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In a word don't bother save your money the worst lunch my wife and I have ever had . Roast beef and Yorkshire pudding a don't think so . We decided to try the queens hotel for lunch as everywhere else was very busy to...More
Stayed in the Lakes for Christmas & New Year , went into Ambleside and decided to eat in the Queen's Hotel ... Sadly I wish we hadn't bothered it was the worst food I have eaten and in all honesty wouldn't have fed it to...More
We had a mid week break after Christmas in Kendal and had a trip into ambleside where we went to the queens hotel for dinner,I had the cottage pie in rich gravy and root veg,what I got was boiled in water mince with mash potatoe...More
The car parking is wholly inadequate for a Hotel this size. It has parking spaces ffor six vehicles, so if there is no room you have to find parking elsewhere. Sometimes there is no person at reception, which can be awkward if you leave your...More
Recently stayed in December. Had to move room due to water leaking through the ceiling..only to find the same problem in the second room. I was then left with a bucket in the room. Breakfast till 9.30 but on the 2nd day I went down...More
US$85 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Mary Anne A | Property representative |
Yes the Hotel has a car park for about 8 cars being a town centre hotel and over the years the subsequent owners sold the land off for the buildings that now exist. Consequently, parking is on a first come first serve basis... More
Yes the Hotel has a car park for about 8 cars being a town centre hotel and over the years the subsequent owners sold the land off for the buildings that now exist. Consequently, parking is on a first come first serve basis. Double parking was once in place to allow for more cars to be parked, but it was not always satisfactory to park this way. There are several car parks around at reasonable rates, and car parking spaces in front of the Hotel free of charge from 6pm till next day 10.30am.