This 18th Century hotel overlooks the shores of Ullswater, the second largest lake in England, and provides luxury accommodation in the heart of the stunning Lake District countryside. Enjoy a great nights sleep in one of our four poster beds, and sample our three course menu - your stay is guaranteed to be a great one, with your every need catered for.
|Silver Crag||This spacious bedroom has a half- tester bed and a private balcony.|
|Waterside||Enjoy the spectacular view of the lake from this luxury bedroom with a four poster bed and domed ceiling.|
|Ravenoaks||This room can be converted into a twin, should it be needed. Boasts a separate lounge and patio doors that lead directly to the beautiful hotel gardens.|
|Mell Fell||This deluxe room is luxuriously decorated and boasts views across the lake.|
|Ullswater||This room has a four poster bed and a Jacuzzi bath in the modern en- suite bathroom.|
|White Knott||The bed in this elegant room can be converted into either a double or twin beds. This room has a private balcony.|
|Winder Green||Double bedroom with a seating area and a balcony.|
|Martindale||Enjoy views across the Lake District fells from this double bedroom, which can be converted into a twin room on request.|
|Elderbeck||This deluxe double room can be converted to a twin room, and boasts a walk- in shower in the en- suite bathroom.|
|Hallin||Relax in the roll- top bath in this double room, which can be converted into a twin bedroom should it be needed.|
|Superior Room||These luxurious bedrooms have either king size, super king size or twin beds, and offer fantastic views over the lake.|
|Standard Room||Standard rooms are spacious and furnished to a high standard, with underfloor heating in the en- suite bathrooms.|
|Willow Cottage||Two bedroomed cottage in the grounds of The Rampsbeck Hotel, with self- catering facilities. Sleeps up to 6 people in a double bedroom, twin bedroom (can be made into a double,) and a double sofa bed in the lounge. Well behaved pets welcome.|
|Holly Cottage||One bedroom self- catering cottage, which can be interlinked with Willow Cottage. This cottage can sleep to to 4 people, in a double bedroom and on a double sofa bed in the lounge.|
All of our bedrooms are equipped with WiFi access, a Sky- enabled television, CD player and Bose radio, a direct dial telephone, mineral water, fruit, tea making facilities, a hairdryer, bathrobe and an ironing board. Strictly no smoking in any of the bedrooms.
Our head chef Ben Wilkinson uses only the finest ingredients in all our meals, and our restaurant has been awarded two AA rosettes.
We offer private dining facilities for up to 16 people, afternoon tea, a cheese selection, Sunday lunch, bar meals and a well- stocked bar.
Rampsbeck Hotel is available for corporate stays, meetings and team building exercises - please get in touch to discuss your requirements.
A range of wedding and civil ceremony packages are available, depending on your needs - from traditional options to a bespoke wedding, we have a dedicated wedding planner on hand to organise your perfect day.
In order to secure a booking, a non- refundable deposit of £50 is required, and we recommend that you take out holiday insurance to cover yourself in the event of a cancellation. Extra beds and cots for children can be added to guest rooms for an extra charge - please inform us of your needs when booking and we can arrange it.
Please enquire directly for full availability and any special deals that we may have on offer.
The area surrounding Rampsbeck Hotel has many outdoor activities to take part in, such as cycling and mountain biking on the many bridle paths, however we recommend you research your route beforehand, due to some of the narrow footpaths.
Rookin House Equestrian and Activity Centre is just four miles from the hotel, and offers a selection of outdoor activities, such as quad biking, go karting, clay pigeon shooting, horse riding and archery.
There are also a number of historic attractions guests may like to visit, including Brougham Castle, Dalemain Historic House & Gardens and Lowther Castle and Gardens Trust.