Since 1948 the world-famous Sharrow Bay hotel and its Michelin star restaurant has had a breathtaking setting on the shore of the beautiful Lake Ullswater in the Lake District.
Since 1948 the world-famous Sharrow Bay hotel and its Michelin star restaurant has had a breathtaking setting on the shore of the beautiful Lake Ullswater in the Lake District. Opening its doors in 1949 the hotel's internationally renowned kitchen, led by Colin Akrigg, uses the finest local ingredients to produce some of the best 'British' cuisine you are likely to find. Nico Chieze and his prodigious Sommelier team are always on hand to share their knowledge. The cellar has a growing international reputation for fine and rare wine picked from the very best vineyards in the world. Under the guidance and expertise of Restaurant Manager Alan Farkins, the service is so good that you won't even notice it. Nestled in twelve acres of private gardens and woodland and surrounded by magnificent fells, Sharrow Bay provides the perfect destination for outdoor activities or even just relaxing in the comfort of the hotel. Sharrow Bay is a hotel built upon innovation with a tradition and history that sets it apart. The founding British member of the prestigious Relais & Châteaux, the hotel was where the term 'country house hotel was first coined' and the famous British dish, sticky toffee pudding, was invented. The hotel is celebrating its diamond anniversary with a series of exciting events planned to mark the occasion. There really hasn't been a better time to join us here at Sharrow.
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