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B and Bs in Ullswater

Waternook Lakeside Accommodation
Howtown
Ullswater
Cumbria

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Waternook, lying at the foot of Hallin Fell on the shore of beautiful Ullswater offers room and breakfast for those wishing to escape the crowd. We provide a quiet, relaxing stay, a comfortable bed, a hearty Cumbrian breakfast (with produce sourced locally) and warm hospitality. Waternook enjoys over a quarter of a mile of Ullswater lake frontage, boat house and jetty and 27 acres of land exclusively for guests to explore at their leisure. At Waternook you are perfectly placed to enjoy all that Ullswater has to offer. Waternook is a short 500 metre walk from the hamlet of Howtown and Howtown Pier where the Ullswater Steamer docks and can ferry you to Pooley Bridge, Patterdale and Glenridding and some of the most beautiful walks in Lakeland. Ullswater offers fishing, canoeing and boat hire; bird, red squirrel and wildlife watching (the red deer in Martindale); fell walking with Hallin Fell, High Street, Pikeawassa, Fusedale, Beda Fell, Boredale and Place Fell on the doorstep. Nearby to visit, Pooley Bridge, Glenridding and Patterdale; for the more energetic, mountain biking, bouldering and of course sailing on Ullswater.

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