British Travel Journal - - Hotel Review -

Nes­tled amid the Lake District's ice-dap­pled lakes and snowy moun­tains, Gilpin feels like a mag­i­cal Scan­di­na­vian won­der­land sprin­kled with steamy lake­side cedar hot tubs and hide­away log cab­ins. All 25 ho­tel bed­rooms boast Lake­land views, six with their own cedar­wood tubs, and five in­ti­mate Spa Lodges fea­ture their own en­suite spa (rain­maker show­ers and steam rooms in­side, hy­drother­apy hot tubs and saunas out­side). One mile away, hun­kered down in the end­lessly ro­man­tic land­scape lies Gilpin Lake House, a sanc­tu­ary where just 12 guests en­joy 100 acres of pri­vate grounds, com­plete with a lake, boat house, hot tubs, saunas, and swim­ming pool. At the ho­tel's Jetty Spa, the Swedish style spa treat­ment room is raised three me­tres into the tree canopy for a con­nec­tion to na­ture like no other and one of the most cap­ti­vat­ing for­est and lake views in the land.

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