The Glenridding Hotel is nestled in the iconic surroundings of the Lake District, overlooking the picturesque fell of Helvellyn, the perfect base to explore Cumbria from.
Whether you want to soak in the views from the top of a mountain, or from the water, there is something for everyone. Located just a stone's throw from Ullswater, there are countless activities for the watersports enthusiasts as well as numerous walking trails around the lake and through the fells.
Serving up delicious homemade food all day every day, The Glenridding Hotel is an ideal place to sit back and relax after a busy day exploring. With our well-stocked bar, you can enjoy a refreshing glass of your favourite tipple to round off the day. Rest your head in one of our fantastic en-suite rooms, with everything you need for a good night's sleep.
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Travelling on the A66 from the direction of Penrith, take the exit onto the A592. Stay on this road all the way to The Glenridding Hotel.
Sat Nav co-ordinates: 54.543756595442716, -2.9487715259761993
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Penrith Rail Station: 25 minutes Manchester Airport: 1 hour 50 minutes
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