Open fires and comfy chairs add to a country feel. There is a short walk into the village which is... See full review
Mar 5, 2014
Built in 1650 as a coaching inn, and mentioned in a Wordsworth poem "The Wag-goner", The Swan Hotel, Grasmere is one of the oldest in the Lake District. Nestled in the Cumbrian countryside, with views across the Fells, cozy and inviting hotel is ideal for walkers and cyclists. With open sunny vistas in summer and blazing log fires in winter, it's the ideal base for exploring the wonders of the Lake District National Park. Afterwards, relax with a delicious meal in restaurant or enjoy the convivial atmosphere of the Walkers' Bar before retiring to a traditionally - furnished, comfortable room.
Macdonald Swan Hotel Rooms
Classic Double with one double bed includes all the standard amenities.
Classic Twin with two twin beds includes all the standard amenities.
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Open fires and comfy chairs add to a country feel. There is a short walk into the village which is a bit of a dark route on an evening but this did not detract from the stay. Staff were friendly and the breakfast was very good. The only down side
was the restaurant-high price of the wine in the bar, £9 for a glass of Sauvignon Blanc came as a bit of a shock and meant that we stopped at one!