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The Waverley Hotel
College Road

LA23 1BX | View map

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One of the original Windermere Hotels, the Waverley is brimming with character. We offer; a warm Lakeland welcome, hearty meals prepared daily, cooked and served by the proprietors Alison and Ron Walker, and outstanding levels of service and accommodation.

A beautiful stone building dating back to 1870, the Waverley has an exceptional location on a quiet side street and you couldn't select a better place to enjoy the whole of the Lake District, whether you explore by car, train, bus, or on foot. We are 5 minutes from 2 bus stations and the rail station and Lake Windemere is just a 15 minute leisurely walk.

All rooms are comfortable, en-suite some with bath tub, tv and tea and coffee tray in room, out side we have a large private car park. Free broad band conection is avalable in public area and wi/fi in some rooms.These are only some of many reasons why guests return time and time again, meeting old friends and renewing their love of the breathtaking scenery in this idyllic corner of the lakes.

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