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Festive Breaks At The Daffodil Hotel And Spa, Grasmere

Stunning lakeside lodgings in the heart of Wordsworth country

Written by . Published on November 26th 2014.

Festive Breaks At The Daffodil Hotel And Spa, Grasmere

CHRISTMAS or New Year in The Lakes at a hotel with an award-winning spa sounds like  a perfect festive break. There is still availability left at the four-star Daffodil Hotel & Spa on the shore of Grasmere.

Across the road from Wordsworth’s Dove Cottage, it is  a romantic destination in its own right, offering a modern hotel experience and a link-up with top European skincare house Germaine De Capuccinii that has earned it the accolade of the UK’s Best Spa in the Laterooms.com ‘Best Kept Secret Awards 2014’. To see what all the fuss is about check this link. Breaks available:

3 night Christmas Break – from £510 per person.

‘Enjoy festive dining with all the trimmings and fantastic evening entertainment – plus wake up to beautiful lake and valley views that would rival even the most perfect of Christmas cards!’

1 night New Year’s Eve Masquerade Ball Celebration – from £250 per person (Evening only ticket - £99 per person)

‘Bring in 2015 in style an extravagant Masquerade Ball complete with Champagne reception, dinner, dancing, our live band and a firework display over the lake.’

The Daffodil Hotel & Spa, By the Lake, Keswick Road, Grasmere, Cumbria LA22 9PR.  015394 63574.

Daffodil SpaPool in the Spa, below, the brand new hotel has a strong artistic emphasis

Daffodil Interior

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