The shop is open daily during the main season and sells a wide range of daily essentials, locally produced eggs and bacon, souvenirs, Waterfoot Park gift vouchers and games. We can order your daily papers for you so please ask on arrival. The shop and Mansion entrance has a wide array of local brochures for great days out. Free Wi-Fi is available in the Mansion House.We accept the local currency, the Lake District Pound in the shop and Mansion bar too.
Due to our rural location we have limited Wi-Fi signal on some parts of the site. We do have Wi-Fi available free of charge for one hour every 24 hours in the Mansion House. The Mansion House and side lounge are open daily daily for customers. Opening hours for the Mansion House Bar are displayed by reception.
The Mansion Bar & Coffee Shop is open at selected times in the main season. The opening times are displayed around the park. There is free Wi-Fi in this area. The Mansion Bar is a spacious open lounge area with patio doors that lead to the terraced gardens with our unique water feature. The exterior has extensive views over Ullswater. There is outdoor table tennis and badminton to keep children of all ages happy. During the main season, we run our evening Mansion nights so keep an eye out on the event pages and the reception notice board during your stay for detailed information.
Set within an acre of land, there is a small football pitch for older children and a fenced off children’s play area for our younger visitors; with swings, climbing towers, a small slide, and spring based rocking toys. All areas have protective coverings of play bark and/or rubber matting but children must be supervised when using this area. The play park is closed at 9pm nightly or at dusk if earlier. This area is out of bounds for dogs.
Follow the Daffodil symbols around the Ullswater Way. A circular 20 mile walk which goes through the Park and around the lake, affording spectacular views along the way. The route can be split into short sections and combined with a cruise on an Ullswater ‘Steamer’. For the full route map please click here.