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!
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.
The Royal at Dockray is a family run traditional country hotel offering the best of Cumbrian hospitality.
Welcome to our Lakeland Bed and Breakfast. Our delightful 17th century farmhouse and adjoining luxury holiday cottage are set within picturesque surroundings offering breathtaking views towards Place Fell and High Street.
Side Farm Campsite is an ideal base for walking, mountain biking, sailing, canoeing, fishing or simply relaxing.
Waterside Campsite is perfectly positioned at the foot of Barton Fell, it is an ideal base for mountain biking, walking, sailing, fishing, and pony trekking or simply relaxing.
The pretty village of Pooley Bridge is one mile from the campsite and can be easily reached by road or the lakeshore footpath.
A luxury country house hotel in the most beautiful and secluded location. Offering a variety of dining choices to both residents and non-residents, including our famous Afternoon Teas. Immediate access to excellent walking/cycling routes, plus other outdoor activities on request.
Spacious 4 star dog friendly holiday cottage close to Helvellyn in Patterdale and Glenridding by Ullswater