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Swan Hotel

Swan Hotel, Grasmere, Cumbria, UK

United Kingdom

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Keswick Road
LA22 9RF
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0844 879 9120

About Swan Hotel

Built in 1650 as a coaching inn, and mentioned in a Wordsworth poem "The Waggoner", The Swan Hotel, Grasmere is one of the oldest in the Lake District. Nestled in the Cumbrian countryside, with views across the Fells, our cosy and inviting hotel is ideal for walkers and cyclists. With open sunny vistas in summer and blazing log fires in winter, it's the ideal base for exploring the wonders of the Lake District National Park. Afterwards, relax with a delicious meal in our restaurant or enjoy the convivial atmosphere of the Walkers' Bar before retiring to a traditionally - furnished, comfortable room.

At the Swan Hotel in Grasmere we source the freshest, seasonal ingredients from our British larder. Our menus feature an ever-growing selection of organic food and drink. Dine on traditional Lakeland favourites with a modern twist in our welcoming Waggoner's Restaurant. For a more relaxed dining experience, unwind in our comfortable Green Lounge with tea or coffee, a light meal and sumptuous dessert. Rest your eyes on the views across the garden and over to Helm Crag.

Our chefs have the freedom to create menus that are unique and make the most of fresh, seasonal ingredients. After a pre-dinner drink in the Walkers' Bar, enjoy a candlelight meal of tempting British dishes in our Waggoner's Restaurant.The Walkers' Bar is a haven for walkers and locals. Sit by the open fire for a comforting meal from our British menu. Enjoy the bar's genial fe
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Beer Garden or Terrace Beer Garden or Terrace Car Parking Car Parking
Family Friendly Family Friendly Functions or Groups Functions or Groups
Licensed Restaurant Licensed Restaurant Teas & Coffees Teas & Coffees

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6 reviews
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Male age 50-59 from Wisbech
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I concur with the previous review... excellent cuisine that has been carefully prepared by people who know what they are doing (and, yes, the angus beef is something really special).

Also, Walkers' Bar is a relaxed area for hikers and locals alike. You can sit by an open fire and enjoy a plate of homemade fish pie or wild rabbit stew from their 'traditional' menu

Don't hesitate to visit (or stay at) The Swan at Grasmere. It truly lives up to it's reputation.
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Female age 60+ from France & Isle of Man
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What a beautiful place to stay and eat. The weather (as so often in the Lakedistrict) was temperamental, but not our hotel. The staff were brilliant and the food and wine was out of this world. The maitre d' clearly understood his job (more than can be said for some) and my husband did something he has never done before... eaten the same meal three nights running! The angus beef was truly to die for, and they even understand "blue". My God, what a joy! Six stars? Seven? 100?
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