Warm in character but contemporary in style, this central Ambleside
cottage enjoys a surprisingly peaceful location. It's an ideal retreat
for one or two couples to relax, unwind and explore the Lakes at any
time of year. Stylish dining facilities promise memorable sociable
evenings in, while separate floor bedrooms, two luxury bathroom
facilities ensure space and privacy when required.
Outside, you'll find an enclosed rear patio for pre-dinner drinks,
coffee or reading al-fresco. Famous walks begin on your doorstep, and
only a stroll away you'll find pubs, sophisticated shopping, acclaimed
restaurants and lake cruises. Perfect!
Accommodation in detail
Parking permit provided for outside or very near the cottage. Enter to
the cosy lounge with sinking sofas, large TV/DVD and woodburning stove.
Chic separate dining room with room for 6 people, leading to the 2nd
lounge/games room with games console. Neat fitted kitchen leading to
the enclosed rear patio. Upstairs to the double bedroom and 2 luxury
bathroom facilities, then upstairs again to a 2nd king-size double
bedroom with dressing room.
Ambleside is a popular Lake District village, taking a very scenic
location on the northern shores of Lake Windermere and surrounded by a
dramatic backdrop of Lakeland Fells. It's a superb choice for couples
or groups, who'll enjoy being able to explore on foot and sample the
very best of Lakeland village life!
In Ambleside village centre, you'll find sophisticated shopping and
fabulous eating - an array of cafes, restaurants and traditional pubs
await. Ambleside also has two cinema venues, adding to a wide range of
choices for romantic or sociable evenings out!
Why not take a cruise on Lake Windermere during your stay? Windermere
Lake Cruises depart regularly from Ambleside Pier at Waterhead, which
is just a stroll out of the village - a great way to explore Bowness
and Lakeside without having to drive.
Ambleside is a super base for walking in the Lake District, and the
scenery is a constant source of inspiration for those who are packing
their boots! Route information is on hand at Tourist Information and
you'll easily find advice in the many expert outdoor clothing stores.
Touring by car is scenic in every direction from your holiday cottage
in Ambleside. Follow the A591 north past tranquil Rydal Water to
historic Grasmere, and visit such attractions as the former home of
William Wordsworth at Dove Cottage and The Wordsworth Museum. The A591
also leads easily south to Troutbeck Bridge, Windermere and on to
Ambleside is a fantastic base whether you wish to hike in the fells,
tour the Lake District's scenic areas or simply explore the charms of
the local area. Enjoy!
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