Ambleside with its quaint old pubs, restaurants and teashops, gift shops, churches and house on the bridge lies within Cumbria’s Lake District National Park, which totals 855 square miles and attracts visitors from all over the world. The English Lake District and National Park contains sixteen major lakes, numerous tarns, fells, wooded hills and mountains making it a must whilst touring England and ambleside makes the ideal venue for a…
There is always plenty to do in the Lake District and several companies operate Lake District scenic tours. The towns of Windermere and Bowness are just down the lake from Ambleside where you can visit the Beatrix Potter Exhibition and meet all the characters from her famous children’s stories. Just outside Windermere is the Steamboat Museum, which contains a unique collection of steam, motor and sailing boats and in between…
Received a warm welcomeThe room was very clean, nicely decorated and well equipped and the breakfast was very enjoyable too.
We stayed for a long weekend and had a fabulous time. Very friendly hosts, comfortable room & kept to a very high standard. The breakfast was fantastic. Also, I left my jacket in the room and didn't realise until we arrived home, and it was promptly posted back to me. Very impressed overall!
Mr & Mrs Dedecker
Thank youThank you for another great stay.We loved the new breakfast selection & as always feit very welcomed.
Very warm welcome
We stay with Darren & Debbie at Rothay House usually twice a year. We always receive a very warm welcome, the rooms are clean with lovely new bathrooms, and the breakfasts are out of this world!! All fresh, beautifully prepared food. Just booked again for November and can't wait!
Chris & Peter Smith
Friendly and informative
We were made very welcome at the hotel by Darren from our arrival until our departure. We couldn't have wished for a better host,cheerful,friendly and informative. Our stay was like home from home and will definitely be going back again.
Diane and Peter