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The Hideaway at Windermere
Phoenix Way
Windermere
Cumbria

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Tucked quietly away, just behind the village of Windermere, sits a secret treasure which truly lives up to its name. The Hideaway at Windermere, a Restaurant with Rooms, is a beautiful Victorian Lakeland home, surrounded by peace, yet in the heart of it all, offers a welcome with warmth and a whole lot more than a place to stay...

Our aim is simple.... to provide restful rooms, delicious food & exceptional service. Our approach is even simpler ... Relaxed and welcoming with a true passion to spoil & indulge; an intimate charm no large hotel can match; luxurious yet affordable; without stuffiness, with great attention to detail ... and always with a lot of care.

Our 12 restful en suite rooms have snuggly beds, fresh, crisp sheets, cosy duvets & sparkling bathrooms. All have colour TV's, tea & coffee facilities, telephones, hair dryers & radio alarm clocks.

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Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12

Price per Room:

Double: From 90
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Restaurant

Name: The Hideaway Restaurant
Cuisine: Modern British
Awards: 1 AA Rosette

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