Set in the Heart of the Lake District, Sawrey House Hotel is ideally located for a whole host of attractions on offer in the Cumbria region and with many attractions open all year round, you can visit whenever you want, making it the ideal place to getaway from it all and relax!
Near and Far Sawrey
Near Sawrey and Far Sawrey are two neighbouring villages in the Furness area of Cumbria. The two are famous for their association with Beatrix Potter where she lived at Hill Top Farm in Near Sawrey. They are located in the Lake District between the town of Hawkshead and the lake of Windermere.
national trust – days out
Sawrey House Hotel is ideally located for easy access to a whole host of National Trust Days Out. From Gardens to Gondalas and Hill Top to Tarn Hows, take a look at our selection of some of the best National Trust Days Out…
Esthwaite Water is just a 10 minute walk from sawrey House and is a natural lake extending to 280 acres with deep basins to the North and South. Combined with extensive shallows, it creates a rich and varied fishery.
Grizedale Forest, in the heart of the Lake District, offers an unrivalled day out for everyone. You can find walking & cycling trails or simply discover a quiet spot to admire the wildlife, amazing sculptures, a place to relax and enjoy.
lakeland motor museum
A thoroughly enjoyable heritage attraction, providing a perfect, ‘whatever the weather’, all year venue, which entertains and enthralls all ages. With a variety of motor memorabilia the Lakeland Motor Museum is a must-stop attraction to complete any visit to the Lake District
Located in Grizedale Forest, only 10 minutes drive from Sawrey House Hotel, Go Ape! is a fantastic high wire assualt course high in the forest trees. Well worth a visit for the more adventurous guest the next time you are in the area.
The Lakes Distillery Tour
Visit the state-of-the-art distillery where the Whiskymaker’s unique approach comes to life and the majestic surroundings near Keswick inspire the artistic ethos and the range of fine whiskies, gins and vodka.