Sitting in large gardens (with tennis court!), this welcoming bright and airy holiday apartment is perfectly placed in a tranquil location overlooking lake Windermere, yet within just a mile of Bowness-on-Windermere with its shops and eating establishments. The best of both worlds for those who want to relax and unwind whilst being within easy reach of the areas many attractions.
Ideally placed with views over Lake Windermere, this modern stylish holiday apartment sits in extensive grounds where guests can enjoy peace and tranquility, along with an all-weather tennis court, putting area and croquet lawn. The many amenities of Bowness-on-Windermere are just a mile away. A perfect retreat to enjoy the many attractions of the Lake District.
A delightful Lakeland cottage ideally situated in a tranquil position near to the popular village of Bowness-on-Windermere which is located within the Lake District National Park. A cosy base from which to explore all this stunning area has to offer with super walking opportunities and an abundance of attractions.
A charming holiday cottage located in a peaceful position near to the village of Bowness-on-Windermere within the Lake District National Park. Within walking distance of numerous amenities and attractions, this is an ideal base from which to explore the area. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Exceptional both inside and out, this stylish well presented lodge sits in one of the most enviable positions in the Lake District with lovely views over Lake Windermere. Enjoy an alfresco meal on the terrace watching the sun set over the lake by night, and by day discover the many attractions of nearby Bowness and Windermere.
A stylish contemporary studio apartment specialising in short breaks with the exclusive use of an all weather hot-tub in a tranquil spot near Bowness-on-Windermere, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Lake District. Superb for walking and exploring the areas many attractions.
A contemporary log cabin offering a luxury retreat specialising in short breaks with exclusive use of a romantic heart shaped hot tub in a delightful peaceful setting near the popular village of Bowness-on-Windermere within the Lake District National Park.
Stay within walking distance of the Hawkshead Brewery, the Eagle and Child pub, and some great shops and cafes at The Wheelhouse. Built on a quiet road near the centre of Staveley village, The Wheelhouse puts you close to the action while avoiding the overly-touristy towns that detract from the peace and beauty of the Lake District National Park. The contemporary property, which is only a few miles from both Kendal and Windermere, can accommodate up to seven guests in three bedrooms. Facilities like the Swedish sauna and secure storage for bikes and pushchairs makes it perfect for families and groups of friends who want to enjoy the spectacular landscape without compromising on comfort.
An exceptional detached country cottage sitting in its own large enclosed 1.5 acre garden, nestling in the picturesque Winster Valley just four miles from Windermere in the heart of the Lake District National Park. Surrounded by stunning Lakeland scenery and wonderful walks, Arndale Cottage provides a tranquil setting for relaxation with plenty of space inside and out for everyone. Sleeping six in three bedrooms, the cottage offers the perfect blend of style and classic charm with two sitting rooms, a sun room leading to the terrace, country kitchen/diner with Aga and log burner for cosy nights in front of the fire. Perfect for enjoying everything the Lake District has to offer. Tourist board rating: 5 Star.
Enjoying a truly magical setting overlooking Lake Windermere, this exceptional holiday home offers guests the chance to enjoy an abundance of attractions, superb Lakeland walks and plenty of opportunity to relax and unwind. Just a short drive from Bowness with excellent amenities close to hand and perfect for boaters with its own private jetty for mooring (you can launch just half a mile away).
Bursting with character, this beautiful farmhouse oozes charm and provides a luxurious 5 Star retreat right in the heart of the Lake District in the stunning Troutbeck Valley. A very special retreat for friends and families close to Ambleside and Windermere towns and just a short walk from shores of Lake Windermere and an excellent pub. Sorry but short breaks are not available, just weekly or longer bookings taken throughout the year. Tourist board rating: 5 Star.
Situated in the quiet village of Newby Bridge near the foot of Lake Windermere, this holiday home is perfect for a family holiday, a romantic break or just a great place to holiday with friends. The Lake District has some of the most spectacular scenery in the country just waiting to be explored.
Sitting in a peaceful hamlet within easy reach of Windermere and under a mile from an excellent pub, this traditional pet-friendly Lakeland cottage is perfect for walkers and those wanting to relax or explore the Lake District National Park. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Beautifully presented, this delightful detached holiday home with log burner enjoys an enviable position in the popular Lakeland town of Windermere. Fantastic location for a luxury break with a country house hotel serving fine food just a two minute stroll away. Whether you want to relax, walk or explore the national park and its many attractions, this is an ideal retreat. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
When you stay at Brow Top you can enjoy the magnificence of Lake Windermere from the moment you wake up until the sun sets. The property, which is on a quiet cul-de-sac, is within walking distance of both Bowness and Windermere and enjoys commanding views across the water and surrounding mountains. It is extremely well furnished with every consideration being given to guests' comfort. The owners have arranged for guests to be able to use the swimming pool, Jacuzzi and sauna at the nearby Windermere Hydro Hotel (just a ten minute walk away). The Lake District National Park is beautiful whatever time of year you visit and Brow Top provides a wonderful home-from-home to stay while you explore lakes, fells, mountains and popular attractions like Beatrix Potter World.
A cosy beautifully presented holiday apartment just for two in a peaceful setting just a ten minute stroll from the many amenities in Windermere village. With wonderful walks on the doorstep and easy access to Lake Windermere, this is an ideal touring base for exploring the areas many attractions. Tourist board rating: 3 Star Gold.
Beautifully presented throughout, this cosy holiday cottages sleeps six guests in three bedrooms and is perfect at any time of the year with a lovely garden for enjoying the warmer months and log burner for cosy winter breaks. Offering the best of both worlds, the cottage enjoys a peaceful setting, yet it is just ten minute's stroll from the heart of Windermere village with its many amenities. Enjoy fabulous walks straight from the front door, top Lakeland attractions close by and plenty of opportunity to relax and unwind.
Beautifully presented, this substantial large holiday home has plenty of space for large parties of up to ten guests to socialise and relax in comfort and style. Perfectly placed just five minutes stroll from the very heart of Bowness-on-Windermere, this tranquil setting provides all the right ingredients to relax with excellent amenities, walks, water sports and attractions on the doorstep. A great base for exploring the Lake District National Park.
The Lake District is known for its inclement weather and it’s entirely possible to leave your holiday cottage on a sunny morning only to get caught in a shower on the way to the car! The best way to deal with this is to keep your wet weather gear handy and enjoy the beauty of the mist on the lake, the rushing waterfalls, and the sensation of the warm sun when it inevitably breaks through again.
You shouldn’t visit Windermere without going on the water, either in a self-chartered boat or on a scheduled cruise. A hop-on-hop-off ticket on the latter is a remarkably pleasant way to see some of Windermere’s attractions such as the Lakeland Motor Museum, Brockhole Visitor Centre, the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Steam Railway, and the shops and restaurants in Bowness. There are also dozens of walks which start near Windermere piers, including the trail to Orrest Head which has just enough gradient to make it really feel like you’ve earned the views from the top without being overly strenuous.
Getting to Windermere is a simple matter of taking the train from London, Glasgow, Carlisle, or Manchester, or driving via the M6. William Wordsworth wasn’t pulling your leg when he wrote about the beauty of his favourite part of the world. However you get there, you’ll find the journey through the Lake District to Windermere is almost as enjoyable as reaching your destination.