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Broadoaks Country House hotel

Bridge Lane, Troutbeck, Windermere, Cumbria, LA23 1LA

Broadoaks Country House hotel

Bridge Lane, Troutbeck, Windermere, Cumbria, LA23 1LA

When only a pocket of absolute indulgence will do it’s advisable to have Broadoaks boutique Country House Hotel on speed-dial.

This stunning slice of Lakeland heaven sits atop a six-acre eerie, overlooking the rolling hills and valleys of Troutbeck; spectacular in all four seasons.
Traditional architecture and features meet quirky modern twists and there’s more than a hint of playfulness within the interiors; but the owners are nothing if not serious when considering guests’ comfort.

It’s a level of attention to detail that goes beyond ‘little touches’; this is the thinking that elicits a hushed ‘wow’ and leaves guests glowing with delight.
Layers of welcome accumulate softly within guests’ rooms, with deliciously generous pure-wool rugs, crisp Egyptian linen and enveloping faux fur throws.

Showers drench and invigorate, lazy mornings beckon while the hills offer adventure.

The perfect playground to explore exclusive, private or social – the hotel has a unique knack of offering a range of different experiences at one golden location.

Each guest room in the main house is individual, and the beautifully designed accommodation luxury hideaways throughout the grounds encourage let-yourself-go hedonism.

Service is friendly, attentive but never intrusive. Food and drink is classy, delicious and well-chosen. Best of all, the hotel, with all its luxuries, doesn’t forget that the experience is all about you. So if bringing your dog makes you happy, that’s fine too.

Broadoaks is the premier venue for classy weddings small and large and is available for exclusive hire. If you want to avoid traffic hold ups on the route - there’s a helipad.

Broadoaks Country House also has a Wedding Venue:

Broadoaks Country House (Wedding Venue Section)

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Top 10 Dog Friendly Hotels by Dinah Hatch

"Dogs are not so much tolerated as positively loved and adored at Broadoaks. This stunning Lake District retreat boasts all the elegance and tradition a of a country house, all the style of a contemporary boutique hotel yet has a super friendly atmosphere, headed up by the hotel’s cockapoo Molly herself. All of the three garden suites and the main suite are dog-friendly (look for the paw symbols online) and any dog over 12 months is welcome and will receive a pack of treats and personal menu on arrival. All rates are DDFBB (Doggie Dinner Bed and Breakfast)."

Dog friendly accommodation this summer by Dinah Hatch

"This beautiful country house is actually run by dog owners so they know a thing or two about looking after your pet, who is welcome on all the ground floor rooms, the top suites and the garden lodges. There’s a Doggie Dinner B&B rate which includes a choice of dishes (usually including chicken or beef) with home made gravy plus bones to gnaw on. There are spare leads and water bowls should you have misplaced yours and plenty of scoop sacks on hand. And what’s in it for you? Stunning premises, grounds that look like something from Alice In Wonderland, smart rooms with hydrobaths, a lovely restaurant and wicked afternoon teas. Go for the Redwood room if you want your own little patio and pond area."

Ten Historic Hotels in the Lake District by Adrian Mourby

"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."

Top Ten Pet Friendly Hotels by Ursula Hirschkorn

"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

No. of bedrooms: Total: 19        
Types of room: Country House Rooms, Superior, Deluxe, Victorian, Garden Suites
Room rates guide: Double/Twin:  £100.00-£225.00
Room with Breakfast
General info: 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
Room facilities: Wi-Fi available in most bedrooms, Fresh fruit on arrival, Local Bath House tolietries, luxury sheets, fluffy bathrobes, Spa bath or Jacuzzi
General facilities: 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
Activities nearby: 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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Review of Broadoaks Country House

Posted on by Chris KCustomer stayed Nov 2016

“Absolutely first class stay!”

Everything about this place was amazing!
We went for our 1st wedding anniversary and were pleasantly surprised to see a card from the staff in our room to celebrate this,along with some chocolates.
The room,Rowan,located in the coach house was beautiful.The furnishings were very tasteful and the huge whirlpool bath was a fun touch.
The house itself is lovely,with lots of quirky features and really well decorated for Christmas.
If you can,get the afternoon tea! There was so much food,all of it delicious, and the quirky 'te-cycled'crockery was a nice touch.
The dinner was exceptional, with excellent portion sizes and the wine pairings, including after dinner port(which work out at the same price as a bottle of wine each)worked very well.
The service was fantastic, unobtrusive but attentive and all staff gave the impression they actually cared about you having a good time.

All in all,one of the best stays anywhere we have had,and easily surpassing what would naturally be it's rival,Holbeck Ghyll.


Review of Broadoaks Country House

Posted on by Lin WCustomer stayed Nov 2016

“Husbands birthday weekend”

We got married here in may, and I decided to bring my husband and our daughter back for his birthday.

We stayed in the 'retreat' which was lovely. We arrived on the Sunday and got a photographer to come take some photos of our family, given that the setting is too stunning not to!

We had afternoon tea which i think was my favourite - would definitely recommend you try this.

We also had dinner which everyone agreed was very nice, I'm so glad i got to try it with out my wedding dress on - I believe I had one bite of each course on the day as my dress was so tight!

We got a lovely warm welcome back from the staff at Broadoaks - see you again next year!

Thank you to Tracey and all the staff for helping us to celebrate my husbands birthday and make it really special
Thanks
Tracey


Review of Broadoaks Country House

Posted on by Robert HCustomer stayed Dec 2016

“Excellent 1 night stay, book it you won't regret it !!”
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
This is our second visit, having stayed here 2 years ago. The surroundings cannot be beat, lovely rooms, ours had sunken double whirlpool bath (pine room)
Nothing is too much trouble for the staff , all deserve mention as they were fantastic.
Word of warning do not put foam bath in the jacuzzi bath, as my wife found out , bubbles galore. The package also included the use of McDonald Spa in Bowles which is also great. Very convenient too, just pull up outside , give the concierge your keys and they will park it up on their car park for you. There is a £5 fee for this however when you consider the parking prices in the Lake District I considered this a bargain.
All in all I would not hesitate to book again


Review of Broadoaks Country House

Posted on by Julie RCustomer stayed Dec 2016

“5* experience through and through! ”

We booked a black Friday deal which included, room, cream tea, 4 course meal and use of the spa at the Mcdonald hotel.

We were given a range of rooms to choose from and we went for the couch house suite. The room was very spacious with a small seating area and the bath was amazing, Japanese jacuzzi bath. We had our own porch and seating area so felt very luxury.

The food was amazing!! We both had the lamb for main and my fiancé said it was the best 3 course meal he had ever had!

Breakfast was lovely too with lots of options.

The staff are what makes this place and they all deliver service with a smile, nothing is too much trouble. You are given a card in your room which asks you to write 'who goes the extra mile' it was hard to pin point one person.

I am quite hard to please and genuinely couldn't fault anything at all. There is usually something that isn't quite right but honestly it was all perfect.

We will be back ? thank you for a wonderful stay Broadoaks!


Review of Broadoaks Country House

Posted on by Jane TCustomer stayed Jan 2017

“Overnight stay”

Been here several times it's a beautiful peaceful place in 8 acres of ground fabulous staff and beautiful food. The beds are extremely comfortable and it is just a terrific place to chill out . The area around is beautiful not far from lake Windermere and Bowness


Review of Broadoaks Country House

Posted on by Haley JCustomer stayed Sep 2016

“Sisters wedding day”

This place is absolutely amazing. Staff were all so friendly and couldn't do more to help you. The place is so welcoming. The room we stayed in was just breathtaking from the comfy bed to the amazing bathroom with jacuzzi bath. Our little boy thought it was absolutely amazing and there was plenty of room for him to explore and sleep in his travel cot. He particularly enjoyed the squishy bean bags and watching cbeebies on the TV. As for a wedding venue it was oustanding I can't wait to see the photographs couldn't make a more perfect backdrop. The food was amazing from wedding bbq and icecream to lovely morning breakfast. We loved every moment of our stay and would love to visit in the future. I would happily recommend this lovely country house to anyone


Review of Broadoaks Country House

Posted on by Amanda GCustomer stayed Oct 2016

“Superb country house Hotel.”
Reviewed 1 November 2016
My Daughter & Son in law were married here on 24th Oct 2016. This venue was also exclusive to the wedding party which was also a lovely touch. This place is set in stunningly beautiful grounds that, overlook Lake Windermere in the distance. The country house hotel is fantastic and so full of charming character. The guest accommodation is simply superb with, every facility I could think of catered for. The food was brilliant and the Bacon butties & pot of tea that were kindly sent up to our room at breakfast as my wife was a little poorly was fantastic.
Location, setting and accommodation aside. It was the wonderful staff team that were the icing on the cake here at Broadoaks. Unbelievably friendly, made one & all feel so welcome, nothing too much trouble. They helped to make my daughters special day a really magical experience. All who were in the wedding party were of the same opinion, a great team.
I would like to thank you so much for all that you did in making Katie's wedding just perfect.
Will sing your praises for ever more. Many thanks again. Ian :+)


Review of Broadoaks Country House

Posted on by Angela RCustomer stayed Apr 2016

“Amazing setting for a perfect wedding reception”

We got married in April this year and had our wedding reception at Broadoaks and can not praise Little Jo and the team enough. They helped make the day amazing, and nothing was too much for them. From the first moment we met with Jo she organised everything, and the hotel staff throughout the day made sure everything was as we had planned.

Darren, the restaurant manager, was on hand throughout the entire day and evening to make sure everything ran smoothly and we all had an unbelievably brilliant day.

The food was fantastic, the whole reception perfect and the rooms so comfortable and luxurious we didn't want to leave. Thank you all so much for making our day so special - we will be back to visit with little baby Rigg on our anniversary

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