Please note that Linthwaite House closed on 18th June for refurbishment and are due to reopen at the begining of March 2018. The Hotel was acquired by Leeu Collection, who are upgrading the property and aim to bring an "even better, more beautiful Linthwaite House" with "brand new restaurant, new look, new chef and new style of food".
Harden's survey result
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Change may be in the air at this Edwardian country house hotel – set in 14 acres, with a fine Lakeland location overlooking Lake Windermere – which achieved solid ratings in this year’s survey. In April, it was acquired by a South African group (the Leeu Collection), and August 2016 saw the appointment of a new chef, David Aspin.
A fine Lakeland location sets the scene at this well-known Edwardian hotel, overlooking Windermere, where the ambitious cuisine is well-rated (if, sometimes, “varying – often extremely well done but occasionally missing its mark”).
Still fewer reports than we would like, but this hotel above Windermere is tipped as an “enjoyable” destination in “traditional” style, where the cooking is of a “very high standard”.
Reports on this hotel above Windermere remain scarcer than we’d like, but its dining room is again tipped for “well-presented fare of a high standard”, and it offers “the service and ambience one should expect of a well-run country house”.
We're open daily for restaurant lunches, terrace lunches, afternoon tea and dinner.
The restaurant comprises three dining rooms, The Mirror Room, The Billiard Room and the Boardroom (two of which can be used for private dining), and also serve as stunning function rooms for weddings at Linthwaite.