• Discover the Lake District with a night at the Waterhead Hotel, Coniston
• Enjoy dinner, get away
£169.00 from Virgin Experience Days
Get away for a night with dinner in the stunning Lake District at the Waterhead Hotel, Coniston. Forming part of the Lake District National Park, Coniston and the Waterhead Hotel are the ideal base to relax and explore this special region. You’ll spend the night in one of the hotel’s characterful double or twin rooms, all fully equipped with every modern amenity. The grounds of the hotel go all the way down to the shore of Coniston Water where you could if desired pick up a steamer to tour the historic water. There’s plenty of local history to experience, with the hotel playing host to the illustrious likes of Victorian artist, John Ruskin. Coniston itself has long literary affiliations, with the nearby Water the inspiration for Arthur Ransome’s, Swallows and Amazons. As part of your experience, you’ll receive £30 dinner allowance to enjoy dinner served up with outstanding views of the Coniston Old Man. With delicious, locally sourced fare, you’re both sure of something tasty to make your evening. On the morning after your stay, you can enjoy a satisfying breakfast once again overlooking glorious scenery.
Extra information about this Short Breaks experience
One night stay at the Waterhead Hotel, Coniston Located in the Lake District National Park £30 dinne
Upon arrival at the Waterhead Hotel, you’ll be welcomed by a member of staff before making your way to your double or twin accommodation for the night. Once you’re settled in, you’re free to spend your time doing as much or as little as you like. Rest up and get away from it all at your comfortable hotel, or set out and explore some of the very best the Lake District has to offer. In the evening of your stay, you can enjoy dinner in the hotel restaurant with £30 dinner allowance each. Take breakfast in the morning looking onto magnificent Lake District scenery.
Participant guidelines: Minimum age: 18 The experience content, equipment used and restrictions may
Cumbria – Coniston