Langdale Chase Hotel
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... like) job on the outside of a house with chippings. I retreated to the pub for free wifi and watched the new Noah movie on the internet which started out kicking ass and slowly turned Eh. It was like a book that ended at page 400 but still had another 100 to go. The mood brightened when I started chatting with Nicolette and played the “Tell me something I don’t know about you game.” I shortly after ran for the hills screaming and losing a little more of my ...
Denise at Gates travel said she'd get back to me with potential deals for hotel and flights. that was on Saturday, it is now Tuesday and she's not got back to me yet. I so want to get this holiday booked so that I can start planning. I'll ring her tomorrow. In the meantime, I've spoken to three other travel agents, all of whom are checking hotel prices and ...
Lattendales Guest house is just as we remember it from staying here 25 years ago - we booked it out of nostalgia but it's still an excellent B&B with Doreen and Mike being great hosts. It would have been rude not to have the full English breakfast which set us up for the day inc fried bread and Cumberland sausage! We decided to try and make a local church service and the little Methodist service within the shared church hall (with the Anglicans) at 9.30 was ...
I've just spoken to a lady called Denise at Gates Travel in Kendal. She is looking for hotels and flights for us, for our trip to New York. Our main requirement is that we have a hotel that looks like a hotel, with a canopy at the front, and is ...
... bottoms in varying degrees of bony to bouncy bobbing up and down the hills! But it will be nice to have a wee without nettle rash x thank you all xxx Elaine: After yet another friendly B&B we set off a little later than the early birds at 9.50am with a good cooked breakfast inside us. Today was to be a leisurely day with as many stops to take photos as we liked. I pressed ahead to find a nice spot for our morning stop and settled down to listen to my audio ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Langdale Chase Hotel Windermere
We stayed in the boat house at the beginning of September 05. I've visited the boat house at Langdale Chase twice on previous occasions, as my grandparents have been returning religiously for the last twenty or so years, and it was every bit as fantastic now as I had remembered it from my last visit.
we stayed in the boat house it was fantastic, the views the service the room were all tiptop, anyone who thinks otherwise must be just plain miserable, and who sleeps on there wedding night anyway
The Boat House
I recently had the pleasure of staying at The Langdale Chase Hotel on the banks of Lake Windermere, I was even more fortunate to say in the Boat House, a room set apart from the main hotel, as the name suggests, right on the banks of the lake. I cannot describe fully how much I enjoyed my all to short stay. The spleandour of the Boat House's solitude was only surpassed by the breath taking views across the lake. The friendly and helpful staff made my partner and myself feel welcome at every opportunity which, in itself, is a breath of fresh air. I have already recomended The Langdale chase to many of my friends and hope to return soon for a repeat performance.
Wow amazing boathouse!!!!!!
my partner and i have just spent an amazing weekend at the langdale chase.we stayed in the boathouse,a beautifully decorated room unbelieveably right on the waters edge.it has huge windows and a stunning view,and we were amazed to discover it was only a standard room.we will definately try to book it again.the hotel's restaurant serves wonderful food full of flavour and with lovely sauces.we could barely move after the sumptuous langdale chase hot dark chocolate gateaux (yes its as good as it sounds!)the staff are a friendly bunch who clearly love their jobs,and nothing was too much trouble.we highly recomend everyone to stay at the langdale chase as it also recently won the 'hotel and caterer' magazine's best view in britain award,we can vouch for that!we cant wait to return.
The boat house smells!
Friends paid for us to stay in the boat house for two nights as a wedding present. We only stuck it for one night and then left. A dehumidifier was running continuously, with a large sign attached saying please do not switch off. The noise of the dehumidifier was so loud we got no sleep at all. Certainly no chance to hear the gentle lapping of the water as their web site suggests. The room itself was very smelly. The bathroom was a disgrace with broken floor tiles and very little room. The bedroom was very basic and small. I feel very sorry for anyone looking forward to staying here. The views were lovely, but did not make up for the noise and the terrible smell.
This hotel completely ruined what should have been a very happy occasion for my husband and I, and their attitude in dealing with it has been shameful in the least.
I could not recommend this hotel to anyone; avoid. There are much better hotels in the vacinity and at cheaper prices too.
Boathouse room Wow
We stayed in the room above the boat house and wow what an experience. This room surely must have the best view over the lakes. If you arrive at night ask for a torch as the walk is scary and not lit. Sleep with the curtains open as when you wake in the morning the view will be worth it. Whilst the room may not be 5 star....more like comfy bed at your aunty's house the view is even stunning from the bath.
Stayed in Room #2 in 08/2004. Local friends had selected this place to give us an authentic English experience. The property is well maintained and is on the Windermere lake-front. The view from our room was fantastic. The room-size (after staying in London) was phenomenal. Royal setting!