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Broadlands Guest House
19 Broad Street
Windermere
Cumbria

LA23 2AB | View map

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Set in the heart of the Lake District, this traditional Lakeland stone Victorian house is ideally located in a peaceful road just 2 minutes away from the centre of Windermere village. The house has lovely views overlooking Ellethwaite Park and is ideally located for visits to the village of Bowness on Windermere and the Lake. Furthermore, there are all grades of walks which can be started from the house – the staff are happy to advise you on them and offer maps and guides to help. Locally organised tours can also be arranged for you, with collection and drop-off at the property.

Although not a hotel, Broadlands provides a high standard of accommodation and service, which is reflected in its AA 3-star award, gaining 98% in all categories of service and housekeeping.
Please note that the guest house does not accept American Express/Amex cards

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