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Ellerthwaite Lodge
New Road
Windermere
Cumbria

LA23 2LA | View map

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Superbly placed for those wishing to enjoy the pleasures of the Lake District, this charming 19th century house provides friendly and comfortable accommodation in the traditional Lakes town of Windermere. The lodge is just a 2-minute walk from the recently refurbished Windermere town centre, with its variety of shops and its selection of good-quality restaurants. The shores of Lake Windermere are also just a short stroll away, providing the opportunity to try your hand at a number of water sports.

A 4-star, non-smoking guesthouse, Ellerthwaite Lodge has been given a makeover during 2007/2008 and now provides 16 relaxing and comfortably furnished en suite rooms. On the first floor there is an open lounge area furnished with Chesterfield sofas, Brinton carpet and original stained glass windows which provide panoramic views across Windermere to the fells beyond. A relaxing area, here you can sit with a book or newspaper and pass the time away, or catch up on the days events. From the lounge, you can descend the original pitch pine wooden staircase to reception which features, again, luxury Briton carpet, hand-made wooden features, a grandfather clock and William Morris wallpaper.

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