Single hotel rooms are requested by a variety of travellers with the popularity increasing yet it is not as easy as you’d imagine to find not just a single room, but also a quality one.
Whether it’s for solo business travel, travelling with friends or relatives that would prefer each to have their own room through to solo leisure guests, the need is quite significant. Despite a single occupancy rate for double rooms offered by many hotels, solo travellers are often charged over 50% more per person than double occupancy.
The Lake District is one location where there is a high demand for single rooms being a place where friends meet up but also the region is very popular for solo walkers. Within two hours of the major Northern cities by car and Windermere train station which connects to the West Coast mainline, this National Park is highly accessible.
The single room market is something one luxury bed and breakfast in Windermere has realised. Lindeth Fell Country House is located just a short distance from Bowness in acres of landscaped gardens with views over Lake Windermere. No crowds, no groups, just peace and quiet. With two single rooms Loweswater and Derwent having recently been refurbished, these rooms are far from an afterthought. Decorated to an extremely high standard with the all the same extras as a double room including a decanter of sherry, walk in shower, White Company toiletries and DAB radio with Bluetooth. What’s more, the rooms are priced at £90 including breakfast per night, the average room rate at the hotel per person.
So whether you’re a seasoned solo guest, needing a room for business trip or taking your first forage into travelling by yourself, Lindeth Fell Country House offer luxury value for money and a stunning setting. For information on all the rooms and facilities at Lindeth Fell in Windermere visit, http://www.lindethfell.co.uk/
Pre order one of the platters one evening, deliciously full of local produce. Sit and devour whilst admiring the view of Lake Windermere and the surrounding fells wither from the gardens or in the light and airy dining room.