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Ivy Bank
Holly Road
Windermere
Cumbria

LA23 2AF | View map
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Ivy Bank is a pretty Victorian house built in the 1890's from local slate and retains many of its original features. Within thirty minutes walk from Ivy Bank there are several excellent viewpoints, the lakeshore and tumbling waterfalls. We are situated on a quiet road away from main thoroughfares within a few minutes walk of the all the village facilities. All our bedrooms are en-suite and are provided with a colour TV, radio/alarm clock, hairdryer, a selection of toiletries and hospitality tray. In addition, 2 of our larger rooms have a sofa and DVD player. We have off road parking and safe storage for bikes. Guests staying at Ivy Bank can use our membership of a local leisure club. This includes free use of most of the facilities, such as - swimming pool, sauna, steam room, spa-bath, gym, badminton and snooker. We provide an informal and relaxing atmosphere, comfortably furnished and attractively decorated rooms and an excellent choice for breakfast.

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