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Glenville House
Lake Road
Windermere
Cumbria

LA23 2EQ | View map

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Traditionally built Lakeland-Stone Victorian House sits in its own gardens backed by Mill Beck & Sherrifs Wood and is situated a short walk from both the centres of Windermere and Bowness on Windermere. On the ground floor there is a spacious breakfast room and a large Deluxe room. The wonderful pitch pine staircase takes you up to another four rooms and one room on the second floor. All are tastefully decorated and furnished, with full central heating, widescreen colour TV, CD clock/radio. All ensuites have bathrobes, towels and luxury toiltries with an enhanced welcome tray and quality hairdryer in all rooms. We are delighted offer 4 Superior Rooms that are large & spacious. Also we have 2 Deluxe rooms...both are also large one having a bath and Super king sized bed and the other is on the ground floor with a seperate bath and shower in the ensuite and a bay window overlooking our front garden.

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