Another Place, The Lake opens to mark start of new hotel collection

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Another Place, The Lake has now opened its doors, following a £3.5m redevelopment that took almost two years to complete.

The hotel is the first in a new hotel collection to launch from the owners of Watergate Bay in Cornwall, with managing director Will Ashworth keen on expansion.

Set on the shores of Ullswater in 18 acres of Lake District National Park, Another Place is home to 40 bedrooms, plus a library, fomrla gardens, a private lakeshore, jetty and vegetable patch.

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The hotel is home to two restaurants, The Living Space, a large bar leading onto a terrace serving a more casual menu for lunch and dinner, while Rampsbeck restaurant is open for dinner and boasts a British menu focusing on Cumbrian produce.

There is also a swim club, with lake-view swimming pool, outdoor hot tub, sauna, gym and three treatment rooms.

Open-water swimming, sailing, stand-up paddle boarding, cycling, walking, and skiing can all be done from the hotel in a bid to recreate the success seen at Cornwall’s Watergate Bay.

The building in Rampsbeck was first acquired by the group is 2015 and kickstarts the launch of the Another Place brand, with six hotels anticipated in 10 years including the aspiration of growing into northern Europe and America.

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