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Low Brandle Howe
Ambleside Road
Windermere
Cumbria

LA23 1EU | View map
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Lowe Brandle Howe opened in July 2011 as a tasteful and well appointed annexe set in three acres of beautiful landscaped gardens and grounds of the Windermere Manor Hotel.

Low Brandle Howe has five fabulous Garden Rooms with level access and their own patio and garden furniture. Two further large double rooms are located on the first floor. All rooms feature modern touches such as cafetiere coffee, a Bodum tea maker, and optional continental breakfast packs are provided so you can enjoy breakfast (or a relaxing drink) on your own patio. Bed and room configurations at Low Brandle Howe are fully flexible and are ideal for larger families and groups. Some rooms are interconnecting and all rooms can be configured with double or twin beds. Some can sleep at least three people with roll-out beds. .

Low Brandle Howe is a short walk away from the picturesque shores of Lake Windermere. Situated at the heart of the Lake District, Windermere is England's longest lake and is hugely popular with visitors. The bustling towns of Bowness, Windermere and Ambleside are all waiting for you to explore. The more adventurous guest can enjoy a variety of water-based activities including water skiing, sailing, swimming or even a leisurely cruise.

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