If you really, truly like to get away from it all, you’re surely going to fall head over heels in love with the fabulous Netherwood Hotel. Set amid 15 acres of picturesque Cumbrian countryside and overlooking the dramatic Morecambe Bay, This is a retreat that should be on everyone’s radar. Relaxing without a care in the world is oh so easy here.
Take a long walk along the iconic waterfront during your time here, and head into the charming town of Grange-over-Sands for some well-deserved retail therapy. Explore the history of Holker Hall and the fascinating Cartmel Medieval Village Priory. You’re also close to the dramatic Lake District, so don’t miss out on one of the most beautiful national parks in the whole of the UK.
Turn your day into an overnight stay in one of the 33 wonderfully comfortable bedrooms. There are three supremely relaxing treatment rooms in the spa, so unwinding in style is a piece of cake. There’s an excellent gym here as well, and a restaurant offering stunning meals and equally stunning views.
The Lake District, Holker Hall and Gardens, Cartmel Racecourse, Cartmel Medieval Village Priory, Arnside Knott and Ornamental Gardens
No. of bedrooms
Check in time
Use facilities before check in time
Dogs only, chargeable
Wooden hot tubs
Wooden cold plunge tub
Aroma steam room
Salt inhalation room
Restaurant and Bar Lounge
No matter how hectic your daily life might be, finding time to unwind in style should always be an option. The newly refurbished spa at the Netherwood Hotel is perfect for those occasions when only the very best will do.
As soon as you walk through the door you will have entered an oasis of complete calm that you’ll love. Leave the outside world and all its tensions behind as you relax like you’ve never relaxed before.
There’s a well-equipped gym at the hotel and it’s absolutely perfect for both newbies and experts alike. You’ll love the state of the art equipment and the friendly, welcoming atmosphere that puts you at your ease straight away.
You’ll also find some superb walking, jogging and cycling routes nearby, many of them with picturesque views of the iconic waterfront. Later, when you need to relax, the sauna will be ready and waiting to soothe and refresh you.
The hotel is understandably proud of its fine restaurant, an establish that offers superb dining and an elegant atmosphere. Locally sourced, fish, meat and vegetables are a feature on the menu, all served with an eye on tradition.
There is an air of relaxed informality here, and the views of the Morecambe Bay estuary are particularly impressive. And if you’re feeling especially indulgent, why not succumb to the temptation of a delicious afternoon tea?
We have just enjoyed the Spa at Netherwood Hotel on an overnight package. The staff were excellent, very professional, and helpful. I had a facial and a back massage, my husband had a massage and an exfoliation. We both not only enjoyed our treatments but the spa itself. Very clean, welcoming and would certainly like to visit again.
The hotel itself was very disappointing and the customer service poor and not what you would have expected. The Spa was let down by the hotel.
Keith Mitchell, Southport
Lovely and relaxing
We spent a 3 hour thermal experience here with afternoon tea, the staff were very friendly and it was such a relaxing afternoon. The various choices of things to do made the hours fly by whether it was jumping between the hot, warm or cold pools to the different steam, sat or saunas.
The added addition of afternoon tea was and advantage and the start of the Christmas lights really made it lovely visit.
I'd recommend for anyone.
Matthew Newton, Manchester
Absolutely perfect from start to finish.
All the treatments were completed to the highest standard and very professional service throughout.
The whole spa was a great layout! The whole hotel was amazing. Loved it.
Rob Tysoe, Chester
Massage was perfect! Very relaxing! Staff were lovely and a good choice of spa facilities to use. Will definitely be returning. Thank you!
Cassie Munro , Barrow-in-Furness
A really lovely place
The first thing I noticed about the Netherwood Hotel was the incredible view of the sea, and the second thing I noticed was the elegance that seems to be everywhere. This is a lovely place for a weekend away from it all, and I’m so glad I chose to stay there. The rooms are really comfortable, the spa is fantastic and the food in the restaurant was yummy. I had a weekend away with my best friend and we’ve both said we can’t wait to go back again one day. Hopefully that will be sooner rather than later!
Gemma Harris, Manchester
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What to Expect
Very Good (250)
The ‘continental’ breakfast consists of some mini-croissants and fruit salad - that is it. You can ask for a cooked breakfast. The sausage is c.1% meat and tastes like hospital food and they do what......Read more
We stayed at the Netherwood Hotel for three nights and had a great stay.
The room was large with all the amenities you could need. The spa was great and was very well kept. All of the staff were......Read more
Stayed at The Netherwood for 2 nights, the only room we could book was in the Rock House and it was a standard room. No.39
It was clean and had everything, although compared to the other rooms in the......Read more