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Located on the shores of Grasmere, The Daffodil brings contemporary style, elegance and romance to the heart of The Lake District.
At The Daffodil each wedding is unique and personal to the couple getting married. We have created two contemporary wedding experiences with the seasons in mind.
We have two stylish suites to offer, both with access to our terrace, boasting beautiful views across the lake and Cumbrian fells. This stunning setting provides you with a backdrop of natural beauty, perfect for your photographs.
The Waterside Suite can accommodate up to 250 guests complete with a private bar and lounge. The Prince of Wales Suite is perfect for smaller weddings with the capacity for up to 90 guests. Both of our suites are licensed for civil ceremonies and can be arranged for your ceremony, wedding breakfast and evening reception.
The luxe, contemporary style and abundance of natural light provides a neutral backdrop that can be decorated to suit any colour-scheme or theme.
Our stunning bedrooms and indulgent suites are perfect for you and your overnight guests.
A luxurious, stylish wedding venue in the heart of the romantic Lake District. Book an appointment with our Wedding Planner and start planning your special day!
NY 341068 54.45285 -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 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.
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".