The Haweswater Hotel is perched right on the lake at the heart of the Haweswater nature reserve - a stunning, 100 square mile haven for wildlife. The views over the lake, towards Kidsty Pike are simply breathtaking.
Relax, cycle, walk, run, explore...stop with us on Wainwright's 'Coast to Coast'...or just admire the view from our beautiful rooms and gardens. Please be our guest...
Direct bookings via this site get free desserts when you dine with us!
Haweswater is stunning at this time of year, with views to snow-capped mountains across the icy calm surface of the water
Walks are superb and views from the tops of the ridge extend over 30 miles in all directions
Spring is just around the corner and we are booking up quickly, especially around the main holiday periods
Book on-line to get flexible terms and free desserts when you dine with us!
If you have special requirements (e.g. a dog, children) please book by phone. Bear with us, we are very busy but will answer your call as soon we can. Alternatively, email us using the address at the bottom of this page
Internet: if you have O2 or Vodafone, then you will receive a 3G/4G signal (weather dependent) throughout the hotel
Many thanks and we look forward to welcoming you!
Meet the team…
“We really want the Haweswater to feel more like a home than a hotel. We have been busy upgrading the property and improving guest facilities. Our new rooms and suites are beautifully finished and really emphasise that fantastic view...while keeping everything that makes the place so charming and special."
Stephen O'Sullivan, Owner
“It's an absolute joy to be working in one of the most beautiful locations in England and with such an important historic building! We look forward to welcoming you to this very special place.”
John Burrows, Manager
“I am passionate about bringing you the best local ingredients in elegant, tasty dishes, served with the best views in England!”
John Cook, Head Chef
We are delighted to have been recommended by the Daily Telegraph
'Right on glistening Haweswater Nature Reserve and cloaked in inspiring fells; the swoon-worthy location is so serene it’s perfectly isolated from humanity - apart from the odd red squirrel or two. Recent renovations and delicious food are putting this small hotel back on the map.'