18th March 2019 – The Samling Hotel, located just outside the town of Ambleside, offers ramblers a chance to experience a touch of luxury whilst exploring The Lake District. Overlooking Lake Windermere, the hotel is perfectly placed for guests to access one of Britain’s favourite places to start a walk.
A recent analysis by Ordnance Survey (OS) revealed that Cumbria was the most popular place in the UK for people to hike, with Ambleside placed in the top five of Britain’s favourite spots to start a walk.
The Samling offers walkers a unique haven of bliss and comfort to enjoy whilst exploring trails in and around Ambleside. With 67 acres of its own grounds to wander, the hotel gives guests direct access to Wansfell where a six mile loop can be joined that takes walkers through Ambleside and Troutbeck. The hotel is also a short walk to Ambleside Waterhead Ferry Landing where a ferry can be caught to the start of the lakeshore path – a beautiful walk that takes guests along the west of Lake Windermere, showcasing some of the best scenery the national park has to offer.
A stone’s throw away from the charming town, The Samling gives hikers the chance to enjoy discrete luxury with 12 contemporary suites, exceptional fine dining, one of the world’s best wine lists and an outdoor hot tub – the ideal place to come back to after a long day on The Lake District fells. The hotel’s Kentmere suite welcomes pets, so four-legged friends can also explore the region in style.
The Samling’s core value is attentive yet genuine and unobtrusive service, with the ability to cater for all guests’ needs. Be it advice on extreme adventure or a cocktail masterclass after a day of strolling through The Lakes, The Samling have a range of experts on hand to assist, making each and every stay utterly tailored and unique.
To find out more, please visit www.thesamlinghotel.co.uk.
The Samling gives hikers the chance to enjoy discrete luxury with 12 contemporary suites, exceptional fine dining, one of the world’s best wine lists and an outdoor hot tub – the ideal place to come back to after a long day on The Lake District fells.