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First time at this hotel and it has been a revelation. We stayed in a comfortable and well equipped dog friendly cottage next to the main hotel so got the best of self catering and access to hotel facilities. Dogs are welcome in the public...More
I stayed for a 3-night break to do some fell walking. The room, service and restaurant were excellent with great attention to detail. I could not fault this hotel. It was expensive but I certainly got what I paid for,
Small selection of fine sandwiches, a platter of cakes and scones with an almost elderly supply of delicious TEA.
Sandwich bread and some cakes seemed to be verging towards the stale but not so far gone to be worth a grumble, I'd rather they were...More
I booked this hotel through The Telegraph and was unsure of what to expect. The staff were really friendly and helpful, the room was beautifully appointed and the chef went out of his way to produce a stunning vegetarian menu.
Lovely gardens leading onto the...More
We booked the Rampsbeck Hotel after seeing an offer in a newspaper (The Telegraph, I think) and if I'm to be truthful our expectations were not that high as we've seen too many hotels in the lakes living off the views rather than their service....More
Hi, unfortunately we do not have a lift at Rampsbeck, our accessible rooms are on the ground floor. If you have already booked we suggest that you contact us on 01768 486442 and we can discuss the options with you. Regards... More
Hi, unfortunately we do not have a lift at Rampsbeck, our accessible rooms are on the ground floor. If you have already booked we suggest that you contact us on 01768 486442 and we can discuss the options with you. Regards, Rampsbeck Hotel