Fells and Firesides

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Let Hillthwaite warm you up this Winter…

The fire will be roaring in both our Earlston Lounge and Residents Lounge, giving you the perfect opportunity to warm up after a day out and about, both rooms boasting beautiful views of the Lakeland Fells.

Stay for two nights or more and enjoy reduced dinner inclusive rates, with a welcome glass of mulled wine and a complimentary cream tea to relish in during your stay (of course it has to be Mince Pies in December) – and the log fired lounges make the ideal place to sit and enjoy…

Available for bookings in December 2018, and January – February 2019

Discounted prices starting in a cosy double room from just £150
per night based on two people sharing*

Cooked to order Cumbrian breakfast, with continental options available as well

Three-course dinner included each night of your stay, served in our candle-lit restaurant

Package includes a Cream Tea for Two, consisting of Homemade Scones, Jam and Fresh Clotted Cream (Homemade Mince Pie’s in December) and a glass each of warming Mulled Wine

Stop in by the fire with a complimentary daily newspaper. We have a great selection of hot beverages which can be purchased – a suitable companion for an afternoon reading the paper

Stay warm and cosy in bed a little longer with a complimentary late 12:00 noon checkout

Free unlimited wi-fi throughout the building, and onsite free parking


Starting rates per room, per night for booking a two-night winter break:


Cosy Rooms £150 per night (down from £189)

Classic Rooms £175 per night (down from £219)

Classic Plus Rooms £205 per night (down from £259)

Occasion Rooms £245 per night (down from £309)

Signature Rooms £275 per night (down from 349)

To book online go to click here and enter at least a two night stay in December, January or February


Call to book on 015394 43636 or email reception@hillthwaite.com to make an enquiry

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