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Oakthorpe Hotel Windermere Lake District

Oakthorpe Hotel

Oakthorpe Hotel - Windermere Lake District Oakthorpe Hotel Website

Oakthorpe Hotel,
1 High Street,
Lake District,
LA23 1AF

Tel: 015394 43547

Prop : Sue and Alistair Tasker

Tony and Sue Tasker with their friendly staff would like to welcome you to our elegant former doctor's home.

We have a large car park and are only two minutes from both coach and rail stations, close to excursion buses and one of the finest viewpoints in Lakeland, Orrest Head is only a short stroll away.


Comfortable individually decorated rooms [15 in all] with beverage trays, TVs and many en-suite.

Four poster room available.

We also have budget accommodation for backpackers and travellers. We provide delicious food and real ales served in both the restaurant and The Lamplighter Bar. We specialise in fresh fish dishes.


Breakfast is served in the restaurant with a full menu choice.
Try the Cumberland sausage - its delicious!

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Enjoy the evenings in our cosy bar, a meeting place for locals and visitors alike. Superb home cooked food served either in the bar or restaurant. We are well known for quality food and our excellent selection of fresh fish.

Lamplighter Bar

We are a Cumbrian CAMRA [real ale] pub, well stocked bar and extensive wine list.We provide delicious food and real ales served in both the restaurant and The Lamplighter Bar. We specialise in fresh fish dishes.


Oakthorpe Hotel is perfectly situated for a variety of things to do and is an ideal choice and base to discover the beauty of the English Lake District. The Lake District provides a varied choice of attractions and activities to do with many places of historical or local interest in around Windermere.

A number of Lakeland attractions nearby include Lake Windermere Cruises, Windermere Beatrix Potter Attraction, Hill Top, Windermere Steamboats & Museum, Lake District Visitor Centre at Brockhole on the shore of Lake Windermere and is the National Trust's 'Townend' the home of the Browne Family for 300 years. A short drive away is the ever popular Low Sizergh Barn Farm Shop Tea Room and Craft Gallery can be found south of Kendal.

Local walks include the ever popular Orrest Head with its magnificent views of the Lake Windermere, Lakeland fells and beyond. Fishing, cycling and mountain biking, horse riding and golf are a number of activities are available within the area with Lake Windermere offering a varied choice of water sports activities. Retail outlets, shops, cafe's, restaurants, bars and a cinema can be found in Windermere and Bowness.

Lamplighter Bar at Oakthorpe HotelThe popular towns of Ambleside and Grasmere are only a short distance away with its ever popular attractions Armitt Library and Museum, Stagshaw Gardens and the impressive Hayes Garden World at Ambleside with William Wordswoth Dove Cottage at Grasmere with Ryal Mount between Ambleside and Grasmere. The local bus services can also be used to visit these areas and other parts of The Lake District and Cumbria. Lake Windermere Cruises can be used to visit Lakeside [South Lake Windermere] where you can visit the superb Aquarium of the Lakes and take a journey on the Haverthwaite Steam Railway or visit Fell Foot Park. Alternatively, you can take a cruise to Waterhead [North Lake Windermere] with Ambleside a short walk away.

En-Suite Rooms with Tea & Coffee Making Facilities | Four Poster Bed |Television and Radio in all rooms | B&Bs - English breakfast, Continental styles and vegetarian | Lounge | Central Heating | Car Parking | Public Bar | Bar Meals | Restaurant |


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Special Offer

10.% discount
March, April, and May excluding Friday and Saturday and Bank Holidays

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