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Pouring drinks outside on the shores of Ullswater at Another Place, The Lake
Another Place, The Lake
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Bringing people together inspires almost everything we do. The hotel and grounds are social spaces that can be adapted and curated in all sorts of ways. You can have your wedding, party or private dinner here in the style that suits you best. Or you can come to an event to see music, food and arts light up this corner of the Lakes.

Think outside


Overlooking Ullswater, considered by many to be England’s most beautiful lake, our hotel and grounds can’t fail to provide a romantic backdrop to your wedding. We have licensed spaces in which you can get married and the option to have a marquee. Our weddings are exclusive-use, meaning you and your guests have the hotel to yourselves.

Private Dining

Whether it’s a simple catch up with friends or a family celebration, our space in Rampsbeck is a more intimate dining experience. We can offer our private dining space for up to 20 guests; minimum numbers apply on weekends and in school holidays.

Corporate meetings in the pvate dining room at Another Place, The Lake in the Lake District.


With views towards the lake the private meeting space in Rampsbeck Restaurant is a lovely, sunny space for small meetings or private dinners for up to 20 people. There is free WiFi throughout the hotel and a flat screen and flip charts can be provided.

Corporate meetings in the pvate dining room at Another Place, The Lake in the Lake District.
Bubbles amongst the crowds at Kendal Calling
Couple taking part in a running event at Kendal Mountain Festival


As well as local music, food and arts events, we’ll be hosting a range of seasonal and festive get-togethers, such as garden gatherings and Christmas and New Year house parties. All events offer a warm atmosphere and great food and drink. Sign up to our newsletter to find out the latest.

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Bride and groom on their wedding day at Another Place
Mother and daughter embrace in the evening light on the shores of Ullswater