A new era has begun for Low Wood Bay Resort & Spa as it becomes the Lake District’s first world class resort hotel.
Low Wood Bay has a fantastic reputation as one of the best Lake District Hotels for its choice of facilities and stunning lakeside location on the shores of Lake Windermere.
New dining experience ‘Blue Smoke on the Bay’ and fantastic Atrium lounge now open to all.
Low Wood Bay offers a range of individually styled bedrooms, with seven categories of room to choose from.
TheWillow and Hazel rooms offer everything you would expect from a four star Lake District Hotel, whilst the Lime and Oak rooms are perfect if you’re looking to treat yourself to something a bit special!
The tastefully modern Windermere Restaurant serves a selection of classic European dishes.
Surrounded by stunning mirrored wall panelling, sumptuous chairs and fine crystal ware and crockery and not to mention its stunning outlook, over Lake Windermere, the Windermere Restaurant is certain to impress more than just your taste-buds.
The Blue Smoke on the Bay is the new Lake District dining experience; it icombines the exciting woodfired grill creating international dishes served in a stylish setting enjoying stunning lake views.
The Langdale Lounge & Bar offers a relaxing environment in the heart of the resort with views across the Langdale Pikes.
The meeting point to enjoy a chilled glass of champagne or a cocktail mixed by one of the experienced mixologists.
The Health Club at Low Wood Bay – The exceptional indoors meets the great outdoors.
The Health Club at Low Wood Bay is not just a Club. It is a place of relaxation, a lifestyle, exclusive to members and hotel guests. You’ll be able to enjoy a wide range of exceptional facilities. A new level of fitness in theextensive indoor and outdoor class activities.
The Low Wood Bay Marina enjoys an enviable location on the north-eastern shores of lake Windermere, part way between the popular Lake District tourist hubs of Windermere and Ambleside with spectacular views across the lake to the Langdale Pikes and central lakeland fells.
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