Linthwaite House is situated on a hilltop overlooking Windermere, making it the perfect base from which to explore the scenic surroundings. There is plenty for guests to do . . . try boules or an eye-catching giant outdoor chessboard, take a stroll along walking trails, hire a bicycle, two-row boats are available on the tarn, also fly fishing.
What makes a stay at Linthwaite House unique?
Linthwaite House's perfect situation allows year round views of the Lake - either from the large terrace (perfect for an evening tipple) or from the comfort of the cosy lounges (complete with crackling fires - no better spot for afternoon tea).
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Linthwaite House?
One of the most beautifully situated Windermere hotels, Linthwaite House offers luxurious accommodation, with stylish, individually designed bedrooms and bathrooms, many overlooking the lake and manicured gardens as well as the surrounding hills and mountains.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Bowness-on-Windermere area?
The Lake District, which is also known as The Lakes, is a mountainous region in the county of Cumbria in the northwest of England. A popular holiday destination, with its lakes, forests and fells (hills or mountains) providing a platform for many outdoor activities, the area is famous for its spectacular scenery. Recently there has been a shift in offerings as the area positions itself as an epicurean destination – craft brewers, distillers, coffee roasteries, cheese larders, farmers' markets and excellent restaurants abound.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Linthwaite House, Leeu Collection's contemporary country house hotel in the heart of the Lake District, is delighted to announce that Michelin-starred chef Simon Rogan will take over its restaurant in October 2019, opening Henrock (henrock.co.uk).
With stunning views over Linthwaite's immaculately landscaped gardens, Henrock will showcase natural, seasonal ingredients in a relaxed and elegant setting. The restaurant is named after Hen Holme, a rocky outcrop protruding from Windermere that is often visible from the terrace of Linthwaite House.