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Park House Guest House
Compston Road
Ambleside
Cumbria

LA22 9DJ | View map
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Welcome to the Park House Guest House in Ambleside, at the very heart of the beautiful English Lake District. Park House is a 3 storey, stone-built Victorian property which has been newly restyled and re-furbished offering high quality Bed and Breakfast accommodation, comprising of 4 double en-suite bedrooms and 2 singles with prices ranging from £25 to £36 per person per night depending on the time of year.

Situated in the heart of Ambleside, one of the most picturesque villages of the English Lake District, this small family run guest house is surrounded by dramatic scenery and is only a short walk from the northern edge of Lake Windermere. With this beautiful lake and the mountains at the doorstep, including Helvellyn, one of Englandís highest peaks, there is always somewhere new to explore in this lovely region and you will never be short of something to do.

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Number of Rooms: 6

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Double: £25 - £36
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