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B and Bs in Windermere

Lake Road

LA23 2EQ | View map

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Our quality B&B is the ideal launch pad for your Lake District stay. After a satisfying night's rest in one of our firm but comfortable beds, stroll down to the elegant dining room. There you will find a breakfast to keep the keenest walker or cyclist going all day. Visit us once and you'll want to stay again.
We regret that we do not accept one-night stays.


Ratings/Awards: VisitBritain 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 8
Number Ensuite: 7

Price per Person

Double: 25 - 43 - Four-poster & superior rooms available
Twin: 25 - 43
Single: 30 - 35
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
TV in Rooms

Sample Menu:

Cereals, juice, yoghurt, fruit etc

Please help yourself from the sideboard


Full English breakfast of Windermere free
range egg, grilled dry-cured bacon and
Cumberland sausage, baked mushroom and tomato

Eggs fried, scrambled or poached as you prefer


Tea or coffee with white or wholemeal toast
Butter, jam, marmalade

Our bacon & sausage comes from the local,
humanely reared and antibiotic-free herd
kept by Woodalls of Waberthwaite

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