Places to stay at Wray Castle
Pitch up a tent on the shore of the lake, relax in B&B comfort, or stay in a National Trust holiday home. The choice is yours.
In the Lake District the National Trust owns and cares for a large number and variety of buildings. Many of these are working farms or private homes but some are let to tenants who run them as bed and breakfasts, pubs or hotels.
In addition we have Trust holiday cottages and campsites giving everyone the opportunity to stay over in a special place.
If you're looking for somewhere to stay close to Wray Castle, nowhere is closer than the Dower House which is in the grounds; or Near Sawrey (where Beatrix Potter's Hill Top is located) is just a few miles away. See below for links.
You can search for bed and breakfast in scenic locations throughout our area on our national search page.
For self-catering choose from our list of holiday cottages, all nearby.
You can also try a variety of camping experiences too including yurts and pods.
Our holiday cottages
The Trees: A lovely new addition to our holiday cottages situated in woodland near the lake and Castle.
The Summer House: The Summer House near Wray Castle with great views of the surrounding Lake District scenery.
Low & High Strawberry Gardens: Right on the edge of Lake Windermere, use the newly upgraded track to walk or cycle to the Castle.
Tanner Brow: Newly refurbished apartment well located between Hawkshead and the car ferry.
A campsite on the lakeshore
The Low Wray campsite is a favourite with families and is located very near Wray Castle, just a short walk or cycle gets you here. With things for kids to enjoy whatever the weather that's a great bonus.
With its choice of pitch locations and interesting selection of 'alternative' camping experiences Low Wray is a fantastic campsite on the western shore of Lake Windermere.
If you'd prefer to be among the mountains around Coniston and Langdale then our Hoathwaite and Langdale campsites are a great alternative whilst still only a short drive away. Check out our National Trust Lake District campsite pages for more information.
Enjoy local hospitality
The Dower House: The Castle's nearest neighbour, a mid-19th century country property in an idyllic situation.
Tower Bank Arms: A traditional 17th-century Lakeland inn in Near Sawrey.
Sawrey House Hotel: A Victorian country house in three acres of gardens in Near Sawrey.