4 Star lavish hotel set in 17 acres of land on the shores of Lake Windermere. This Grade II* listed Georgian manor house offers 30 stylish rooms, huge numbers of which have stunning lake views.
The two AA Rosette Lake Edge Restaurant offers heavenly dishes that change with the seasons and the comfortable Tower Bar offers a casual menu.
What makes a stay at Storrs Hall Hotel unique?
Excellent sentimental design and exceptional common habitat join to make Storrs Hall an extremely one of a kind hotel.
The hotel offers sharp en-suite rooms, each independently planned and finished in a contemporary style to offer the ideal blend of extravagance and solace.
Set on the shoreline of Windermere, Storrs Hall's Boathouse gives a one of a kind hideaway. With a hot tub on the private terrace you can inundate yourself in the magnificence of your environment. What's more, if the night air turns cold sit by the flame pit and watch the enchanted impressions of a Lake District nightfall move over the water.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Storrs Hall Hotel?
Storrs Hall has eight sorts of bedrooms for you to browse including; Suites with Lake Views, Junior Suites, Feature Lake View Rooms, Superior Lake View Rooms, open Superior Rooms, Classic with Lake View Rooms, Classic Rooms and the Boathouse.
Whichever class you browse they all offer; ultra comfortable beds, modern bathrooms, flat screen TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi and tea and espresso making facilities. Twins can be made accessible on solicitation.
As of now being developed are 6 extravagance Lake View Suites, which will sit in their own private forest ignoring the lake. Every suite will likewise have a little terrace and outside hot tub. They booked to open late pre-winter/late-fall 2019.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Windermere area?
Storrs Hall's central location makes it easy for you to visit a host of attractions. Blackwell Arts and Crafts House is just 5 minutes drive from Storrs Hall. Built by the famous architect Baille Scott in 1901 this house is a beautiful example of the arts and crafts movement.
In the village of Bowness-on-Windermere you will find Windermere Lake Cruises. Enjoy a cruise to Ambleside and stop off to visit the newly open Windermere Jetty Museum.
In the heart of the village of Bowness you will also find The World of Beatrix Potter. This wonderful family attraction brings the characters from her stories to life. Travel a little further and visit Hill Top, the former farmhouse home of Beatrix Potter.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
The Lake Edge Restaurant offers a dinner menu that changes with the seasons. Tear yourself away from the stunning lake views and enjoy wonderful food prepared with the freshest of ingredients. Dinner is served in the Lake Edge Restaurant from 7pm to 9pm.
The Tower Bar is so named because it came to Storrs Hall from Blackpool Tower. It is the perfect place for pre-dinner drinks or enjoying a night cap in front of the crackling log fire. There's a bar menu too if you prefer a relaxed dining experience. Bar menu is available noon to 9pm.
Afternoon Tea at Storrs Hall is served from 12.30pm to 4.30pm. Indulge in delicious cakes, pastries and freshly baked scones.