The house itself is an architectural bagatelle, begun in 1840 and remodelled in 1900. The half-timbering cries out mock-Tudor, yet the verandas and French windows give it a colonial air. Built as a hunting and fishing lodge, the hotel has a rich history; from the turn of the twentieth century until World War II, it was the only barium spa resort outside of Germany.
Each of the supremely comfortable bedrooms has its own charm and character, with elegant fabrics, period furniture, pictures and books.
Dining at The Lake Country House is an experience to savour, with fresh local ingredients and creative thought combining to create a modern celtic style of cuisine. Dishes are freshly prepared using the finest produce, and served discretely for your unhurried enjoyment.