Each of the hotel’s 31 individually-designed guest bedrooms and suites, with their mix of contemporary and traditional styles, has been created with quality, luxury and comfort in mind.
Most of have been recently refurbished to make them even more luxurious and comfortable for you. With modern décor, stylish furnishings and brand new contemporary bathroom suites, including spacious walk in wet rooms and wall-mounted televisions. Sink into their big comfortable beds, refresh yourself in their beautiful bathrooms, and relax in the lovely atmosphere of this historic country house.
Nearly all rooms have glorious views across Windermere to the Lake District fells beyond. To get closer to the wild, have a look at Storrs Lodges, log cabins on the shores of Windermere. Set in the magnificent landscaped, wooded grounds of Storrs Hall, these lodges occupy a stunning location overlooking Windermere in the heart of the Lake District.
on the lake.
It may well be tempting to spend all your time feasting your eyes on the views through panoramic windows. But when you do manage to tear yourself away, you’re in for a mouth-watering choice of fabulous food and drink. Award winning Head Chef, Conor Toomey leads a team who delight
in taking deliciously fresh, seasonal local ingredients and creating sensational dishes that make fine dining at Storrs Hall a truly outstanding experience.
The Restaurant introduces you to a mouth-watering selection of our Head Chef's award-winning culinary delights. Take a seat and be captivated by the stunning views of Lake Windermere and the surrounding mountains. As one of the finest Lake District restaurants, Storrs Hall Restaurant is the ideal choice for eating out in Cumbria.
THE TOWER BAR
The ideal setting for pre-dinner drinks as well as whiling away the hours into the evening.
A delicious treat in a delicious location! Enjoy sumptuous Afternoon Tea, by stunning Lake Windermere. Storrs Hall has long been one of the most popular venues for afternoon tea in the Lake District, where the English favourite can be enjoyed in the relaxing atmosphere of the country house, on lawns leading down to the lake or in the beautiful surroundings of the hotel, the perfect way to spend an afternoon.
All in the detail. Exceptionally attentive service and dedication to detail make Storrs Hall a great experience, whether you’re saying for a leisure break, a wedding, a business meeting or some fine dining. Little things make a big difference, and everyone in the team is committed to making your visit special.
24-hour room service and every bedroom and suite is equipped with tea and coffee-making facilities, Freeview television and complimentary Wi-Fi internet access. Storrs Hall's has its own exclusive jetty and slipway if you wanted to launch a boat on the lake.
During your stay, look out for lots of extra little touches to enhance your stay and if there’s anything more they can do for you, you only have to ask.
You will be spoilt for choice on things to do in the local area… in all kinds of weather!
On the water, take a cruise on Windermere or steam yacht gondola on Coniston Water and visit John Ruskins House ‘Brantwood’. Head for the hills with a walk up to Rosthwaite heights, perhaps pack a bottle of bubbly to enjoy at the top whilst taking in the views. Head to Aira Force Waterfall in Glenridding to this stunning waterfall with a beautiful walk and Storrs Hall luxury picnic.
Grizedale Forest has bikes for hire or visit 'Go Ape' for some high rope adrenaline or simply enjoy the walks with beautiful woodland sculptures. Nearby play golf at Windermere Golf Club or visit Sizergh Castle and gardens, a beautiful medieval house with rich gardens and estate.
Take your stay to new heights, book a hot air balloon ride. Take off from Storrs Hall front lawn for a hot air balloon ride to remember and enjoy the beautiful views of the lakes and mountains.
Indoors, there is World of Beatrix Potter attraction in Bowness – meet Peter rabbit and all his friends. Lakeland Motor Museum, Blackwell House, Lakes Aquarium, Wordsworth’s house ‘Dove Cottage’ which must be combined with a trip into Grasmere for some of the famous Grasmere Gingerbread.
Or, take the guilt free lazy option and snuggle up in the lounge with open fires, a book and hot chocolate.