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16 October 2018

Photography Success!

Andrew has been awarded Judges Choice in Landscape Photographer of the Year 2018! Check out his images at

By Louise Jones, 16 October 2018 – 1 comments

31 October 2017

A Change to The Old England Spa Facilities

Unfortunately from the 31st December 2017 we will no longer be able to offer our guests free use of the Spa facilities at The Old England Hotel in Bowness.  This is due to a change in their membership policy.  

Guests wishing to book spa treatments with The Old England will have access to all the spa facilities, please contact The Old England directly if you would like to do this.

We are very sorry for any inconvenience that this may cause, but unfortunately is beyond our control. If you would like anymore information please do not hesitate to contact us.

Hopefully all the wonderful things to see and do around mean that it won't be too badly missed!!

Kind regards

Louise & Andrew
By Louise Jones, 31 October 2017 – 0 comments

19 September 2017

Andrew's latest photography success - please VOTE for his image No.1!

Great news... Andrew's photo of the Langdales has been shortlisted for the Golakes holiday guide cover photo 2018. If you get a minute please vote for image 1 (if you click on the image below it will take you to the link)

choose your favourite image from our final 5 to take the front cover of our annual holiday guide 2018

By Louise Jones, 19 September 2017 – 0 comments

19 May 2016

A591 opens again and re-joins Grasmere and Keswick

We have had a major boost to the area last week with the reopening of the flood-damaged A591, which has re-linked the areas of Grasmere and Keswick.  


In December, 18 separate landslides after Storm Desmond wreaked devastation on the area and a cavernous hole opened up in the A591 between Dunmail Raise and Thirlmere.


For more than five months since then the Lake District has been effectively split in two. People who needed to travel between Grasmere and Keswick have had to make an 80-mile detour via Penrith. Thousands of tonnes of rubble have been cleared the road repaired and Cumbria and the LakeDistrict is now officially back in action!  

Rosemount Guest House has remained open throughout, but we are delighted that the A591 is re-opened so that we can all easily access areas north of Grasmere and that local businesses effected can start to thrive again.

By Louise Jones, 19 May 2016 – 0 comments

09 April 2012

Rosemount in The Guardian's 10 of The Best Places to stay in the Lake District

After all our hard work we're delighted that Rosemount Guest House has been recognised by The Guardian as one of the 10 best places to stay in the Lake District.

As featured in their Lake District and Cumbria Holiday Guide, Rosemount is described as one of the best places to stay alongside other well known local businesses such as The Angel Inn, The Masons Arms and The Apple Pie Rooms.  

You can read the full article at

Why not sample some of the pretty Victorian charm that they us on 015394 43739 or click on 'Book Online' for prices and availability.

We look forward to speaking to you!

Louise & Andrew
By Louise Jones, 09 April 2012 – 0 comments


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