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Lodore Falls Hotel wedding photography

 

In a majestic setting, this venue is in one of the most loved valleys in Cumbria and the Lakes District. With fantastic lake and mountain views, and a gorgeous waterfall, it’s a place to create some beautiful wedding photography. 

 

Nestled in the heart of the Borrowdale valley, just down the road from Keswick and overlooking Lake Derwentwater, this majestic Lakeland slate built hotel has had a commanding presence in the area for over 200 years. What better way to enjoy the beauty of the Lake District than by taking a relaxing break at the Lodore Falls Hotel? 

 

Standing in 40 acres of grounds with gardens, lake frontage and the dramatic backdrop of the spectacular Lodore Falls and surrounding mountains, this hotel has one of the finest settings in the Lake District, with access to some of the most impressive walks in the area from the front door.

 

If you would like read a brief overview of my Lake District wedding photography service then please click here, you can also view examples of my photography by viewing my portfolio here.

 

If you would like to receive a free brochure which contains a comprehensive wedding price list and details of all of the options, high quality wedding albums and other services I currently offer then please click here.

Lodore Falls Hotel wedding photography

Lodore Falls Hotel

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The Parklands
Cockermouth
Cumbria
CA13 0XJ

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