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Rooms at the Apple Pie
Apple Pie Eating House
Rydal Road

Ambleside
Cumbria

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Bed & Breakfast in The Lake District which is that little bit different!
A new and exciting addition to 'The Apple Pie' in Ambleside – a café with rooms! Quality, contemporary, boutique style accommodation on a room only basis but with the added bonus of the option of breakfast at our cafe and craft bakery which is adjacent , 'The Apple Pie' (in fact all purchases at 'the Pie') at a discounted rate. Located in the heart of bustling, scenic Ambleside at the head of England's largest lake – Windermere and right next to the famous Bridge House, we are perfectly placed for mountain biking or walking straight from the door. Although being set back from the road we are located in a peaceful corner of the village. We've also got a drying room and cycle store. We're in easy reach of Ambleside’s many real ale pubs and excellent restaurants to say nothing of the outdoor shops! For Beatrix Potter fans the rooms are converted from the offices of Gatey Heelis – her husband’s solicitors firm – and she’s known to have been a regular visitor.

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