Second visit to Linthwaite was even better than our first. I like this hotel a lot, small, cosy unpretentious and modern and the views are amazing. Great food at henrock,in the hotel, and also at the Punch Bowl in Crosthwaite
Linthwaite House is a quality hotel in Cumbria with lovely rooms with a fine dining restaurant , we had a junior suite which is a new build situated a short walk from the main hotel but sadly without a lake view
Beautiful Hotel set in Immaculate grounds, fabulous food & wine, Spotlessly Clean, The staff cannot do enough for you! Its a lovely walk into Bowness and a great location nothing negative to say about the Linthwaite hence the reason we keep returning.
What can i say - Excellent hotel - Not the cheapest but you know you are going to be looked after and the food was fantastic (both breakfast and dinner) but in someways limited and expensive although is a la carte. As for the staff they excelled. very professional and friendly at all times. Location wise the hotel has fantastic view over the lake and the mountains and is just under a mile hilly walk from Bowness. Defiantly recommend walking up to the Brant Fell Viewpoint and then down into Bowness Well worth it. Room was small for the price but well maintained. Would i go again - Yes is the answer.
We discovered this place when our holiday abroad was cancelled due to Covid-19 and opted for the Christmas package. From the moment we arrived in the car park I knew we were going to enjoy it. There are sculptures everywhere and the first one we saw was a lovely heart shape that you could view the lake through, great photo opportunity. The staff were warm and welcoming and fully compliant with mask wearing. Our room was lovely, warm and comfortable with a bath and shower and also a fridge which is a bonus. During non-covid times we usually eat out weekly and have dined at some fantastic restaurants but I have to say, the food here is the best I have ever tasted. I was even converted to liking sprouts - they were that tasty! Christmas lunch was not rushed, you might expect the staff to want to go to their own homes so they are to be commended for that, the lunch was absolutely amazing, finishing with a chocolate bauble that astounded. Then, in case we were still hungry (we weren't) we were given a luxury hamper full of fantastic food to eat there or take home, it even included real cutlery so super luxury. Set in very well kept grounds, the ground staff are to be commended, all the way up the drive the hedges were trimmed well and even in the middle of winter, the grounds looked tidy. It was nice to take a walk up to the tarn with its lovely little boating huts, those small touches are very impressive, then coming back to a welcoming roaring log fire - couldn't be better. We only experienced one little problem, the specific champagne we ordered in advance had not been ordered. The somelier did his best to offer alternatives so we can't say he didn't try, it was just an admin error at the end of the day. This place is not cheap but for a fantastic experience, it was worth every penny.…