Macdonald Swan Hotel

Built-in 1650, the Grasmere Hotel is a coaching inn, mentioned in Wordsworth's poem “The Waggoner”, one of the oldest hotels in the Lake District.
Nestled in the Cumbrian countryside, this intimate hotel offers views of Fells and is ideal for walkers and cyclists. The sunny views of the summer and the fires of the winter are ideal bases for exploring the wonders of the Lake District National Park.
Afterwards, enjoy a delicious meal in the hotel’s restaurant or enjoy the joy of the Walkers'Bar before returning to the comfort of your traditionally furnished room.

Follow the footsteps of characters like Sir Walter Scott and William Wordsworth. Overnight at the historic Macdonald Swan Hotel in Grasmere. You will enjoy the comfort of your own room. After a long day out, take off your boots in the drying room and enjoy a rest in the comfortable big bed. Upgrade to the Executive Room, some rooms have garden views, or you can use the signature or four-poster room with a canopy bed. Interconnecting rooms are available and the family room can accommodate 2 adults and 2 children under 12 years old (additional charges may apply). There is also an accessible bedroom on the ground floor. All rooms are located on the first and second floors of the hotel.

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