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The Daffodil Hotel and Spa

The Daffodil Hotel and Spa


The Daffodil Hotel & Spa offers a stylish and contemporary conference venue surrounded by breathtaking views guaranteed to inspire. With plenty of natural light and two modern conference suites offering views directly over the water at Grasmere, The Daffodil really does mix luxury interiors with spectacular surroundings.

Delegate packages are bespoke and extremely flexible so contact us and let us work in partnership with your business to bring you 4 star conference facilities and service at The Lake District’s newest hotel.

Free broadband internet in bedroomsLeisure facilities onsiteMobile phone coverageGrounds for outdoor activitiesSmoking not allowedFacilities for hearing impairedFacilities for visually impaired

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Keswick Road,
LA22 9PR



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Map reference: NY 341068  Lat: 54.45285 Long: -3.01712

How to get there:

By rail: From the West Coast Main Line, change at Oxenholme for Windermere. From Windermere, take one of the many buses 555/556 or 599. Taxis are readily available from Windermere train station. The jouney is about seven miles.

By road: Situated on the A591, Grasmere is easily accessible from the M6 motorway, exiting at jct 36.

The A591
The section of this road from Windermere to Keswick via Ambleside and Grasmere has been rightly voted by a popular motoring section as the most scenic in the country. It runs alongside Lake Windermere, Rydal Water, Grasmere, over Dunmail Raise with Helvellyn on one side and Thirlmere on the other, the magnificent views toward St Johns in the Vale and Blencathra and finally to the panorama of Derwentwater as you begin the descent to Keswick.

Kirkstone Pass
Take the A591 from Grasmere to the mini-roundabout on the outskirts of Ambleside and its exit leading to the highest pass open to traffic in the Lake District where some sections have a gradient of 1 in 4. Wordsworth wrote "it is most potent when mists veil the sky". Apparently this steep winding road, originally a drovers track, was named so after a large stone landmark on the roadside which from some angles resembles a church steeple, hence "Kirkstone".


  • Free broadband internet in bedroomsFree broadband internet in bedrooms
  • Leisure facilities onsiteLeisure facilities onsite
  • Mobile phone coverageMobile phone coverage
  • Grounds for outdoor activitiesGrounds for outdoor activities
  • Smoking not allowedSmoking not allowed
  • Facilities for hearing impairedFacilities for hearing impaired
  • Facilities for visually impairedFacilities for visually impaired

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