The Lodore Falls Hotel reopens to kickstart first of four major upgrades in the pipeline


The Lodore Falls Hotel in the Lake District has reopened following a six-week closure to unveil the first of four major upgrades scheduled at the boutique over the next year.

As part of stage one, the ground floor has been completely refurbished in a new style to reflect the local landscape, using both colours and textures to bring the outside in.

Palettes of soft green and purple contrasting with burnt orange complement the wood and slate materials used in the space.

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The main lounge and restaurant have both been given makeovers, with pops of brightly coloured fabrics, wooden floors and dark grey walls.

The second phase of work will see the hotel unveil its newly-refurbished Garden Suite function room and conservatory extension.

In December, The Lodore Falls Hotel will open a new Barsserie and four new luxury bedrooms, while in spring 2018, a new spa will launch and 14 new bedroom suites unveiled.

Dani Hope, marketing director of Lake District Hotels, commented, “We are delighted with the new look of the hotel, a lot of time and work has gone into the project, from the initial planning, to the hard work from local tradesmen, along with many of our employees, who have worked tirelessly to get the hotel up and running in time. The Lodore Falls is still the place for both locals and visitors, so pop in and let us know what you think of our brand-new style.”

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