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Sleep under the starry sky, or amongst the mature oak trees. Drink coffee from your garden terrace close, or sip cocktails around the fire pit. Outside is our latest collection of new rooms and spaces within the grounds.

Guests also have all the hotel spaces available to them including Swim Club with the lake-view pool, the outdoor hot tub, library, Kids’ Zone and two restaurants.

Six handcrafted shepherd huts

Expertly crafted at Blackdown Shepherd Huts using sustainable French oak cladding, the double-braced huts have stargazing roofs over free-standing baths, a lounge area with a log burner. Stare at the stars while cosy under the covers, then sip your morning coffee on your garden terrace.

The couple huts have copper baths in front of double windows; the family huts have an extra bunk room for two children. All are secluded within the rhododendrons with generous views of the lake and outdoor fire pits.

The shepherd huts are all dog friendly.

A treehouse amongst the oak trees

Hidden with a seculded spot within the hotel grounds and connected by glazed walkways, a large double bedroom and twin bedroom look out onto floor-to-ceiling views across the grounds to the lake and fells beyond.the treehouse is our largest suite.

Soak your worries away in the freestanding bath that sits on the deck. Step inside to the inviting sofa area, log burner and reclaimed oak floors that reveal a thoughtful design approach. Concrete-free, the wooden frame blends into the surrounding mature trees.

The treehouse is dog friendly.

The Victorian Glasshouse

Our new glasshouse is the closest building to the water’s edge.

Have breakfast, coffee, lunch, and convivial feast nights – or do yoga and creative workshops inside. Next to the kitchen garden and opening up towards the lakeshore with panoramic views, the pizza oven will be a focal point and showcase our Italian chef’s authentic woodfired pizza, served throughout the day.

Sheep shed

Next to the glass house is the ‘Sheep shed’ lakeside cabin for warm year-round changing, showers, wetsuit drying post-swim, paddleboard, kayak, and everything else that beckons on Britain’s second-largest lake.