Awarded Cumbria's Small Hotel of the Year just last summer...
With the Lake District being announced last year as the Britain's newest UNESCO World Heritage Site, you may well be considering a short break or longer holiday in this lovely region. Well, if you’re searching for that perfect Lake District break, then look no further! Situated on the edge of picturesque Grasmere village, and nestling in two acres of riverside gardens surrounded by majestic fells, the 2018/19 Cumbria Tourism Small Hotel of the Year, Rothay Garden is the perfect choice for a relaxing Lakeland break.
Owned and operated by Chris Carss and his dedicated team for nearly 30 years, Rothay Garden offers style, comfort, relaxation and award-winning food and professional hospitality to all its guests. Thirty beautiful bedrooms and suites, a stylish Garden Restaurant and the delightful Riverside Spa all combine to ensure you have the Lake District break that you wish for.
For many, Rothay Garden is a secret they want to keep to themselves, for others it’s a secret waiting to be discovered. Whatever the time of year, you can enjoy a special short break or holiday here in Grasmere – the jewel of the Lakes.
Rothay Garden Team May 24 2016
Of course there’s never a shortage of activities and places to explore in the Lake District as a whole, but we’re also very fortunate to have a jam-packed calendar of events on our doorstep in Grasmere, and with our Summer Saver Breaks, you can enjoy all that there is to offer, for less. Here are just a few of the upcoming events this June and July:Celebrate the Queen’s 90th Birthday in
Scott Winstanley April 15 2016
Our guest blogger this month is passionate Cumbrian angler and artist Scott Winstanley, who has a wealth of fantastic tips and reflections on exploring and fishing the Lake District Tarns. “The word ‘tarn’ comes from the Norse word tjorn meaning a small lake or pond. It’s a term used quite extensively in Northern England and refers not only to the high corrie lakes of the Cumbrian Mountains