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Chestnuts Guest House
Princes Road
Windermere
Cumbria

LA23 2EF | View map

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In a quite corner of the village you will come across Chestnuts Guest House. The Chestnuts makes the ideal base for enjoying the fabulous Lake District whether you want to relax and take in the spectacle, explore the fells or enjoy a meal in the numerous pubs and restaurants. We are only five minutes walk to Windermere village, ten minutes walk to Bowness village and fifteen minutes to Lake Windermere. Windermere train station is a short taxi drive or fifteen minutes on foot. We have private parking for all our guests and a secluded garden. We also have leisure facilities available which are only a few minutes away by car or fifteen minutes walk.
Complimentary refreshments are offered on arrival. Free wi-fi.

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