Tucked away in the serene Lyth Valley, is the ideal location for a restful getaway.
Their customers can’t get enough of them because of their welcoming personnel, first rate spa amenities, and delicious meals.
But if you decide to venture outside and explore, Bowness and Lake Windermere are also close by.
The renowned damson orchards nearby are whence the hotel gets its name.
The annual Damson Day event draws tourists every year to celebrate the appearance of the white damson flower.
The 58 en-suite suites of the Damson Dene Hotel include 22 superior rooms. Some of which have four-poster beds.
Within the hotel’s grounds, there are three lovely family suites. They provide regular rooms with a double bed, twin beds, or a family bed.
Every room is equipped with a direct dial phone, an en-suite bath or shower, a television, a radio, an ironing board, and tea and coffee making supplies.
Many provide breath-taking panoramas of the Lakeland valley. Those who want to spend their days exploring will love our cosy accommodations.
These rooms are intimately built for two people and include a double or twin bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. A flat-screen TV with Freeview Channels, a radio, free Wi-Fi, a direct dial phone, and welcome tray, a hair dryer, an iron, and an ironing board. A double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, a flat-screen TV with Freeview channels, a radio, free Wi-Fi, a direct-dial phone, a welcome tray, a hair dryer, an iron, and an ironing board. Two single beds in a double room with a bathroom. Free Wi-Fi, a radio, a flat-screen TV with Freeview channels, a direct dial phone, a welcome tray, a hair dryer, an iron, and an ironing board are all provided. A double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, a flat-screen TV with Freeview channels, a radio, free Wi-Fi, a direct dial phone, a welcome tray, a hair dryer, an iron, and an ironing board.
Dining at the Damson Dene is a wonderful treat because both the ambiance and the food are excellent. The Damson Dene Hotels are really proud of their excellent visitor feedback. They have a large selection on their daily-changing menu. Whenever feasible, they utilise locally grown, seasonal, fresh produce and herbs. The majority of it comes from Yew barrow House’s Victorian kitchen garden, owned by Jonathan Denby. The garden is situated in a protected area and has all the necessities. They use completely chemical-free and extremely organic things in their food. Growing own food for the hotel kitchen has obvious advantages to the Damson Dene Hotel.
All hotel guests at the Damson Dene have free, unlimited use of the following facilities during their stay.
Beautiful hotel garden. Spacious bed rooms Nice swimming pool Good breakfast Free car park
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