The Borrowdale Gates Hotel is situated in quite possibly the most stunning valley in all of England and all around are the Lakeland mountains that makes this corner of the world unforgettable to all that visit.
What makes a stay at Borrowdale Gates Hotel unique?
Set in 3 acres of its own wooded, dry-stone walled grounds, at the head of Derwentwater and slightly apart from the village, Borrowdale Gates Hotel offers spectacular views of ‘England's most beautiful square mile' from all points of the compass, and from every one of its new or newly refurbished rooms.
This country-house hotel is both personal and luxurious, with food in its panoramic restaurant that is not only wonderful but wonderfully immune to fashion, and complemented by a wine-list that's as comprehensive as it is entertaining. The hotel's cosy bar looks out across the valley, as a wood fire burns cheerfully in the lounge
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Borrowdale Gates Hotel?
The Hotel has 32 bedrooms, all of which are en-suite. 10 bedrooms are on the ground floor. All rooms are individually decorated, and all enjoy a different view; The Borrowdale Valley, Cat Bells & Maiden Moor and Grange and Beyond. A good mixture of Singles, Double bedded and Twin bedded rooms result in a varied choice. The Bedrooms are equipped with all that you would expect from a quality hotel – Direct- Dial Telephones, Tea and Coffee making facilities, Hair-dryers, flat screen Television. and bottled water.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Keswick area?
The Lake District is certainly the most inspiring and exciting destination in the UK for outdoor activities. From Rock Climbing to Ghyll Scrambling, Horse riding to Caving, Mountain Biking to Quad biking land based activities are plentiful. Water based sports also thrive, as you would expect in the Lake District. Sailing, Wind surfing, Canoeing, and Kayaking mean that if the rainfall doesn't get you wet, there are a few other ways. The Borrowdale Gates is also fortune to have the Theatre by the Lake with performances on all year round.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Fresh produce is the key to creating superb menus. Dinner menus change daily whilst other menus change seasonally to ensure a good supply of the freshest ingredients. Head Chef Christopher Standhaven and his team concentrate time and effort in ensuring the menus continue to deliver the very best in fine dining whilst still retaining the qualities that makes Cumbria stand out from the rest of the country – the variety and standard of local produce.