Zoom virtual backgrounds
While you might not be able to be with us right now, mix up your 9 to 5 with Another Place. Add our images to your Zoom backgrounds and get up on the fells, out on the lake or float in our pool with a view.
Opposite the hotel, through our windows and from the lakeshore, you will be met with the view of Arthur’s Pike. Just a short drive from the hotel, you can earn this view of the hotel on a two-hour walk from start to finish. Photo by Sam Crosby.
Wherever you climb in the Ullswater valley, you get views like this. Long green valleys with faraway peaks. In the Ullswater valley, part of The Far Eastern Fells written by Alfred Wainwright, you will find 36 of his recommended walks. Photo by Sam Crosby.
Hello neighbour – sheep on the hill
Farming has been part of the Ullswater valley for a thousand years. Look across from the hotel and you’ll see a hand-built, dry-stone wall, first put up in the Mediaeval period to keep flocks from wandering too far. Photo by Sam Crosby.
The hotel from Pooley Bridge
You can glimpse us here from Pooley Bridge, the nearest village. Catch a steamer around the lake, a coffee and cake and a quiet pint by the river when you are out exploring. Photo by Sam Crosby.
Summer oak tree
Winds often blow down the lake, but far from being unpleasant, from under this oak tree, the sound of leaves can be one of life’s simple pleasures. Photo by Holly Donnelly.
Snow on the jetty
This is where you push off in a kayak, launch from with a paddleboard and step off to get out for a swim. Snow, or not, this is where our lake adventures begin. Photo by Neil Haydock.