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Lonsdale House Star Rating 4        
Lake Road

A 5-minute walk from Bowness village and The World of Beatrix Potter Attraction, this elegant B&B is set in a quaint Victorian house with Lake Windermere views.Rooms feature opulent period-style decor and antique furnishings, plus en suite bathrooms and trays with tea, coffee and biscuits. Some have ornate 4-poster beds and lake views.
Melbourne Guest House Bowness-on-Windermere Star Rating 3        
2-3 Biskey Howe Road

Built around 1876 in traditional cumbrian Stone we are situated in a quiet corner of the village, with a superb choice of restaurants, shops and traditional pubs just a few minutes walk. Bowness Bay is just a six minute walk. Try a boat ride on Lake Windermere, visit Beetrix Potter's house nearby, cycling round grizedale forrest, canoeing, horse riding, walking or try a train journey on the Eskwale & Ravenglass narrow gauge railway through some of the most scenic views in england and all the sights you could wish to see.
Cambridge House Guest House Windermere Star Rating 4        
9 Oak Street

Centrally sited in the Lake District's Windermere village, this quaint family-run B&B sits off the A591, an 8-minute walk from National Rail First TransPennine Express trains.Simple Victorian-style rooms offer en suite bathrooms, free WiFi and TVs with Freeview and DVD players.Full cooked breakfast is included, as is access to local country club facilities.
Oakdene Apart Hotel Windermere Star Rating 3        
98 Oak Street

Discover all that Windermere has to offer with Apart Hotel-Oakdene as a base. All hotel's guestrooms have all the conveniences expected in a hotel in its class to suit guests' utmost comforts. Room amenities include non smoking rooms, inhouse movies, hair dryer, ironing board, television, bathtub, shower.
St Johns Lodge Windermere Star Rating 3        
Lake Road

Fronting the main road between Windermere and the village of Bowness-on-Windermere, this modest B&B is within a mile of the Windermere Steamboat Museum, the A591 and National Rail trains.The modern rooms feature bright decor with period accents, plus private bathrooms. Some add flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities, while expanded rooms add sitting areas.
Westbury House Windermere Star Rating 3        
27 Broad Street

Westbury House is ideally situated in a quiet road 2 minutes from the centre of Windermere. This charming Victorian residence is non-smoking and offers value for money and comfortable accommodation. All of the 5 bedrooms have colour television, en-suite shower rooms and teacoffee making facilities.
Ivythwaite Lodge hotel Star Rating 4        
Princes Road

Sitting on a residential street off the Windermere to Bowness road, this ornate B&B occupies a traditional stone home. It's within 0.8 miles of the A591 and National Rail trains.
Crompton House Bed & Breakfast Windermere Star Rating 3        
Lake Road

Sitting on a main road between the villages of Windermere and Bowness-on-Windermere, this quaint B&B is within a mile of the Windermere Steamboat Museum, Lake Windermere, the A591 and National Rail trains.Simple rooms are centrally heated and feature antique furnishings, en suite bathrooms, TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some have dressing tables or desks and 1 has a 4-poster bed.
Holbeck Ghyll Country House Star Rating 4        
Holbeck Lane

Among rolling countryside in the Lake District National Park, this sophisticated country house hotel with views of Lake Windermere is 4 miles from The World of Beatrix Potter Attraction and 6 miles from Windermere Golf Club.Posh, individually decorated rooms and suites come with flat-screen TVs, DVD players, complimentary gin, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Some add fireplaces, balconies, whirlpool baths and/or lake views.
Thornbank Guest House Windermere Star Rating 4        
4 Thornbarrow Road

Thornbank Guest House Windermere is a friendly bed and breakfast, providing comfortable affordable accommodation for the discerning guest, situated in a quiet residential area of Windermere within walking distance of Bowness, in the English Lake District, an area of outstanding beauty. Bowness is the ideal base for mountaining, canoeing, sailing, walking or just relaxing and enjoying the scenery. A gentle stroll takes you to the shops in Windermere and Bowness, together with restaurants and bars.
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Windermere is in the wonderful Lakes District, in north-west England. It is surrounded by mountains and some exceptional landscapes, making it a popular destination for lovers of climbing, hiking and water sports like canoeing, fishing, swimming and sailing. A boat ride in the lakes provides one with a different perspective of this beautiful country. Windermere Lake is the biggest in Great Britain. It extends from Newby Bridge almost as far as Ambleside and is framed by steep and wooded hills. Don't miss your chance to go fishing for mountain trout, a very rare type. You should also visit the Holehird Gardens, Blackwell Garden, Stagshaw Garden, the Windermere Horse Riding Centre, its golf course, the Watermill Brewing Co and interesting museums, like the Steam Boat Museum. Don't forget to check out the Aquarium and Brockhole, which has layered gardens next to the lake. Orrest Head is a historic pedestrian area that provides panoramic views. There is nothing more charming than a steam train ride along the southern edge of the lake, possibly ending in a boat or ferry trip. The range of accommodation has something for visitors of all tastes and budgets, including B & Bs, guest houses and luxury hotels. There are some wonderful pubs and inns where you can try the local beer. Come to Windermere for a really relaxing holiday.