With Broadoaks you have a found a real gem and it certainly ticks all the boxes for romance, country house chic, gourmet dining and even welcoming our four-legged friends. From the moment you approach its sweeping drive, pass the manicured lawns with the lover’s swing beneath the broad oak tree and admire the central fountain, the 19th century house stands impressively looking out across 7 acres of land and breathtaking views of the Lake District - you can even hear the beck that runs through the hotel grounds. Once inside, you will be greeted warmly by its young and friendly staff on arrival. The arts and crafts music room is welcoming with its roaring fire and grand piano whilst the Michelin recommended restaurant offers fine dining by its creative and considerate chef. Each of the 19 en-suite bedrooms & suites – all named after trees in the Lake District, are beautifully and individually decorated with tasteful period styling. Four poster beds, deep colours, silk cushions and whirlpools in the bathrooms are just some of the features. In each room, there’s a personalised letter welcoming the guests, with refreshments and chocolates thoughtfully laid out. Our most romantic suite is called “The Boudoir at Broadoaks”. Recently refurbished, this exclusive suite will give its guests something just that little bit special in allowing its occupants to have complete seclusion from other guests. With its own driveway and entrance, it has a super-king-sized hand carved 4 poster bed, a huge ornate mirror on the wall, Osborn & Little wallpaper and Farrow & Ball paint and a very lavish bathroom complete with wet room and Jacuzzi bath. Occupants will be able to order door-to-door room service and enjoy private dining on its outside terrace in summer months. What’s more, the hotel is pet-friendly too. Rooms on the ground floor can cater for pets and there’s even a welcoming letter for your pet and a nutritious Four Paws Menu approved by the hotel’s resident dog, Molly. There’s an excellent choice of walks straight from the hotel offering an invigorating day’s dog walking.
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"To the northeast of Windermere stands the village of Troutbeck famed for its inn, The Mortal Man whose name derives from an early advertising slogan, "O mortal man that lives by bread, what is it makes thy nose so red? Thou silly fool, that look'st so pale, 'Tis drinking Sally Birketts ale." Broadoaks, a beautiful oak-panelled Edwardian house stands to the south of the village in its own grounds."
"Run by dog owners the Broadoaks Country House Hotel knows how to make your pet feel right at home. The Doggie Dinner Bed and Breakfast rate of £25 includes a choice of dishes including chicken breast, roast beef or Pedigree Chum, plus home made gravy, along with a side of bones or chews. Water bowls, spare leads and scoop sacks are all available too. Dogs are welcome in all the ground floor rooms, the top suite and garden lodges."
Information on Broadoaks Country House hotel , Bridge Lane , Troutbeck , Windermere
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Types of room: Country House Rooms, Superior, Deluxe, Victorian, Garden Suites
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Room with Breakfast
Credit Cards Accepted: Mastercard, Maestro/Switch, Visa
When Closed: Open all year
Child Friendly: Children of all ages welcome
Dog Friendly: Dogs Permitted (permitted in ground floor rooms only, £10 per night)
Smoking Permitted: No
Wheelchair Access: No
Accreditation: AA 5 Star
Wi-Fi available in most bedrooms, Fresh fruit on arrival, Local Bath House tolietries, luxury sheets, fluffy bathrobes, Spa bath or Jacuzzi
7 acres of grounds and gardens, Oaks Restaurant, Licensed for Civil Ceremonies outdoors and indoors, Wedding receptions, Conference/meeting rooms, Helipad, Private hire for special events
Guest membership to health club and Spa
|Local directions:||From the M6 Junction 36 join the dual carriageway A591. This takes you through to Windermere. Carry on past the Windermere Hotel staying on the A591 towards Ambleside. You will arrive at a mini roundabout, carry straight on (second turning off). Carry on along the A591 as far as the Esso garage on your left (Troutbeck Bridge). 50 yards past the garage on your right is a sign for Troutbeck and the Youth Hostel. This is Bridge Lane. Turn right here and go on up the lane for approximatley 3/4 of a mile. You will see the entrance to Broadoaks on your right hand side.|
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