- 30 guest reviews
"The members of staff were really friendly but the stay wasn't long enough to get to enjoy their company more..."
"Last minute decision struggled to book a room and managed to get in to the Rusland Pool Hotel (last room). What a find, lovely hotel, friend..."
"Champagne chilled was requested for our arrival It was there waiting for us and the room was delightful as well as the stay Really friendl..."
"Very enjoyable stay everyone friendly and attentive.my fiance had booked a room with a four poster bed as a surprise for me, very nice,very..."
"Beautiful hotel, pleasant helpful friendly staff, great price ! I'd give the Rusland pool 10 stars if I could. Definitely going back very so..."
About the hotel
Rusland Pool Hotel, was built in 1814 and is a popular destination for both holidaymakers and business travellers alike, whilst enjoying a reputation amongst the locals for a very high standard of food and a friendly, informal service. Situated beside the A590 between Newby Bridge and Ulverston, the main thoroughfare to and from South Lakeland, the Furness and Cartmel Peninsulas & the West Cumbrian coast and just within the Lake District National Park, we offer a warm welcome. We offer an extensive home cooked menu, supplemented by mouthwatering chef's specials, that will satisfy the most discerning of diners.
Whether for lunch, dinner or an informal snack our Bars and conservatory serve food every day from 12 noon until 9pm Sundays 7pm . We offer 18 spacious, modern, well appointed bedrooms. Each bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with bath and/or shower, colour 32inch TV, direct dial telephone, radio, hairdryers, tea and coffee making facilities and Free WiFi. In the mornings guests can enjoy a full English breakfast, using the best fresh local ingredients. Cumbria is a land of beauty and variety, from its busy cities and historic market towns to its stone and slate villages, each possessing their own character. Cumbria's landscape is diverse; wild fells and high passes with endless views stir the imagination. Quiet pastoral countryside and valleys enchant; rivers twist and tumble. Glacial lakes reflect cloud-topped mountains and man-made drystone walls march across the dales. Woodlands and coastal scenery add to the mix. The legacy of the past is here in prehistoric and Roman remains - stone circles & burial cairns dot the land, and old Roman roads and forts still command attention. Historic places of worship and ruined castles speak of Norman times. Country houses and gardens delight the visitor. Walkers call this county 'paradise'; everywhere the grandeur of the scenery speaks to the glory of Cumbria. . . welcome to this much-loved land.
- Wedding Licence
- Parking (charges may apply)
- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Restaurant , Bar
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- From 14:30 hours
- Until 10:30 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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93% would recommend it to a friend
Flatters to Decieve
The accommodation was very clean but the many steps (it is an old building) is not suitable for aged or disabled people.
There is no designated area for smokers so they congregated outside reception. Food was adequate but nothing special. It seems to cater for passing trade which means the attention to detail and little extras are limited
The members of staff were really friendly but the stay wasn't long enough to get to enjoy their company more