Six new lakeside suites are preparing to launch as part of the offering at Storrs Hall when the hotel reopens on July 4.
The six suites are self-contained with their own entrance and set apart from the hotel within Storrs Hall’s 17 acres of woodland, on the shores of Lake Windermere.
Each suite has its own private Lakeland stone terrace and its own Japanese-style cedar wood hot tub, some with floor-to-ceiling glazed walls and underfloor heating.
Storrs Hall closed its nine woodland self-catering lodges in January 2019 and spent the last year transforming the space into six new suites with a £1m investment.
Andrew Nicholson, general manager at Storrs Hall, said: “The guest experience is of paramount importance to us at Storrs Hall, and we are continuously looking for new ways to deliver a memorable experience for our guests. The transformation of our woodland cabins has been incredibly exciting to watch and we look forward to welcoming guests in the near future.”