The Trout Hotel Cockermouth is a beautiful 4-star hotel ideally located within the popular Lakes District. Positioned on the River Derwent, this hotel combines both charm and luxury. With riverside views and an award-winning restaurant, The Trout hotel is the perfect English staycation.
The Trout Hotel Cockermouth
Guests staying at The Trout Hotel Cockermouth Lakes District can choose from 49 tastefully designed bedrooms for a luxury stay. Here you will enjoy the friendly and attentive staff. For those wanting to indulge in some TLC, the hotel can arrange for you to have a spa at the Armathwaite Hall Hotel. Either for a half-day or full-day spa experience which will not disappoint.
The hotel is a part of the picturesque Western Lake District and is situated close to several award-winning attractions like The Lakes Distillery. The area is also known for stunning natural hiking routes and lakes to explore.
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The Trout Room Description
There are nine types of rooms available at The Trout Hotel Lakes District. Each room had luxe interiors, restful ambiance, pleasant decor and sophisticated fittings. As well as an ultra-comfortable king-sized bed with high-quality Egyptian Cotton Linen.
The fully-tiled bathrooms are fitted with ‘his’ and ‘her’ sinks, demist mirrors, under floor heating, separate shower with Hansgrohe fittings and luxurious toiletries by The White Company.
Some of the thoughtful amenities in the rooms include complimentary Wi-fi, soft bathrobes and slippers, complimentary Willow water, beverage tray, in-room safe, DVD player and Flat Screen TV.
The Executive suite with river views
I stayed in an executive room with views of the Derwent River, I would open my window at night to hear the stream to relax. The room was really spacious and had an additional sitting area with comfy chairs and a small table. It was a nice spot to sit and do some reading in the afternoons.
Eating at The Trout Hotel Restaurant
You are spoilt for choice in regards to where to eat and drink at The Trout Hotel Lakes District. There are two main restaurants The Hotel Bistro and the Derwent Restaurant. As well as another 3 areas where you can enjoy your meal and a drink like along the Riverbank or garden. There is the lounge bar where you can enjoy a pre-dinner drink or cocktail, the Terrace bar where you can relax unwind after your day out.
Then there is the Al Fresco Dining which has continental dining in both inside and outside of the hotel along the river Derwent, where you can sit back and enjoy the flowing water.
Guests at The Trout Hotel can enjoy a culinary treat at the hotel’s Derwent Restaurant, with its inspirational creative food. This award-winning restaurant offers a delectable spread for each season that includes the finest produce and fresh catch from the region.
In addition to its food menu, the restaurant also offers a splendid wine list, promising an unforgettable dining experience.
The restaurant looks beautiful with its Murano glass chandelier and ornate marble fireplace. It is known for its cheery and pleasant atmosphere as well as elegant decor.
Afternoon Tea at The Trout Hotel
If you are not up to dinner but still want to sit back, relax and indulge during the day, The Trout Hotel also offers afternoon tea from 2 pm – 5 pm in the Derwent Restaurant. You can choose from either just Afternoon Tea or afternoon tea with a glass of Laurent Perrie Brut.
You will be severed a selection of mouth watering sandwiches, a delicious selection of sweets and tea and coffee.
The Trout Hotel is located in Cockermouth, Lakes District Cumbria northwest corner of England. The best way to get there is via car, train, or bus from any major city in the United Kingdom.
Driving to Cockermouth
Driving from central London to Cockermouth should take around 5-6hrs via the via M40 and M6. If you are coming from other major cities up North like Manchester or Newcastle it should take about 2 hrs.
Address; 3 Crown St, Cockermouth CA13 0EJ
Hire a car to get to the Lakes District
Alternatively, hire a car to drive to Cockermouth Lakes District especially if you’re in a group or a family. All major cities in the United Kingdom offer great deals on numerous cars. If you like to get a FREE, easy, and fast comparison of hiring a car, then try out Skyscanner’s car comparison site.
Getting to the Trout Hotel by Rail
Wanting to come via Rail then the closest train stations are either Penrith and Carlisle, then you catch a bus. Coming from central London, you will get the train from Euston to Penrith.
Would I stay at the Trout Hotel Lakes District again?
We would definitely stay at the Trout Hotel Cockermouth again and use it as our base while in the Lakes District. The staff were friendly and helpful, the food was delicious and fresh and our room was spacious.
We loved nothing more than sitting outside, relaxing with a drink while listening to the river flow after a long day exploring and whiskey tasting in the outdoor Lakes District area.
⇒ Looking to discover other parts of England, please feel free to head to my United Kingdom Page
Discover other parts of England
Looking to discover other parts of the UK? Please feel free to read the below suggestions or head to my UK Page.
- Jack The Ripper Tour – London England
- 3 days in the Lake District – the complete weekend itinerary – Cumbria
- Pembroke Castle – Pembroke Wales
- Hiking & camping with Mini Cooper – Snowdon Wales
How about booking some activities in advance during your stay in the Lakes District. There is plenty to do and see in the area.
Thank you for reading this article about my stay at The Trout Hotel Cockermouth Lakes District Stay. This riverside hotel is truly a beautiful place and great for a weekend break.
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Disclaimer: Even though I was a guest of The Trout Hotel Lakes District. All views are my own and based on my own experience.