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Holly-Wood Guest House
Holly Road,

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Holly-Wood is a charming, quietly situated and family owned Guest House ideally situated just a few minutes walk from Windermere Village Centre in the heart of the Lake District. Bowness-on-Windermere, with its boat rides and numerous specialist arts and craft shops, restaurants, cafes and inns is a short stroll down the hill. The Guest House is a beautiful Victorian built family home offering guests stylish and secluded accommodation, with friendly service and a warm welcome. Strictly non-smoking through-out,. We are unable to accommodate pets. Holly-Wood has its own small car park at the rear of the property. Guests will love our hearty breakfasts, both traditional and vegetarian, which are served in our spacious dining room. We have 6 rooms: 1 Superior double, 1 Deluxe King bed Room, 2 double rooms, 1 Superior twin room and one Single room, they are all en-suite with the Deluxe King room having a bath en-suite.


Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6

Price per Person

Double: £37.50 - £52.50
Twin: £42.50 - £45
Single: £45 - £50
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