- 11 guest reviews
"Tucked away like a secret on the quietest lake, with not a telephone /pylon in site. Gorgeous garden facing straight onto the water and tran..."
"I stayed at Dale Head Hall with my husband and two young children, and although the weather was dreadful, we really enjoyed this Lakeside ac..."
"Really enjoyed our stay and would recommend to friends for a nice relaxing break...."
"Dragged my busy fiancé away from work for his birthday and it was everything and more of what we needed! Room with a view overlooking the la..."
About the hotel
Dale Head Hall, in the English Lake District. This hotel, offers the ideal starting point for your Lakeland break. This Jewel of the Lake District, sits alone on the shores of Thirlmere, with superb views of the lake to the front and of Helvellyn to the rear.
Truly The Lake District Hotel, this is a truly magical and romantic setting, where you can wander down through mature gardens to the lake shore. Look at the splendour of the fells across the lake, turn around and view the majestic slopes of Helvellyn, perhaps the most well known mountain in the English Lake District. This is the place!!
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64% would recommend it to a friend
Dale Head Hall Lakeside Hotel
The room was a decent size and had a good view of the lake but lacked a lot of the niceties I might have expected for £150 per night.
There were no guest bathrobes, the toiletries were minimal and poor quality. The tea making facilities fell short with only one sachet of hot chocolate, one biscuit etc although the room had been booked for two people. The bed was extremely uncomfortable, the mattress was lumpy and offered no support. After driving 170 miles to get to the hotel we were disappointed to be told we couldn't eat in the restaurant because they had a party booked in. Finally, I was very unimpressed with room security. The reception desk was mostly unmanned and we were told to hang our room key on a holder at the front of the desk when we went out. This effectively meant that any guest or anyone who happened to come in to the hotel had easy access to any room.
Tucked away like a secret on the quietest lake, with not a telephone /pylon in site.
Gorgeous garden facing straight onto the water and tran...