Superbly situated right on the southern tip of the Lake District, Aynsome Manor is a charming, 3-star manor house in the picturesque valley of Cartmel. It has pretty meadow and woodland views and good access to Newby Bridge at Lake Windermere.
Once the distinguished residence of the decendants of William Marshall, Earl of Pembroke, founder of the historic 12th Century Cartmel Priory, Aynsome still echoes with the character and traditions of that bygone era. Located in the still untouched Vale of Cartmel and with views southwards to the Norman Priory, meadowlands and woods, Aynsome Manor represents an ideal centre from which to explore the richness of the English Lakes or the hidden delights of the nearby coastline with its fascinating estuaries and inlets.
Aynsome Manor offers comfortable traditionally furnished bedrooms with free Wi-Fi, en suite facilities and a TV. Some rooms have period features such as wood beams, and some are located in a cottage annex.
After exploring the area, guests can enjoy a drink from the bar or relax in one of the elegant lounges with log fires. Cuisine of an excellent standard is served in the Georgian dining room with panelled wall and finely moulded ceiling, enjoys outstanding views of the local countryside.
The candle lit room creates an ideal setting for a relaxed meal where guests can enjoy the imaginative and carefully chosen table d' hote menu, changed daily using fresh local produce.
Aynsome Manor has been awarded an AA red rosette and also has a Cesar Award from the Good Hotel Guide and a Visit Britain Gold Award.