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Rydal Hall, Ambleside


Located between Ambleside and Grasmere, the Hall is encircled by the wooded fells of Loughrigg and Nab Scar with spectacular views of the mountains, Rothay Valley and Rydal Water.

Rydal Hall offers a variety of accommodations.
Main house: There are 30 single and twin bedrooms, half of which are en-suite.

Campsite: Within the woodland surrounding Rydal Hall there are four different sized campsites: Large groups, small groups, families and back-packers respectively.

Holiday Cottage - The Stable: The cottage is by Rydal Beck in the former 17th-century farm building and stables of Rydal Hall. There is a double and twin room that share a newly refurbished bathroom.

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Arrival information & directions

Address: Rydal Hall, Ambleside, Cumbria, AmblesideLA22 9LX, United Kingdom

By car: From London take M1, exit at junction 19 onto M6 towards Coventry/Birmingham. Exit at junction 36 onto A590 towards A591. Continue on A591 towards Kendal and then reach Ambleside. About a mile after leaving the town take the right turn sign-posted ‘Rydal Hall’ (blue sign) and ‘Rydal Mount’ (brown sign). The Hall is first on the right through wrought iron gates.

By train: From London, Euston take a train to Oxenholme or Windermere. From there take a bus to Rydal. ‘Rydal Church’ bus stop on the A591 road is just 200 yards from Rydal Hall. Guests can be met at this bus stop by telephoning in advance. For information on local bus services, please telephone the Traveline: 0044 (0) 8712 002233.

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