Ambleside

Ambleside is arguably the heart of the Lake District, with its Beatrix Potter connections, archetypal Lakeland scenery of hills and water, and hospitality facilities that cater with quiet efficiency for the many visitors to this idyllic spot... Read More

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Ambleside Events

March
Ambleside Daffodil and Spring Flower Show
July
Ambleside Rush Bearing
Ambleside Traditional Lakeland Sports
August
Ambleside Summer Flower Show & Craft Fair
Vale of Rydal Sheepdog Trials and Hound Show
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Hotels in Ambleside - 43 places to stay

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Outgate Inn

Outgate Inn
Many of the original features of the Inn have been maintained, keeping that charming old world feel. You can expect to be warmed by a lovely real fire in the winter months and for those ... More | visit website
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Ambleside Salutation Hotel

Ambleside Salutation Hotel

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In the heart of the Lake District, amid dramatic fells and picturesque valleys, you will find The Ambleside Salutation.
Enjoying a village centre location and boasting breathtaking views, this 17th century hotel ... More

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New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel

New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel

Set amidst The Lake Districtís most dramatic fells in the picturesque Langdale Valley, the New Dungeon Ghyll Hotel nestles beneath the Langdale Pikes and Pavey Ark in 6 acres of mature gardens and pasture.
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Churchill Inn

Churchill Inn

Located in the centre of Ambleside with private parking and all the amenities literally on your doorstep. All rooms are en-suite with tv & tea / coffee making facilities. Plus benifit froman iron and ironing ... More | visit website

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Lake House Hotel

Lake House Hotel

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A luxury country house. Modern, stylish and luxurious. Relaxed and informal. Spectacular views across Waterhead Bay, Windermere, Loughrigg Fell and Langdale Pikes. Set apart in sweeping gardens but a short walk ... More

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Best Western Ambleside Salutation Hotel

Best Western Ambleside Salutation Hotel
In the heart of the breathtakingly beautiful Lake District, this 17th century hotel sits in Ambleside's picture perfect village centre putting guests at the heart of traditional English way of life just a mile from ... More | visit website
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Sawrey House Hotel

Sawrey House Hotel

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The ideal base from which to explore the natural beauty of the Lake District, this charming country house is situated within the conservation village of Sawrey, enjoying views over Esthwaite Water.

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Rothay Manor Hotel & Restaurant

Rothay Manor Hotel & Restaurant

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Set in picturesque, landscaped gardens, this regency country house hotel is found in the heart of the Lake District. Located just a quarter mile from Lake Windermere and a short walk from ... More | Double Room: From £65

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Fisherbeck Hotel

Fisherbeck Hotel

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This delightful 18 bedroomed, non-smoking Bed & Breakfast is perfectly located within Ambleside between the shops and lake Windermere - just a short stroll to either. Plenty of private parking. ... More

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Kings Arms Hotel (The)

Kings Arms Hotel (The)
The Kings Arms, Hawkshead lies peacefully at the heart of the English Lakes in the beautiful vale of Esthwaite. The Inn, on Hawkhead's Main Square, has greeted visitors since Elizabethan times to a place ... More | Double Room: From £45 | visit website

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