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The Willowsmere
Ambleside Road
Windermere
Cumbria

LA23 1ES

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The Willowsmere is a large 1850s Lakeland stone guest house recently fully refurbished to a very high standard. Set in its own landscaped gardens in Windermere, The Willowsmere is ideally located to explore The Lake District.

Martin and Sue welcome you to their home, which offers a friendly and cosy home from home atmosphere. The Willowsmere was built around 1865 as a Lakeland cottage and extended around 1875 as a country home for a well-to- do Victorian family. It has been tastefully restored and renovated to a high standard and includes the luxuries that you would expect when staying in a fine English hotel. The guest house has thirteen en suite bedrooms, all with those little extras that make your stay a pleasant and relaxing one. There are two lounges for guest use and a secluded landscaped garden where you can enjoy a drink from the well-stocked cellar. The Willowsmere has a large off-road car park and is centrally located 8 minutes walk from Windermere centre and train station and 10 minutes walk from the tranquil shores of Lake Windermere. All guests have FREE use of leisure facilities nearby (5 minutes walk). We do not have any family rooms; therefore regretfully we cannot accommodate children under 12 years of age. Please note that normally we take bookings for a minimum of two nights weekdays and three nights at weekends.

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