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Lakes Lodge
Lake Road
Ambleside
Cumbria

LA22 0DB | View map

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Lakes Lodge offers contemporary townhouse bed and breakfast accommodation in the centre of Ambleside. The Lodge offers modern facilities with an atmosphere to give you "a great night and a good morning" All rooms are en-suite,with a choice of family, four poster and king size bedded rooms offering views of Ambeside town and its surroundings. TV with DVD, Playstation is available at reception and complementary tray in all rooms. Ice machine for guest use with beer and wines available throughout the day. Ample parking and lock-up for motorcycles and mountain bikes. Start your day in the cafe-style buffet breakfast room where you can help yourself to continental style cuisine. This comprises of cereals, fruit, bread and fruit juice to name just a few items available. Throughout the day the coffee machine is on for you to help yourself to when returning from a day on the lake or walking in the fells. Please note the establishment is completely non-smoking. If guests smoke in the bedrooms a charge of up to 1 night accommodation may apply.If guests intend to check in after 8pm can they please inform the hotel prior to their arrival.

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