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Glen Rothay Hotel and Badger Bar

Glen Rothay Hotel and Badger Bar,Ambleside Information
This charming coaching inn dates right back to 1624 and is a favourite with holiday-makers and walkers alike as it is so close to many well-known walks for all ages and abilities. The hotel has eight large, en suite bedrooms, some with four-poster beds. The friendly Badger Bar serves a mouth-watering menu of home-made food as well as a fine selection of real ales from local Cumbrian breweries, and depending on the season you can enjoy your sustenance in front of blazing log fires or outside in the attractive beer garden. Nearby walks include the Coffin Route (part of an attractive circular walk talking in the shores of Rydal Water and Grasmere), Loughrigg, the Fairfield Horseshoe and many other walks of varying levels and lengths. The Glen Rothay Hotel takes its environmental responsibilities very seriously - we now recycle over 95% or our waste. Even the scraps of cooked food are not thrown away; we feed the local badger population every night which is a popular spectacle for visitors, residents, locals and many a passing naturalist photographer.
 
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Glen Rothay Hotel and Badger Bar
Glen Rothay Hotel
Rydal
Lancashire
England
LA22 9LR
Map and Directions
parking
  • Car parking available onsite
Children
  • Cots available
Credit cards
Visa/Delta, Mastercard, Switch/Maestro, Visa Debit
smoking
  • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
pets
  • Pets Allowed
Price(s)
Prices from £100
bedrooms
8
leisure facilities
  • TV
facilities
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Telephone In Each Room
directions
The Glen Rothay Hotel is situated on the A591 between Ambleside and Grasmere. From the South: From J36 of the M6, follow the A590 / A591 towards Windermere and then on to Ambleside. Just over a mile after leaving Ambleside (towards Keswick, still on the A591) you will enter the village of Rydal. 100 yards after the turning to Rydal Mount and Rydal Hall, you will see the Glen Rothay Hotel and Badger Bar on the right. The car park is after the Hotel on the right. From the North: Follow the A591 south from Keswick towards Grasmere and Ambleside. Two miles after passing Grasmere you will enter Rydal and see the Glen Rothay Hotel on the left. The entrance to the car park is before the Hotel and is clearly signed.