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Cambridge House
9 Oak Street

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Cambridge House is a very high standard small, friendly, family owned by Debbie & Dave the house built in the traditional Lakeland style in 1873 is a victorian house, with many original features. We take great pride in our warm friendly atmosphere and extra tasty home-cooked breakfast which give our guests that home from home feel. We have a large breakfast menu, including of course a traditional english breakfast, vegetarians catered for. Every effort will be made to ensure your trip is a pleasurable one, from tips on places to visit, free use of local maps, walks, cycle routes and much more. Each room is comfortably and charmingly decorated and offer the essential comforts of home such as, ensuite facilities, colour television, all rooms have satellite TV, DVD/CD player and complimentary use of DVD & CD library, radio alarms, hairdryer, hospitality tray and complimentary toiletries. We're just a minutes walk from all restaurants and shops in Windermere and only five minutes walk from the railway/coach station. Also Lake Windermere is only a pleasant 15 minute stroll away, guests staying two nights or more can enjoy free use of the nearby Leisure Facilities of Parklands Country Club (approx 1 mile away).

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