Cedar Manor is in the heart of the Lake District. Conveniently located on the outskirts of Windermere it is easy to access by road and rail. The hotel is set in 1/2 an acre of mature gardens with a patio for afternoon/evening drinks and snacks
What makes a stay at Cedar Manor unique?
The Hotel is individually interior designed and restored with its gothic Victorian looks and style. The friendly and more informal service will make you at ease. The rooms are well thought out with everything that a visitor requires including Ren toiletries and Nespresso machines. Excellent wifi tops it off.
We look forward to helping you make the most of your time in the Lakes.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Cedar Manor?
All 10 rooms at Cedar Manor are individually designed featuring locally hand-made furniture, luxury cotton sheets, wifi, Nespresso, room safes and loads more. Most have a bath with a shower over, all 3 suites have a separate shower. You can choose between 3 suites and 7 doubles - pick out one that you like the look of and come to relax.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Windermere area?
Windermere is a small village located about 1 mile from the largest lake in England, also called Windermere. Guests are encouraged to take a walk along the Lakeshore or take a cruise and enjoy a full day out exploring the villages around the area. A highlight for many visitors is the Orrest Head Viewpoint, a short 25 minute stroll from the hotel. Unrivalled views of Windermere and the surrounding mountains.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The hotel provides breakfast and light supper. Launching for 2020 will be Afternoon Tea which can be taken in the lounge, restaurant or in the gardens (weather permitting) The Windermere and Bowness villages are both a short walk away with a full selection of bars, pubs, bistros, cafes and restaurants, guests are encouraged to ask at the hotel for a recommendation!
Cedar Manor has embraced a sustainable approach to running the hotel. On initial inspection, it would be difficult to spot for most travellers but delve a little deeper and you will find out that all the furniture has been handmade locally, in the village. The carpets are made from local wools - Herdwick and Swaledale. Underlays are made from recycled materials such as car tyres and old cans. All food is locally sourced, you can look forward to enjoying Cumberland Sausage for breakfast for example.
The rooms are decorated using lead-free paints and cleaned using organic cleaners that are free of harmful chemicals, parabens and phosphates. The owners are very passionate about protecting and preserving the local environment and will encourage visitors to explore on foot and use the excellent public transport.
We can't wait for you to visit and enjoy the beauty of the Lake District.