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Sawrey House Hotel
Near Sawrey
Ambleside
Cumbria

LA22 0LF | View map

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The ideal base from which to explore the natural beauty of the Lake District, this charming country house is situated within the conservation village of Sawrey, enjoying views over Esthwaite Water.

Made famous by Beatrix Potter's children's stories, Sawrey is a peaceful village surrounded by a host of National Trust Properties and beautiful countryside. During your stay at Sawrey House you can explore Grizedale Forest or take the ferry across to the east of Lake Windermere. Alternatively, you can drive north to the very heart of the Lake District where you will find Ambleside, Hawkshead, Coniston, Langdale, Grasmere and Keswick.

Sawrey House offers a relaxing lounge, furnished with comfy sofas and antiques, where you can unwind after a long day by the log fire and enjoy the beautiful views across the peaceful garden, fountain and surrounding countryside. The mature garden is a peaceful haven for wildlife and birds and features a lovely water fountain.

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