Stunning Lake Views
Step into Derwentwater Hotel’s gardens and you’ll see the magnificent Lake District’s mountains in distance, Derwentwater Lake in the fore, and you’ll get clear views of St Herbert’s Island – the largest of Derwentwater’s four islands, which was also the setting for 2016’s film Swallows and Amazons and the inspiration for Owl Island in Beatrix Potter’s The Tale of Squirrel Nutkin.
Choice of Wedding Rooms
There are three very special spaces that are licensed for weddings at Derwentwater Hotel – the restaurant (which can host 90-100 people), the small lounge (ideal for more intimate weddings) and the conservatory, which overlooks the lake and gardens. Imagine marrying here, before heading down to the lake for some unforgettable photo opportunities.
You can relax in the knowledge that every part of your day will be taken care of, as the friendly, but professional wedding team create bespoke packages to ensure your wedding day is unique to you. Your wedding breakfast will impress too, thanks to the kitchen’s talented chefs who will make you a wedding menu you will love.
“Seeing our couples happy is one of the most rewarding feelings, and that’s why we aim aim to create truly exceptional weddings for all our couples, working hard to create bespoke weddings that meet all their expectations.” Gayle Frampton, Derwentwater Hotel
This idyllic wedding venue in Cumbria that has 66 rooms and can accommodate you and your guests in one of its beautifully appointed bedrooms and apartments.