Windermere

Windermere is both town and lake, Englandís largest freshwater lake, perhaps the most iconic stretch of water in this country. Itís a boating paradise for sailors Ė with some huge boats kept there Ė with terrific facilities for visitors as regards accommodation, eateries and shopping... Read More

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Lakeside Hotel on Windermere

Lakeside Hotel on Windermere
Lakeside Hotel, the best 4 star hotel on the shores of Windermere offers you a unique location on the water's edge of Lake Windermere.

It is a classic traditional Lakeland Hotel, personally owned and managed ... More | Double Room: £97.50 | visit website

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Beech Hill Hotel and Spa

Beech Hill Hotel and Spa

The Beech Hill is located in the heart of England's beautiful Lake District National Park. Set into the hillside on the eastern bank of Lake Windermere, Britain's largest lake, you will find unrivalled panoramic views ... More | Double Room: From £118 (low) | visit website

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The Hideaway at Windermere

The Hideaway at Windermere

Tucked quietly away, just behind the village of Windermere, sits a secret treasure which truly lives up to its name. The Hideaway at Windermere, a Restaurant with Rooms, is a beautiful Victorian Lakeland home, surrounded ... More | Double Room: From £90 | visit website

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Adam Place Guest House

Adam Place Guest House
Linda and Stevie assure you of a warm and friendly welcome at Adam Place. Built in the 19th Century, this traditional Lakeland slate house is an ideal base for exploring the natural beauty of the ... More | visit website
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Fir Trees Guest House

Fir Trees Guest House
We invite you to join us at "Fir Trees" in the English Lake District, our Windermere guest house of considerable character and charm, having been built in 1888 as a Victorian gentleman's residence.

We are within ... More | Double Room: From £30 | visit website
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Applegarth Hotel & Restaurant

Applegarth Hotel & Restaurant

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The Applegarth has all the friendliness and comfort of a family-run hotel - in a building rich with historical interest.

Five minutes from the hotel you could be stepping out ... More | Double Room: From £70 | visit website

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Miller Howe Hotel

Miller Howe Hotel
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Famous country house hotel and restaurant. Formerly owned by celebrity chef/author John Tovey who remains a consultant now that Miller Howe is owned by former ... More | Double Room: £80-£175
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Ivythwaite Lodge hotel

Ivythwaite Lodge hotel

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The Ivythwaite Lodge is hotel-class accommodation with the friendliness of a guest house. This pleasant retreat offers sumptuous aqua spa baths and king-size four poster beds. Luxury is only a ... More

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Belsfield Hotel

Belsfield Hotel
This is a Victorian country house in six acres of beautiful gardens overlooking Lake Windermere in the resort town of Bowness-on-Windermere. The view from here is hard to beat and the hotel offers excellent business ... More | visit website
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Brown Horse Inn

Brown Horse Inn

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Set in the heart of the Lake Distric in the buittifull village of Winster 5 minutes from the Lake and Windermere by car.Walks are on ... More

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