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The Langdale Hotel offers a choice of high quality 4-star bedrooms in a variety of styles. All the 56 rooms include Sealy beds manufactured locally in Wigton, Cumbria made up with the finest Egyptian cotton linen, down filled duvets and luxurious finishing touches. Unfortunately no pets on site.
Me and the boyfriend stayed here over the summer, the hotel was stunning! Great facilities and the spa was just what we needed! We had Breakfast included which was delicious,plenty of choices and the staff was very helpful! We shared the Lamb one evening in the restaurant..wow. It was the best Lamb i’ve ever tasted! - highly recommended! We had a great stay, and would definitely come back again.
Lovely hotel on The Langdale Estate (but the Brimstone Hotel looks nicer). Hotel buildings are not connected to reception meaning there's a bit of a trek if you need to go there like when our key didn't work (no phone signal to call them). This was obviously a pain, and it was chucking it down, but the staff responded very quickly.
Enjoyed the spa for a few hours, very nice, clean and plenty of choice of different types of sauna and steam rooms. Deli at the spa and drinks allowed in the pool area. Room lovely and spacious and clean.
We had dinner at Stove which was gorgeous, as was their breakfast.
Only drawback-check out a little too early at 10.30am.
Six of us stayed at Langdale Lodges self catering in The Lake District. Check in was easy, and our lodge ready at 4 pm. Everything you could need is there in the lodge including a sauna and drying cupboard for wet walking gear. Taking your own food and drinks makes it a cheap stay and you eat what you like to eat. The lodge slept 6 with 2 bathrooms and a good choice of available channels on the TV. Use of the spa is included in your stay as well as the pool and gym. We had a fab time and will definitely be booking again. Winter or Summer it’s a great stay in the heart of the lakes. Would recommend you give it a try.
I have just made a visit to use the spa and gym, under a reciprocal arrangement with a local inn. But I was apparently not welcome because I had my dogs in the car; not running around, just sitting inside. “We don’t allow dogs on the ‘estate’.” Me: “They are in the car”. He: “Dogs are not allowed on the estate.” Me: “What is the logic in that?” He: “It’s our policy and I don’t have to explain it to you.’ It may also be policy to describe a cluster of overpriced timeshare huts as an ‘estate’, but that doesn’t alter the fact that the bespectacled bloke on reception is rude and smug in equal measure. He reminds me of that part of the anatomy between the coccyx and the top of the thighs. Completely.
We spent just one night at Langdale and really wished we had booked longer. The layout is not standard for the UK its more like an upmarket Caribbean or Indian Ocean hotel The reception is in a separate building from the accommodation and restaurant area. The site comprises the bedroom buildings, the Brimstone Hotel, the restaurant and leisure facilities and quite a few Lakeland stone chalets. The site is sympathetically laid out to fit with the surroundings and the paths are easy to walk down. The room (the larger signature) was of a decent size and had all the usual facilities. The bed was comfortable and very big. We didn't hear any noise from other rooms and had a really good nights sleep. The Spa was a new experience for my partner and he enjoyed the 'spa journey' especially the indoor/outdoor pool. The general leisure facilities are good too. The swimming pool is long enough for a decent swim and wasn't too crowded (Thursday night).Stoves restaurant has a Pizza oven so you can guess what my partner had. I had the fish and chips and they were better than many I have tasted (in chippy's, pub's & restaurant's). The price was reasonable - dishes were just a £1 or two more expensive than the local pubs but worth it for the surroundings and atmosphere (for a more special occasion than a pub dinner). Being the Lake District there is no shortage of good walks on the door step. There is the flat walk along the river to Ambleside and for the more adventurous the hills are calling. We will definitely return.