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Elim Bank Hotel
Lake Road
Windermere
Cumbria

LA23 2JJ | View map
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The Elim Bank Hotel will offer you a friendly welcome and most homely and comfortable accommodation whether you are planning a quiet and relaxing or active holiday in this; the most beautiful corner of England. We are a small family-run Hotel with seven comfortably furnished bedrooms; all with en-suite facilites. Priding ourselves on a friendly atmosphere and excellent home cooking we can cater for most tastes and needs. Welcoming families; we can also arrange sleeping accommodation to satisfy. If you have any special requirements just let us know beforehand and we'll be happy to do all we can.Visitors can sample the unusually varied and magnificent landscapes both in and around Lakeland or the many places of historical or local interest including famous houses; beautiful gardens or sites of antiquity.The Lake District holds a wealth of interest for the tourist whether on foot or with transport. Bikes and Cars can be readily hired and the local bus services are extensive and regular; and of course; as Bowness is centred half way along the Lake; you are able to take advantage of the lake ferries which can take you down to Lakeside at the foot of the Lake where you can visit the superb "Aquarium of the Lakes" and take a journey on the Haverthwaite Steam Railway. Alternatively; you can take a cruise to Ambleside at the head of the Lake; which is another of the beautiful small towns in the Windermere area.

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