Hill Crest Country Guest House in the Lake District is a five star award winning establishment offering beautiful accommodation, a warm welcome and exceptional hospitality. The guest house is ideally located for walking and sightseeing in the Lake District and Furness peninsula with many attractions close by. Hill Crest is situated at the southern tip of Lake Windermere, 1 mile from the Lake and Newby Bridge, Cumbria.
Enjoy a delicious breakfast at Hill Crest cooked by the owner a trained chef, with locally sourced ingredients. Extensive breakfast options are available please view the website for full menu.
Each individually designed room ensures your stay is luxurious and comfortable, featuring five star shower Text taken from thebandbdirectory.co.uk rooms and boasting stunning views of the surrounding countryside. All rooms are equipped with flat screen TVís and a well-stocked tea tray with homemade biscuits.
There are a variety of rooms including Ground floor double and a king size room with an adjoining twin perfect for a family. All rooms are en suite. Enjoy the contemporary shower rooms which complement each bedroom and have good size shower cubicles with powerful showers, toasty under floor heating and a towel warmer to keep those super soft bath sheet towels warm. Enjoy the fragrance of the new organic Bath House toiletries also sourced locally.
There are a good selection of pubs and restaurants in the area, some within walking distance. Ample off road parking is available, as is secure overnight storage for bikes and motorcycles.
Visit some of the popular local attractions:
Haverthwaite and lakeside steam railway.
Lakeland Motor Museum.
Windermere Lake Cruises.
Fell Foot Park.
Holker Hall and Gardens.
For more information please visit our website.
Rates: From £90 - £110 per room per night based on 2 sharing.
Please enquire for family room rates.
4 parking spaces.
Disabled facilities - please enquire for exact details.
Winner of Guest Accommodation of the Year Award.
Winner of Outstanding Customer Service Award.
Sorry, no children.