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Welcome to Embleton Spa Hotel

Address: Embleton, Cockermouth, CA13 9YA

Telephone: 017687 76606 017687 76606

Hotel Description

Originally an 18th-century Lakeland farmhouse, Embleton Spa Hotel is a family-run hotel offering apartments, suites, and en-suite rooms. The Embleton boasts its own swimming pool, hot tub, steam room, and a gym. Free parking and free Wi-Fi are available. Each contemporary room/apartment features en suite bathrooms and free Wi-Fi. Most have stunning countryside views across the valley towards Skiddaw, Ling and Sale fells. All the rooms have a TV, a hairdryer, tea/coffee making facilities, an iron and 100% cotton linen. We have a variety of rooms to suit single travelers, couples and families. Our largest apartment sleeps 10! - Double En-suite rooms - Family rooms - One bedroom Apartments - Two bedroom apartments sleeps 5 - Three bedroom apartment sleeps 10 Using ingredients from local farms, the hotel's restaurant serves traditional Cumbrian food. Guests can enjoy their meal in front of an open fire, or on the terrace looking out over the fells. Every morning, guests will enjoy full Cumbrian breakfast. Ideal for exploring the beautiful Lake District, Bassenthwaite Lake is just 3 miles away. Keswick and Cockermouth are just 10 minutes away by car. Leisure facilities include a pool, steam room and gym. There is also an outdoor hot tub overlooking Lakeland fells. Use of the pool, steam room, hot tub and gym are included in the room rates. Please see the timetable for availability of the pool, steam room and hot tub.

Our Facilities

  • Pet Friendly
  • Conference Facilities
  • Self Catering Facilities
  • Parking Facilities
  • Free Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Golf Course Nearby
  • Family Rooms
  • Bridal Suite
  • Internet Services
  • Wifi Available
  • Spa
  • Massage
  • Bicycle Rent
  • Horse Riding
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Luxury Accommodation
  • Vegetarian Food Available
  • Wedding Functions
  • Romantic Breaks
  • Walking Holidays
  • Country Retreat

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Hotel Reviews - Embleton Spa Hotel

Wonderful New Years Break
The hotel is a friendly and delightful place to stay at any time of the year. Food is superb, service excellent. A clean well run gem in the lakes.

Mr. julie wilkins - 3rd Jan, 2017
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it was simply great!!!

Mr Jaeban - 11th Nov, 2013
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Beautiful Hotel In A Stunning Location
Wonderful location, excellent customer service, lovely pool and spa facilities. On op of this the food was lovely and reasonably priced. We will certainly return.

Lorraine Wareing - 2nd Nov, 2013
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Friendly & Accommodating
The new owners & their staff were very welcoming, friendly and accommodating. We particularly enjoyed the pool facilities and were pleasantly surprised by the size of the pool. We wish the new owners well in their new venture; they are certainly starting with good intentions to help make this hotel somewhere that you would want to make a return visit.

Claire Hudson - 28th Oct, 2013
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Lovely Weekend
Thank you for helping to make our special weekend a lovely memorable one. Our suite was perfect for our requirements and our family were able to enjoy the lovely pool facilities. Thank you for accommodating our changing needs too - it was very much appreciated.

Claire Hudson - 28th Oct, 2013
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A Great Stay
Our stay was brilliant. The current hotel manager made our stay very lovely, he was able to direct us which places to eat, which places to see, the hospitality was very warming. Each morning we had a great free breakfast. The staff were all friendly. The apartments were superb, we really didn't expect much but 2 large double rooms, with 2 large bathrooms. I would definitely go again and definitely recommend this place. It has beautiful scenery with lovely staff, not a bad thing to say about Embleton Spa Hotel.

Miss Lavnya Vijayarajan - 28th Oct, 2013
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Best Hopitality Ever!!!
it was a very enjoyable stay right from the moment we walked in, wonderful people, clean environment, 5 start treatment, delicious meals (had the best stake and hale pie have tasted) d pool was warm and inviting, even thou we had a Jacuzzi in our room.... ;) the gym had every think you want......I will visit over and over again! thanks to Ray and all the staff.

Mark O'Sullivan - 23rd Sep, 2013
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Very Friendly And Comfortable
We stayed in the Thirlmere room which was very comfortable and had a lovely view of the hills.

The staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful and the evening meal and breakfast both very good and excellent value for money.

The bar and restaurant were nicely appointed and also offer views of the hills.

The only criticism we would offer is that finding it is not that easy. Sat nav takes you 1/2 a mile the wrong way down the road it is on but when we explored into Embleton we easily saw the sign from the one direction but were confused by the dual branding when trying to find the car park (the hotel is changing from Derwent Lodge to Embleton spa and from certain directions the Embleton Spa sign isn't that obvious). That said, the car park is plenty big enough and once in we had a lovely stay and would highly recommend it.

Grant Stevens - 16th Sep, 2013
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Friendly Hotel
Nice friendly hotel , clean rooms . Food was very good . Pool was nice too . The staff made us feel at home . Very nice hotel , would visit again .

Lynn Fishwick - 16th Sep, 2013
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Windermere Apartment
We stayed in the above apartment for 2 nights in early August. This apartment has a newly built large balcony, but which is unfortunately not child friendly as the gaps between the glass panels are two wide. This is to be rectified, but at the moment the apartment can only be let to adults despite having a family bedroom with a double and two singles. On our arrival the balcony had no furniture whatsoever, but two garden chairs were provided on request. The bedroom has a hotch potch of furniture with none of the beds or bedding matching. The kitchen and lounge areas were better, but we found only one teaspoon and a knife block with no knives. Having said this the Hotel is in a spectacular location, the owner and the staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The Hotel has the potential to be quite spectacular with a bit more attention to detail, and if you don't mind a little quirkiness, I would recommend it.

Mrs. Hazel Howard - 9th Aug, 2013
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'embleton Spa Hotel (formerly Derwent Lodge)
Fabulous location. Staff were wonderful. great food. What more can you ask for. thanks for looking after us.

Mr. Kash Mahmood - 1st Jul, 2013
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Excellant Hotel
We stayed here for 2 nights and we both had an excellant time, the accomadation was excellant, clean & comfortable. The staff were very friendly and would helpfull.

The food was again excellant and would happily stay here again.

Mr. David Tunstall - 15th May, 2013
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Great For Groups
We booked the Skiddaw apartment for one night as a girls relaxing night away. The apartment is very large and comfortable with great facilities and is perfect for just chilling out and taking it easy. The adjoining swimming pool and hot tub were also great. We didn't see the rest of the hotel as we were quite happy just looking after ourselves. We almost didn't see anyone else all weekend which suited us perfectly although the apartment is joined on to the hotel. The hotel does sit on a busy road so there is quite a lot of traffic going past but the location is stunning. Very enjoyable and would stay again.

Miss. Denise Fraser - 26th Mar, 2012
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We had a great three day break at a very good price. The old farmhouse may have its drawbacks but any were compensated for by the care shown to us.We wanted a hotel which was dog friendly and had a swimming pool indoors. These we found. Thanks to Ray and staff.

Mr. Philip Rushton - 21st Jan, 2012
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Enjoyable Stay
Thankyou to Embleton Spa for a lovely stay. We stayed two nights in the grasmere apartment which had everything we required. The staff were really friendly, location was great and the kids loved the pool! Will definetly recommend to family and friends!

Mrs. Sarah Rose - 2nd Jan, 2012
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Relaxing Haven
Being a business traveller it was really nice to have warm welcome with a serious can do attitude. Rooms are excellent and the food is great.

Mr. Mike Hubbert - 4th Nov, 2011
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Response from Hotel
Dear Mike

Thankyou very much for your review we apreciate your kind comments it motivates us to work harder and provide excellent

service for our business customers. We would like to offer you a free upgrade to an executive apartment next time you are in cumbria. ray and rowena

Embleton Spa
Unpretentious, comfortable hotel with caring management and friendly staff. Particularly enjoyed the pool and steam room, cosy log fire, and location for fell walking. Generous helpings of good food at both breakfast and dinner.

Mrs Ma Douglas - 29th Oct, 2011
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Attractions - Embleton Spa Hotel

Isel Hall - Historical Houses

Isel Hall - Historical Houses

Distance 2.23 miles (3.56 km)
The Elizabethan Range and fortified Pele Tower of Isel Hall dominates the landscape in its magical setting above the River Derwent. From the formal gardens the ground drops down to the river and offers views of the 11th Century Church and Skiddaw. Continuously inhabited since Norman times it passed from its original occupiers, the Engane family, their heirs and successors by family connections to the present owner. In Elizabethan times they were the Leighs and from 1573-1986 the Lawson family inherited. The last male heir of that family, Sir Wilfred Lawson, died in 1936 when it passed to his nephew, Hilton, and then to Hilton's cousin Mrs Margaret Austen Leigh, who died in 1986 and left it to the present owner.