Where to stay
You’ll be spoilt for choice when looking for a place to stay in Ullswater. For overnight visits, weekend breaks, or summer holidays we have it all. From grand hotels in beautiful lakeside locations, family run bed and breakfasts with a home from home welcome and self catering cottages with stunning views.
Or perhaps you prefer being at one with nature and pitching a tent in one of the many camp sites on the shores of the lake? If that is too much why not hire a caravan with those creature comforts or get cosy in a yurt and try glamping with friends?
Whatever you are looking for and whatever your budget, we have something to suit everyone. Remember not to get too comfortable though or you won’t want to leave!
Hillcroft Park is the perfect holiday retreat, especially for those who love the outdoor life
Lowthwaite is situated in the peaceful valley of Matterdale, only three miles from Ullswater with views of Helvellyn and Blencathra.
When Charles Darwin visited Glenridding house in the Summer of 1881 he stated “this place is magnificently beautiful” he was right! Why not treat yourself to a two night break at this stunning lakeshore vista! AA five gold star 2014, 2015, 2016.
Ullswater House is a friendly and conveniently located 4 star Gold, Breakfast Award, B&B with 5 well equipped contemporary en-suite rooms. We have free WIFI throughout, free off-road parking, EV Charging, Cycle storage, washing/drying facilities and outdoor seating areas. We offer a flexible approach to our customers’ needs, for example providing early breakfasts. A warm welcome is assured to all.
Our stunning one-bed barn conversion has all the modern furnishings and finishing touches, whilst retaining its original character for the perfect relaxing retreat. This 5 star gold awarded, former barn and stable is idyllically positioned in the picturesque village of Patterdale, offering your stay uninterrupted views of the surrounding valley.
Set in the heart of Pooley Bridge, on the shores of Ullswater, 1863 was built 155 years ago first as the village blacksmith’s and then the post office. Now reimagined for the 21st century, it features a bar, award-winning restaurant seating 32 and offering relaxed, fine dining plus seven elegant rooms.