Grasmere Hotels In The Lake District
4 Star Grasmere hotels in the Lake District, The Grasmere Lake District is located in the county of Cumbria, in North West England. It is also known as "Lakeland". The main geographical feature of the area of the lake district itself (the largest of all England's national parks), are of course, lakes; over twenty five of them, with only Ullswater having any reference to an island in it. The lakes are all of glacial origin, formed during the last ice age.
The Wordsworth Hotel is a beautiful, historic hotel in the heart of Grasmere village. With two acres (0.8 ha) and over 100 years worth traditional English country manor style architecture it offers guests an authentic feel to their stay while they soak up picture postcard views from our rooms or enjoy relaxing on one of many terraces around us that offer stunning mountain scenery!
The hotel is a glorious Victorian Country House full of period features in the centre of Grasmere, one-of picturesque villages. It was built as private country home for wealthy families back around 1871 and still operates under its original premise - providing guests with an authentic experience while they're away from city life!
What is Grasmere known for?
Tucked away in the Lake District, Grasmere is a picturesque village that captured William Wordsworth’s heart. Standing beside its tranquil lake surrounded by rolling hills and majestic mountains, it's no wonder why he described this place as "The most loveliest spot that man hath found." Generations have been inspired to visit Grasmere for centuries - now you can too! Stay in one of the may Grasmere hotels and soak up the surroundings and be inspired.