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Ullswater and the fells as a backdrop on a sunny day
Ullswater and the fells as a backdrop on a sunny day
Another Place, The Lake
Views of Ullswater to the fells beyond
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OUR STORY SO FAR

The idea

Our aim is simple. To create a relaxed, convivial hotel connected to the great outdoors and its exceptional lakeside location.

The plan

Maintain the original Georgian building, adding a new library, Rampsbeck Restaurant and The Living Space. Create 20 additional bedrooms, family suites and Swim Club, our take on a spa including a swimming pool and treatment rooms. All ahead of our opening in August 2017.

Build timeline

JUNE 2017:

20m jetty reaching into Ullswater completed.

MAY 2017:

New 20 bedroom wing completed.

MARCH 2017:

Planning agreed for a finger jetty from the shoreline into the lake.

FEBRUARY 2017:

Bedroom wings are now watertight.
Second fix begins on some of the bedrooms.

JANUARY 2017:

Swim Club foundations and steelwork complete.

OCTOBER 2016:

Bedroom wings dug and foundations poured.

Partition walls taken down in the original building giving the space to build The Living Space and large open-kitchen restaurant.

SEPTEMBER 2016:

Interior designers order furniture, tiles and other accessories. 
Vegetable patch and herb garden planted.
Clearing and preparing the site ready for build.

JUNE 2016:

Household interior designers appointed.

FEBRUARY 2016:

Plans approved by local authorities. Another Place: The Lake becomes a reality.

Architect appointed and plans drawn up.

Family suite hotel bedroom at Another Place, The Lake

A brief history

Another Place hotels are for people who want to experience a new environment to its full, without losing a sense of home and belonging.

Sat in 18 acres of National Park, less than 100m away from the shores of Ullswater, it’s easy to see why we couldn’t pass on this place.

  • Originally built as a private home in 1714
  • Converted into a hotel in 1747
  • Large reception rooms added in the Victorian era
  • In the mid 19th Century it was the private residence of Francis Baring Atkinson, a member of the famous Baring Bank family.
  • Commissioned as a Lycée for French and Belgian evacuee children during the Second World War
  • Bought and developed into country house style Rampsbeck Hotel by the Grundy family in 1945
  • Acquired by Another Place in May 2015
  • Works begin for Another Place, The Lake in  September 2016
Learn to kayak on Ullswater in the Lake District
Sailing on Ullswater at Another Place, The Lake
Feet dangling over the lake