A classic 1930s property, overlooking remote Haweswater, the eponymously named Haweswater Hotel is a superb dog-friendly spot, set in the quieter east of the Lakes, providing a cosseted retreat for walkers, nature lovers and architect enthusiasts.
Built in 1937 when the valley was flooded to create the reservoir – it’s a brilliant example of an Art Deco-Modernist style with lots of attention-to-detail, original features and rooms that overlook the lake; think large leather sofas, original 1930s fireplaces, frosted light fittings with art deco advertising posters, clocks and mirrors.
Bedrooms are cosy spaces, with the balcony rooms boasting stunning views across the lake. Your four-legged friends are welcomed in several of the rooms and are able to join you for dinner in the bar. Head to the Art Deco Brasserie for modern British cuisine or the cosy lounge and bar for casual dining and light bites.
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