Hotels near Thirlmere
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A view towards the slopes of Helvellyn from the northwestern corner of the lake. Thirlmere was created by the construction of a dam in 1894 to provide water for Manchester. There were previously two small lakes. The water makes its way to Heaton Park in Manchester purely by virtue of gravity. The lake is almost completely surrounded by forestry.
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Dale Head Hall Hotel from £140With fabulous views of Lake Thirlmere, the historic Dale Head Hall Hotel offers spacious well equipped rooms. Keswick is a short trip away and long walks along the lake can be enjoyed right from the hotel. Free WiFi and parking. more
The Lodge In The Vale from £60You can enjoy glorious views of mountains from the Lodge in the Vale and only a stroll away from the banks of Thirlmere. Popular Lake District towns are a short drive away. Serving good continental breakfasts. Free WiFi. more