10 of Britain’s best waterside hotels

10 of britains best waterside hotels

On the aptly named Loch Awe, Ardanaiseig has an opulent, baronial feel without any of the stuffiness that can sometimes characterise older-style hotels. This is a place for books in front of the fire, croquet on the lawn and late-night whiskies in the scarlet-walled bar, before retiring to one of the 16 seductive rooms. The hotel has its own boats, which can be used for fishing or simply pottering between the ancient ruins and islets that dot the loch. Cycling, horse-riding and clay-pigeon shooting can all be arranged. Doubles from £155 room-only, ardanaiseig.com

A charming 16th-century inn on the banks of the River Derwent, the Plough makes an ideal base for exploring Edale and Hope valley, both a few minutes’ drive away. There are seven simple but comfortable rooms and two wooden-framed self-catering shepherd’s huts in the garden. Dining is hearty – fresh sardines, roasted pork belly, with vegan options, too – and there’s plenty of outdoor seating. Doubles from £130 B&B, theploughinn-hathersage.co.uk

The tranquil riverfront gardens and immaculate lawns at the Swan give little hint of its colourful past…

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