19 May 2016
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 –
09 April 2012
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 http://www.guardian.co.uk/travel/2012/mar/28/10-best-hotels-cumbria-lake-district
Why not sample some of the pretty Victorian charm that they describe...call 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 –
04 October 2011
We would like to introduce you to Emilia Frances Jones who was born on the 30th September 2011 at 1:53am weighing in at 8lb 7oz. Both Emilia and Louise are doing well and are safely back at Rosemount. We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our guests for their understanding and co-operation over the past week. Hopefully we will see you all again on another occasion and be able to spend more time with you. Things are now getting back to relative normality and Rosemount is back to its smooth running self, so all 4 of us look forward to extending a warm welcome to you!
Andrew, Louise, Annabel and Emilia X
By Louise Jones, 04 October 2011 –
26 April 2011
We've been open for 3 weeks now and everything's going really well, we've had some lovely feedback and our guests are loving the new en suites, particularly the fabulously deep Villeroy & Boch baths.
The weather's been gorgeous and the lakes are looking stunning, Bowness has had a lovely summery atmosphere with everyone making the most of the sun.
On departure lots of our guests look like they've had a weekend in the med not Windermere!
If you fancy getting away from it all, we still have some late availability for May bank holiday, click on "book online" to check prices & availability.
By Louise Jones, 26 April 2011 –
18 February 2011
After 7 weeks of stripping, plastering, papering and tiling, tiling, and yet more tiling, Rosemount Guest House is almost ready to emerge as a beautiful butterfly. As family run bed & breakfasts go, we think it's going to probably be one of the best!
We've been blessed with good weather and great team of people working with us and we're on track to re-open in the 3rd week of March.
All the double rooms and public areas have been completely refurbished...Villeroy & Boch bathrooms to die for, stunning archive print walllpapers from Cole & Son, soft Farrow & Ball paint colours, luxurious natural fabrics...we are so excited to share it with you!
Our hope is that the end result is authentic & yet contemporary, stylish and yet inviting, but also tat it keeps it's warm & friendly feel that so many people have commented on over the last 2 years.
All photography on this website will be updated in March and we'll be re-launching with some exciting new offers. Please sign up for our newsletter if you'd like more details.
We can't wait to see you at the new & improved Rosemount Guest House, Windermere!
By Louise Jones, 18 February 2011 –