Hotel Wynford Guest House Ambleside
Sharon and Paul Morton welcome you to Wynford Guest House in Ambleside Lakeland's best loved village where you will find a warm friendly welcome first class accommodation and excellent food.Furnished and decorated to a superior standard Wynford combines elegance and comfort with a relaxed atmosphere where you can be sure of an enjoyable stay. Situated in a quiet traffic free lane on the edge of Ambleside and leading directly on to the fellside Wynford offers peaceful surroundings great views and a tranquil garden for you to enjoy. Walkers and cyclists welcome and there are walks from the door. Clothes drying facilities are available. There is ample private parking.
Hotel Waterhead Ambleside
For six months from November 2003, the Waterhead Hotel underwent a £2.7 million refurbishment and extension to become the Lake Districts first four star Townhouse Hotel. You are now invited to experience the most contemporary and luxurious surroundings, staying in bedrooms with the most modern, yet user friendly, equipment, including CDDVD players and flat screen TVs. Whilst the Waterheads facilities have been transformed, what has remained is the relaxing Lakeside setting and superlative views over Waterhead Bay with its backdrop of Wetherlam Fell and Coniston Old Man.Probably the most spectacular time to appreciate the view is as the sun sets behind the fells, the sky turns crimson and the lake reflects this beauty. Now picture yourself admiring this majestic natural spectacle from the comfortable surroundings of the Bay Bar and Lounge whilst being presented with a glass of your favourite tipple. Or allow yourself to be pampered with our courteous, friendly, anticipatory and professional service in the Bay Restaurant. The menu features local produce imaginatively prepared and presented. Lessening the number of food miles (distance from producer to plate) is an important consideration for Chef Michael Weston-Cole.Should you fancy something more energetic, then the fells beckon from our doorstep, or you can utilise the complimentary membership of the Low Wood Leisure Club, which is located less than a mile from the Waterhead. Facilities include an indoor pool, sauna, solarium, gym and beauty treatments.
Hotel Lake House Ambleside
Lake House in Ambleside is a family run country house, which has spectacular views across Waterhead Bay, Windermere Loughrigg Fell and the Langdale Peaks as well as offering stylish, modern and luxurious accommodation. With its country house atmosphere combined with stylish decor and modern luxury touches, not to mention its eighteen gorgeous bedrooms and wonderful raised vistas, Lake House is a perfect place to stay and make your own. Come together in the large, light dining and living area with stunning lake views, or find your own space to relax and escape on one of the lovely reading landings or from the privacy of your large bedroom. Lake House manages to combine grandeur and intimacy in private surroundings for all occasions. Please note, due to the relaxing nature of the building rooms are not suitable for children.
Each of the 18 bedrooms are decorated and fitted to the highest standards, all en-suite with TV with DVD, CD players and tea/coffee making facilities. Some superior rooms feature four poster beds and have the best views over Lake Windermere.
Traditional Lakeland breakfast is served in the dining room with an array of continental breads, cereals, smoked fish and fruit with wonderful lake and mountain views. Full English is set out for you to help yourself and there are trays for you to take it all up to your room if you so wish - breakfast in bed do it yourself style!!
Hotel Wateredge Inn Ambleside
Wateredge Inn stands on the shores of Lake Windermere a short walk from Ambleside centre. Set across two former 17th century fishermen's cottages it offers a large bar restaurant cosy bedrooms and period features.The individual bedrooms each have an en-suite bathroom and teacoffee facilities. Rooms also have a flat-screen TV hairdryer and a comfortable seating area. Many rooms have lake views and some have lake view balconies or garden patios.The popular and atmospheric bar-restaurant serves traditional British cuisine using fresh local produce and features exposed beams log fires and lake views. Generous full English breakfasts are served each morning and you can also enjoy a range of real ales and world wines in the evenings.Surrounded by beautiful lakes and mountains Wateredge has its own boat slipway and jetty and is just metres from the steamer pier for cruises down the lake. It is also close to popular walking tracks and cycle paths.Guests have membership of a nearby Leisure Spa with swimming pool.
Hotel Cuckoo Brow Ambleside
The Cuckoo Brow Inn is a traditional Lake District Inn nestled in the quiet village of Far Sawrey. Only a short walk away from the famous National Trust home of Beatrix Potter Hill Top Farm we offer cosy newly refurbished accommodation excellent hearty food local ales and log fires. Popular with walkers cyclists and the weekend traveller alike you will find a warm welcome at the Cuckoo Brow. Our doors are open to Couples Families and to those wishing to bring their pet away to the Lake District. The Cuckoo Brow is open all year round welcoming guests coming to stay for a few nights or just popping in for a pint.We have 14 excellent en-suite accommodation rooms; all our rooms have been completely refurbished. We have brought the old Inn right up-to scratch with powerful showers deep baths flat screen TVs and super king-size beds. We have rooms for the family with bunk beds for children rooms with twin beds and superior rooms with beautiful freestanding roll top baths. Tea and Coffee facilities are available in each room. Breakfast is included in your stay; we offer a buffet of cereals juices and yoghurts followed by a cooked breakfast of your choice ranging from a full hearty Cumbrian breakfast or a lighter smoked haddock with poached eggs.
Hotel The Britannia Inn Ambleside
A 400 year old Lakeland Inn with oak beams, real fires and small, cosy rooms. Famed for our real ales and extensive menu of freshly cooked dishes, using local produce as much as possible.Situated in the middle of picturesque Elterwater village, with the magnificent Langdale Pikes as a backdrop, there are walks of every variety in all directions from the front door.