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The Daffodil Hotel & Spa is located by Grasmere Lake and is a luxurious modern hotel surrounded by beautiful scenery.
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Number of Bedrooms: 78
Parking Spaces: 85
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 3pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Daffodil Hotel & Spa in Grasmere is the perfect choice if you are thinking of spending some time in the beautiful Lake District, as it is a comfortable place to relax, pass the time, eat and drink.
The majority of the modern and stylish bedrooms at this 4-star hotel in Grasmere have fabulous views of either the surrounding valley or of Grasmere Lake. The Daffodil Hotel in the Lake District also offers some of the most lavish suites that you will ever see.
The Daffodil Dining Room serves breakfast, lunch and an A la Carte menu in the evening. Overlooking the lake, the dining room is a relaxed and informal space for food, drink and socialising with friends and family.
The Spa at the Daffodil Hotel is a perfect haven to relax, unwind and enjoy a well-deserved treatment or two. The Spa features many facilities such as a thermal pool, steam room and sauna to name but a few.
The Daffodil Hotel & Spa in Grasmere offers great late deals and special offers on short breaks throughout the year.
The Daffodil Hotel & Spa offers a wide range of bedrooms from standard Daffodil Double rooms to superior Lake View rooms.
Daffodil Double (Non-View):
A small number of bedrooms at the Daffodil face towards the main road or exterior building. Space and facility-wise, these rooms are furnished to the same superior Daffodil standard with identical facilities just at a slightly lower price. Lie back, close your eyes, relax and enjoy.
A limited number of these rooms can also be made as twins, please call to check availability.
Please note: Bath is not available in one Daffodil Double. Instead, these rooms have large showers. Please check when booking.
Daffodil Accessible Room (Non-View):
For guests needing greater access, the hotel features three rooms that comfortably accommodate wheelchairs, all rooms are DDA compliant and furnished with the same stylish interiors as all Daffodil rooms. Three of the rooms will comfortably accommodate wheelchairs. These generously sized rooms are DDA compliant and furnished to the same luxurious standard as all the bedrooms at the Daffodil Hotel.
Daffodil Club Room:
The Daffodil Club rooms are situated on the first floor of the hotel with partial valley views, positioned with windows overlooking the car park. Enjoy all the Daffodil luxuries in terms of space, interior design and facilities of the other rooms at a slightly lower price than the Lake and Valley rooms.
The Valley View rooms face the majestic Vale of Grasmere with spectacular views of Helm Crag. The colours of the Lakeland fells are ever-changing as you will see when you draw back your curtains each morning. Valley Views offer the usual stylish Daffodil interiors and contemporary bathrooms.
With a stunning setting like the Daffodil Hotel’s you’ll be lucky to be able to pick from a great selection of rooms with fantastic views. The Lake View rooms offer the stylish decor you can expect at The Daffodil, contemporary bathrooms complete with Molton Brown toiletries and a tranquil lake view.
All pictures are an example of the rooms and may not reflect exactly the room you will be allocated. The team will do their very best to fulfil all special requests however are unable to guarantee them.
Bar & Restaurant
Led by the Executive Chef and creative kitchen team, The Daffodil offers a dining experience not to be missed.
The menus feature some of the county’s finest local produce to bring you dishes of the highest quality, many being traditional classics presented with a modern twist.
The Dining Room
Serving breakfast, lunch and an A La Carte Menu in the evening – The Dining Room is the perfect informal yet inviting setting complete with lake views and the option for private dining should you require.
The Sitting Room
Cosy couches, indulgent interiors and yet more lake views make The Sitting Room the ideal spot for relaxing with a light bite from the Lounge Menu, a coffee or perhaps try one of the Afternoon Teas.
Ready to refuel you after a walk on the fells – the stylish Bar serves traditional soups, sandwiches and lighter snacks, not forgetting some of the area’s best local ales.
The Lakeside Terrace
When the sun comes out, The Terrace at The Daffodil is perhaps the jewel in the crown – sit back and enjoy a great range of drinks, lighter bites and beautiful views right by the shores of the water.
Open throughout the day and evening for both residents and non-residents.
Mon – Fri 08.00-10.30
Afternoon Tea: 12.30-16.00
Main Menu 11.00-21.00
24-hour menu 21.00-07.00
It is the Daffodil Hotels & Spa’s unique belief that pure, uncensored relaxation can only be achieved once all sense of reality has been left behind. The Spa is exclusively open to Daffodil Hotel Residents and Day Spa Clientele.
The hotel regrets that owing to the nature of the facilities, children are not permitted in the Spa.
Rasul Mud Room
The Mud Rasul allows the bather to apply natural mineral mud product to the face & body before the room lighting is gently dimmed & its relaxing fibre optic lighting fills the ceiling.
The bather sits in the enfolding warmth of heated individual seats, before steam, infused with relaxing aromas, is introduced into the Rasul. The warmth of the steam opens the pores & allows the enriched products to enter the body, where it stimulates the blood flow, helps revive the tissue & stimulates the lymphatic system.
After approx 30 mins the treatment is brought to an end when the lights change and a warm shower mist descends from the ceiling to gently wash away the remaining product.
The Daffodil Spa offers a stunning complement of therapeutic & rejuvenating face & body care treatments. Clients may choose from a variety of treatments, which include traditional massage alongside ritualistic massage therapies from around the world.
Whether you prefer, the earthy aromas of the sauna or the steamy atmosphere infused with revitalising scents of our steam room; indulge in them both at the Daffodil Spa.
At The Daffodil Spa, they are great believers in a bit of ‘you’ time, so unwind and while away an hour or two in the Tepidarium.
Specifically named so, as tepid air induces relaxation, with every comfort and need pandered to pre or post-therapy. We don’t even mind if you just fancy a quick snooze!
The indulgent thermal pool will be different than any other you have experienced (it's nothing like a swimming pool!), whether you have tired legs from walking the surrounding fells or simply need some time off from the hectic lives we all lead – the thermal pool is the perfect tonic as you move from each section allowing the water jets to target different areas of the body.
Directions to the Daffodil Hotel & Spa in Grasmere
The Daffodil Hotel & Spa sits on the shores of Grasmere Lake, just a short walk from Grasmere Village, the Heart of the English Lake District. For the literary-minded, the hotel is just opposite Dove Cottage, home to William Wordsworth.
From the M6 heading north take J36 and then the A591. Follow the A591 approx 20 miles through past Windermere and through Ambleside. The Daffodil Hotel and Spa is the first building on the left as you enter Grasmere.
From M6 heading south take J40 and then the A66 to Keswick. Then take the A591 to Grasmere.
Hotel Notice Board
Please note that due to the nature of the spa, children under the age of 16 are not permitted in this area of the hotel.
There really is lots to see and do in Grasmere, here are the top 10 picks in the area to see and do:
Easdale Tarn – 4-mile scenic walk taking roughly an hour from the centre of the village.
Cocoa Hearts – new designer chocolate shop in the centre of Grasmere, stock up on some luxury chocolates for your journey home!
Helm Crag – another well-known walk from the village, a little bit steeper than Easdale but well worth the views.
Sarah Nelson’s Gingerbread – famous all over the country and used in recipes by many of the county's known chefs. Try Sarah Nelson’s gingerbread for yourself and see if it puts Grasmere on the map for you!
Dove Cottage – once home to William Wordsworth and still preserved to this day as it would have been when Wordsworth himself lived there. If you like poetry a visit to Dove Cottage is a must.
Alcock Tarn – the third walk making it onto Grasmere’s top 10 list; pick up directions to this one from the hotel's Reception.
St Oswald's Church – the church where William Wordsworth and his wife Mary’s tombstones are located.
The Wordsworth Museum – a fantastic museum right next to Dove Cottage celebrating the much-loved work of William Wordsworth, there is also a gallery next to the museum and guided tours are available.
The Herdy Shop – one of the most iconic brands in the Lake District; Herdy has gone from strength to strength!
Call in and pick up bespoke mugs, tea towels, coasters and much more.
Grasmere Garden Village – a large garden centre in the middle of the village selling gifts, clothing, books and plants. Also home to The Potting Shed selling homemade cakes, coffees, light lunches and local beers.
For serious outdoor fun in the Lake District visit Eden Valley Adventures. If you're up for white water kayaking, rock climbing, or abseiling, or if you'd like to learn to get the most out of the great outdoors, Eden Valley Adventures is the place to spend your day.