Thorney How, Thorney How, Off Helm Close & Easedale Rd, Grasmere, Cumbria, LA22 9QW
Call Taylor Nuttall on 01539 435597
OverviewThorney How offers clean and comfortable guest accommodation in Grasmere, the heart of the Lake District. Family-run and welcoming it provides en suite, simple bed & breakfast and standard self-catering accommodation for individuals, families and groups. With a backdrop of magnificent fells, adjacent to the Coast to Coast path, local village and lake, the tranquil location provides the perfect base to explore the Lake District. The Main House, 26 beds in a gentleman's farmhouse, is charming with well proportioned rooms and fabulous views. There are 7 en suite rooms ranging from doubles to family 6-person rooms. Grasmere bunkhouse is ideal for groups of up to 16 with 4 bunk rooms each with shower facilities. All larger groups are automatically offered breakfasts and at least one evening meal. Parking, cycle store, drying room, licensed bar, restaurant and spacious grounds complete the experience. Free films Saturdays. No pets.
Beds & Rooms:42: Main House 26, 2xdbl, 1xtwin, 2x4, 2x6. Bunkhouse 16
Open:All year. Closed 10.30am to 3.30pm. Check in 3.30-10.30pm.
Price per night:Dble en suite B&B from £82. Family en-suite B&B from £100. 4 person budget rooms from £80. Larger catered groups please enquire.
Booking:Online booking recommended, Or by phone or email. First night's accommodation non-refundable payment required to secure.
Directions:Grid ref: 332084. Half a mile NW of Grasmere village.
Public Transport:National Express coaches stop in Grasmere. Local bus 555 to / from Windermere & Keswick. Train station at Windermere.
Walks:Long Distance Walks
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Winter bookings available at Thorney How
November 6th 2020
We are taking bookings for New Year, but we will not be taking any payments as deposits until we have some clarity about whether or not we will be open. We will not be able to accept any group bookings and you will be required to observe any future lockdown restrictions that may still be applied to your local area. Please do not phone us, please do send an e-mail instead.
Thorney How is opening for Autumn and Winter 2020 and is Good to Go.
July 20th 2020
Not everything will be the same as we are adapting to the new normal and following UK Government guidelines to ensure that both our guests and ourselves can stay safe. Our booking system is up to date and we have several discounted offers to help you decide when and how to stay with us. We look forwards to seeing you soon.
We’re also proud to have achieved the ‘We’re Good To Go’ mark by VisitEngland. This is a new Covid-19 industry standard mark. It is a way of letting you know which businesses have made the necessary changes to help to keep everyone safe.
Thorney How provides comfortable accommodation to families and outdoor enthusiasts in the Lakes.
May 16th 2019
Grasmere Bunkhouse is part of the hostel, guest house, bar and restaurant offering at Thorney How, an historic gentleman’s residence.
Thorney How offers B&B and Bunkhouse accommodation in the Lake District. Previously a YHA hostel, established in 1932, it was one of the first Youth Hostels in the Lake District. It is now a family owned and run Independent Hostel, awarded 4 stars by Visit Britain.
The Lake District is a Unesco World Heritage site. Its beauty is the result of thousands of years of industry and agricultural working on the spectacular natural landscape of mountains, valleys, lakes and woodland. It is a cultural landscape of international significance. The beauty of the Lake District inspired artists and writers of the Picturesque and Romantic movements and generated ideas about landscape that have had global influence.