rothay Garden Hotel.
Each of the bedrooms and suites have won numerous awards and are some of the finest in the Lake District.
There are six different tiers of superbly spacious bedrooms and suites all individually decorated with their own beautiful vistas, making each stay unique and personal to you.
Situated on the first floor and front facing towards Silver Howe and the Easedale Valley. Comprises of a king size bed, and either a shower over a bath or a walk in shower.
CLASSIC SUPERIOR ROOMS
Situated on the first floor, overlooking the river Rothay and boast views of the impressive Stone Arthur from your balcony. Has a king size bed and either a shower over a bath or a walk in shower.
These rooms provide a deluxe Rothay experience boasting impressive Lake District views over either the fells, the river or the beautiful gardens. In addition, many of these spacious rooms have additional seating areas either on their balcony or outdoor terrace area. Other features include either double aspect views, larger bathrooms (either shower over bath or walk in shower) and super-king beds.
DELUXE SUPERIOR ROOMS
The deluxe Rothay experience with a little bit more including a super-king bed. These rooms are slightly larger again, all have a bath and shower (either over or separate), have fabulous views over the Lake District countryside and either a feature balcony, terrace or relaxing bath with integrated TV.
For a unique Rothay experience, check in to one of the luxury super-king rooms. These are situated throughout the hotel providing a relaxing and decadent stay. These rooms boast an array of feature across this room category including large balconies, extra comfortable sofas, outside seating terraces, separate bath and shower and of course spectacular views over the breath-taking Lake District scenery.
Bar & Restaurant
The Garden Restaurant
It’s no co-incidence that Rothay Garden is renowned as much for its good food and wine as it is for the excellent hospitality and bedrooms on offer. The renowned Lake District restaurant at Rothay is one of only a handful in the area to have consistently been awarded two coveted AA rosettes.
Unlike a traditional hotel restaurant, the Garden Restaurant is an attraction in its own right, with its contemporary furniture, clean elegant lines and great views overlooking the hotel’s two acres of gardens. The hotel’s kitchens are managed by Joint Head Chefs Andrew Burton and Adrian Kneeshaw, who have both been at the hotel for over 20 years.
Dishes are prepared using the freshest of regionally sourced produce, and Andrew and Adrian are proud of their unrivalled network of dependable and reliable local suppliers. Many of the hotel’s guests return two or three times a year and, for most of them, the Rothay Garden’s hearty Lakeland breakfasts, superb gourmet dinners and fine collection of wines are great attractions.
The Rothay Garden Hotel’s two lounges and cosy bar ooze comfort and warmth – and, having been stylishly redecorated at the end of 2017, they’re the ideal places to relax after a day’s walking on the fells, or some specialist “retail therapy” in the unique shops and galleries of Grasmere and Ambleside.
Enjoy the popular all-day lounge and bar menu – or the special Afternoon Delights – as you read a newspaper or a novel and feel the stresses of the world slip away!
Choose from a great range of premium wines by the glass. And after dinner, retire to the lounge bar to enjoy a liqueur or single malt in a truly relaxed atmosphere.
Sit in the garden and enjoy a snack and a drink from the all-day menu – or relax over a cup of tea or a cool beer.
With this beautifully located Riverside Spa, you will find the outside in, with amazing floor-to-ceiling views of the surrounding fells whilst soaking away the strains of aching muscles or stressed minds.
The Riverside Spa (number one in “Spa Secrets” magazine’s “Cool List of Worldwide Spa Openings” when it opened) is small but perfectly formed. It offers all hotel guests a HydroSpa which enables you to watch the river flow by whilst being caressed by warm water jets and bubbles, a cosy Herbal Pine Sauna with views of the gardens, an Aromatherapy Room with under-tile heating and essential fragrances, two Monsoon Showers, Heated infra-red Loungers, and a sensual Reflexology Walk.
In the summer months, the glass-fronted doors open to provide a true feeling of being in the garden with the breeze on your face, at one with nature, giving you the chance to enjoy a chilled glass of wine or a cold beer on the decking before retiring to change for dinner. Delightful!
Here’s more on each of the spa facilities:
The superb HydroSpa, adjoining the riverbank, enabling you to watch the river flow by and enjoy the fabulous fells beyond, which caresses the body with jets and bubbles of water heated to a perfect temperature of about 38 degrees. With two sunken loungers with air jets, and water cannons to massage your neck and ease those stresses away, this really is the ultimate in self-indulgence!
A cosy Herbal Pine Sauna, giving you the chance to warm up in an environment of 85-90 degrees even on the freshest of Lake District days. And here at Rothay Garden we have added a twist, with a glass front to provide views of the garden as you relax and refresh.
The Aroma Room – a luxurious and atmospheric aromatherapy room where under-tile heating, changing light colours and essential fragrances combine to provide a mood of total relaxation and contentment at a constant 40 degrees.
Heated Infra-red Loungers which are beautifully contoured and will ease those aching joints and warm tired muscles, giving you and your partner the chance to truly relax.
Two Monsoon Feature Showers, the perfect way to cool down or rinse off between heat treatments, offering either tropical warmth or arctic cool at the push of a button, and with power jets to pummel the body, invigorate the skin and increase blood flow.
Directions to Rothay Gardens Hotel in Grasmere
From the north, take the A591 Keswick to Ambleside road, and turn right opposite the Swan Inn just after you enter Grasmere, into Swan Lane. Rothay Garden is situated 400 metres on the left, just over the bridge.
From the south, take the A591 Windermere to Keswick road, continue past the first turn-off to Grasmere on your left, and after another 800 metres take the next turning left (Swan Lane) opposite the Swan Inn. Rothay Garden is situated 400 metres on the left, just over the bridge.
Hotel Notice Board
Pets are welcome to stay at the Rothay Garden Hotel. £25 Supplement applies.
For bookings made from 6th May 2021 onwards the cancellation policy will change from our standard 48 hours prior to arrival. The cancellation policy at the Rothay Garden Hotel is 7 days prior to your day of arrival. Cancellation made within 7 days of arrival will be charged in full.
It's not called Rothay Garden for nothing! Nestled in the vale of Grasmere and surrounded by majestic fells, the hotel lies in two acres of beautiful gardens just on the edge of the world-famous village of Grasmere – a perfect setting for those who want peace, quiet and a real “back to nature” break. The gardens are full of wildlife and we even have two resident friendly Red Squirrels!
Sit in the garden and enjoy a snack and a drink from our all-day menu – or relax over a cup of tea or a cool beer. Stroll by the river Rothay and the Riverside Spa, or walk the few hundred yards into Grasmere village where there is a wide range of speciality shops and atmospheric cafes and tearooms.
Things to see and do while staying at the Rothay Garden Hotel
Grasmere is ideally located within the Lake District so that every valley may be explored, with just a short journey from Rothay Garden Hotel.
The delightful village of Grasmere has withstood the changing times and still personifies charm and “olde worlde” English heritage. The home of Wordsworth for many years, his home is now open to the public and includes a fascinating museum.
The village also offers a variety of galleries, outdoor pursuits shops, Sarah Nelson’s famous Grasmere Ginger Bread and much more!
There is much to see and do around the village with so many famous and picturesque walks which encircle the vale of Grasmere. The area is a veritable paradise for experienced as well as novice walkers! Loughrigg Terrace, Easedale Tarn, Alcock Tarn, Helm Crag and the Coffin Trail are just a few of the better known shorter routes.
Major climbs such as Helvellyn, Langdale Pikes, Fairfield Horsehoe and Scafell Pike are accessible without using your car, and famous peaks such as Coniston Old Man & Skiddaw are just a short drive away.
The Lake District has recently been designated a World Heritage Site in UNESCO’s latest worldwide list. As visitors to the area already know, The Lake District is an area of superlatives that, once seen, you won’t forget in a lifetime! Home to England’s longest lake (Windermere at 10 miles long), the deepest lake (Wastwater, holder of the title “Britain’s Favourite View” and 258 feet deep at its deepest point), the steepest road (the Hardknott Pass at 1 in 2.5 in places) and the highest mountain (Scafell Pike at 977m, or 3,210 feet).
An area of outstanding natural beauty, the Lake District offers an abundance of outdoor pursuits: Walking, climbing, touring, sailing & boating, cycling, fishing and there are even a host of quality golf courses throughout the area.
Close by is Hadrian’s Wall, the most important monument built by the Romans in Britain, and running from the west of Carlisle across Cumbria to Newcastle in the north east.