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Recently my wife and I including four of our friends had an evening meal at Aynsome Manor. Two of our friends were actually staying at the hotel for a few days.
On entering the Hotel we were greeted with such friendliness and were escorted to...More
Following an overnight stay at Aynsome Manor Hotel in August 2017 I returned in February 2018. The hotel is situated in a very quiet location just outside of Cartmel, an idea base to explore the Lake District. Entering the property on the gravel drive it...More
We have stayed here on many occasions, the most recent being over the New Year weekend.
You feel relaxed as soon as you are greeted warmly by Andrea. She and her husband Chris run this hotel which has been family owned since 1961.
This is a charming clean hotel run by professional staff who are exceptional.
On arrival Andrea welcomed us with sincere warmth and accompanied us to our room which had been carefully pre-heated and catered for a personal visit. The room was beautiful, very clean and...More
Booked as a last minute, post-Christmas night away as we were unable to get somewhere for New Year’s Eve. Great hospitality, lovely breakfast and comfortable surroundings. A flurry of snow in the morning meant we were unable to walk into town for our car but...More
As far as I'm aware there are no bedrooms downstairs in the main house and no lift. However the hotel has many single storey holiday chalets in the grounds accessed by gravel paths. I wouldn't know how wheelchair friendly... More
As far as I'm aware there are no bedrooms downstairs in the main house and no lift. However the hotel has many single storey holiday chalets in the grounds accessed by gravel paths. I wouldn't know how wheelchair friendly the paths are though. Suggest phoning the hotel as the staff are very friendly and helpful,