Ratings based on 6 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
4.5 Service & staff
4.7 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Car park for 4x4'sPosted Aug 27, 2013
Pros: Staff were pleasant, good selection of ales. comfortable beds.
Cons: The interior shelves of the wardrobes did not look too clean, we avoided using it.. Fix the holes in the car park. Wi-fi & TV text would be good
Location: Close to Scaffell Pike and Cats Bell for walking. A few miles from Keswick for shopping or eating out.
The room was nice and, apart from the wardrobe, was clean and the beds were comfortable. We were right above the bar but fortunately it closes quite early. For dinner we walked a mile to an Inn both nights as the lunch we had in the bar when we arrived took nearly an hour to arrive and was not all that good. The alternative was a rather expensive fixed price 3 course menu in the hotel which did not look too inspiring. Judging by how empty it was others thought the same. There is Wi-Fi available apparently but it seems like you would have to stand in the reception to use it? The overflow car park is in very poor condition and I heard a few cars grounding over the bumps and holes. There was a good selection of real ales in the bar and the bar staff were efficient and pleasant. We did ask for a bulb to be changed in the room but that did not happen.
for Familiesby Rose from Bristol
Very nice hotel and wonderful locationPosted Aug 5, 2013 on Hotels.com
The staff were very nice and friendly, although, I was accused of 'joking' when asked if I could order room service breakfast when checking into the hotel. The hotel did suffer from a couple of leaks whilst we were there, but in fairness, it did rain very hard whilst I was there for 4 days. The breakfast was good and the dining room pleasant. Food in the pub, attached to the hotel, was sufficient to sustain us following a long days hiking. Eating locations within the hotel are a bit confusing, more information on this should be made available. During a warm evening, it would have been nice to eat outside, but this was not allowed.
Recommendedby Walker from Cumbria
Perfect for the Cumbria Way walk.Posted Apr 2, 2013 on Hotels.com
Stayed here for one night during a walking holiday as hotel is directly on the path of the Cumbria Way. The hotel was quiet due to snow but all staff were very friendly and attentive. The room was lovely with a luxury bathroom and toiletries. We had dinner in the adjoining bar (rather than the restaurant) and had a very good bar meal and excellent choice of well kept real ales. Breakfast was overall very good although a little disappointing there were no veggie cooked items available. The hotel is in a beautiful area but no mobile phone signal due to the surrounding hills.
for Everyoneby Pamela from Norfolk .U.K.
Great place to relaxPosted Nov 17, 2012
The staff make this hotel. They are polite, friendly, helpful at all times. Our room (no 7) was comfortable, well maintained. Bathroom was excellent. Could be noisy in summer as the entrance to the pub is just below. Dinner and breakfast very good. Mobile phones do not work, so it is an excellent place to concentrate on the family or relax with a good book! The scenery is wonderful and of course it is walkers paradise.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Mar 7, 2012 on Hotels.com
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Scafell Hotel ,RosthwaitePosted Jun 15, 2011 on Hotels.com
A very comfortable hotel with an extremely relaxing ambience. Room was very welll decorated if a little dark for my taste. Did not eat in the restaurant other than for breakfast which was well cooked , though the black pudding was a bit dodgy. The main Riverside bar at the rear of the hotel which is really the village pub , was very good indeed. Well attended with a good selection of real ales. The food served in the bar was aleays well received and looked of good quality. Overall , a very pleasant 2 day stay.