On the lake
There is a huge number of things to do on Lake Windermere, but a real must is to spend some time on the water. Admire it from a short distance, dip your toe or take the plunge.
The choice is yours.
Windermere Lake Cruises
Explore England’s Largest Lake
Windermere Lake Cruises is a popular Lake District attraction and a great way to explore Lake Windermere.
There are regular sailings to Bowness-on-Windermere, Brockhole and Waterhead, near Ambleside from directly outside the hotel on Lake Windermere.
Windermere Lake Cruises are just next door to the Lakeside making it so easy to just hop on board.
Take to the water…
Our Lakeside rowing boat gets regular use by guests in the warmer months.
For keen paddle boarders our lake shore provides the perfect entry point to push off from although equipment is not provided.
Or, for the very brave, our unique location on the southern shore of Windermere offers open water swimmers direct access to England’s largest natural lake.
Lakeside Moorings Just 15 minutes from junction 36 of the M6
Put your boat on the lake, with amazing scenery, views across Windermere to Gummers How and our wonderful hotel just a stones throw away.
Annual boat moorings run for the 2021 season from 1st April, packages from £4,500+VAT.
- Side on jetty mooring
- Electricity point
- Use of our pool and spa for 2 adults, when staying on your boat
- Complimentary car park voucher valid for 12 months
- 15% discount on spa treatments
- 15% discount on food in the hotel
Moorings for residents are offered on a complimentary basis subject to space being available – please contact us in advance.
Need more information about mooring on Lake Windermere?
Please let us have your contact details and a brief description of your boat and we will come back to you regarding availability and price.