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Trip Advisor Travellers Choice Awards 2017

Double accolade for us – thanks to YOU!

We are thrilled to learn that Cedar Manor Hotel and Restaurant has been listed in the top 20 in the UK in two different categories in a ratings chart published this week.

We came in at number 9 in the Travellers’ Choice Most Romantic hotels list, and at number 19 in the best hotel for customer service awards.

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Backgammon in the Lake District

The annual Lake District backgammon championship will be staged in March at Windermere’s Cedar Manor Hotel and is likely to attract top players from around the country.

The Lakes event is being staged for the fourth time and now has the backing of the UK Backgammon Federation and the British Isles Backgammon Association.

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Backgammon Cedar Manor Hotel Windermere Lake District

The popular Lake District backgammon club is re-launching, to bring a touch of the Mediterranean to Cumbrian winter evenings.

The first session will be on Thursday 9th February from 7pm at the Cedar Manor Hotel, Windermere, which is also the venue for the annual Lakes backgammon championship in late spring.

That event attracts top class players from all over Britain, but the local club welcomes enthusiasts and beginners, insists the organiser Jonathan Kaye.

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Fine Dining at Cedar Manor Hotel in Windermere

New Year resolution?  Can we make one for you…please!

New Year Resolutions? Of course we made them, and of course we will keep them. What else is January for?

But there's one thing we're determined to do this year - and it needs your co-operation, if you're reading this. We want to make sure that the world around us here in the Lakes realises that we have one of the top restaurants in the county. And that it's open to non-residents.

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blog for a luxury hotel in the Lake District

A challenge to bloggers... win a free stay at our award-winning hotel

In the days when newspapers were printed, and delivered through your letterbox, life was pretty simple. Journalists were trained to write news stories, and when they developed expertise, they could write opinion pieces, about politics, war, food, travel...and hotels.

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