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Lingmoor Guest Accommodation
7 High Street
Windermere
Cumbria

LA23 1AF | View map

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This charming traditional Lakeland house offers comfortable accommodation in a great location, in the centre of the village of Windermere, in the heart of the beautiful Lake District. The superb location makes Lingmoor Guest Accommodation a great base from which to explore the stunning natural beauty and breathtaking scenery of the Lake District, which so inspired Wordsworth, Wainwright and Beatrix Potter. Windermere’s train and coach station is just a 3-minute walk away and all of the town’s pubs and restaurants are within easy walking distance.

This family-run house was built in 1854, by and for the local railway, which arrived in Windermere at that time. Today, the house still retains its beautiful original exterior, its slate roof and several other lovely period features. There are 5 comfortable, modern en suite rooms with showers, each of which is well-equipped with a colour television and tea/coffee making facilities. Lingmoor Guest Accommodation aims to offer a comfortable, hospitable stay, at an affordable price, in a family-run house. With just 5 rooms, guests can benefit from attentive, personalised service. Accommodation is available throughout the year.

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