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Haven Cottage
Rydal Road
Ambleside
Cumbria

LA22 9AY | View map
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Haven Cottage offers you a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. It is conveniently situated on the edge of picturesque Ambleside with a good selection of shops, restaurants and cinemas only 3 minutes walk away, yet it is just a short stroll to Lake Windermere or the beautiful countryside.

Ample private parking is available off road at the front of the property.

Originally two Victorian cottages, the property now provides modern facilities whilst retaining the traditional feel of a country cottage.

All of our bedrooms are tastefully decorated and have hospitality trays, wireless internet access, colour TV and radio/alarms. Rooms have en suite or private facilities. Families can be accommodated with interconnecting rooms and a private bathroom

Food is sourced locally, where possible, and is used to produce a traditional Cumbrian breakfast. Special diets can be catered for with prior notice.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 4
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