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Low Wood Bay, located on the lake shore, is the perfect Lake District accommodation to relax and explore nearby towns such as Ambleside and Windermere and the rest of the Lake District National Park.

The Lake District and Lancashire represents some of the most picturesque and idyllic locations in the United Kingdom. With Lake Windermere and a host of other breath taking backdrops, the Lake District truly is an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Low Wood

Hotel Restaurant & Bars

Low Wood Bay Resort Hotel delivers a variety of dining experiences from The Windermere Restaurant, serving a selection of classic European dishes in tastefully modern surroundings to more informal hotel setting of the Langdale Lounge & Bar or the Café del Lago Bar and Bistro with sun terrace overlooking Lake Windermere.

Hotel Leisure & Beauty Facilities

Low Wood Bay Leisure Club boasts a 50ft pool as well as a fully equipped gym, dance and fitness classes room and squash court for the energetic. The leisure club also offers a sauna, steam room, outdoor hot tub and beauty salons offering a range of treatments for those that would prefer to relax.

Low Wood Bay Watersports Centre and Marina

Situated on the Lake Windermere shoreline, the Watersports Centre offers a range of instructional courses and tuition as well as an extensive range of ways to enjoy the lake.

Out & About near the hotel in Windermere and Lake District National Park

Low Wood Bay Resort Hotel, is an ideal place from which to visit the popular nearby towns of Windermere and Ambleside and explore the whole of the Lake District and it’s many attractions.

Low Wood Bay Resort Hotel & Marina is an excellent choice for a short hotel break, special occasion or family holiday, particularly if you want to make the most of the resort hotels extensive indoor and outdoor leisure facilities.


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