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Sandown Guesthouse
Lake Road

LA23 2JF | View map

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Located in the idyllic setting of Bowness-on-Windermere, Sandown Guest House is a gem of a bed and breakfast, which has recently been lovingly renovated by its owners Georgeene and Mark Eastwood. This delightful accommodation is a mere hop and a skip from both the village of Bowness and the waters edge of Lake Windermere.

The elegant surroundings of Sandown Guest House now include all four guest rooms with shower en-suites and each room has been decorated to a high standard with a contemporary relaxing style, as have the other guest areas. The guest bedrooms are bright and exceedingly comfortable with flat screen TV’s, Freeview, a complimentary selection of hot beverages, and complimentary Wi-Fi internet connection. As all the guest rooms are located on the ground floor, guests with reduced mobility will find it particularly well suited to their needs. Naturally a delicious and locally sourced locally breakfast is included in your stay.

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