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Blenheim Lodge


Brantfell Road, Bowness-on-Windermere, LA23 3AE

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About the hotel

Blenheim Lodge nestles tranquilly into countryside and boasts stunning Lake and fell views. Our hilltop B&B is secluded BUT not isolated, and we invite you to make it YOUR ‘home from home’. Each room is unique, many with antique pieces.

Quality handmade beds provide restful sleep. All rooms have Lake or woodland views. We offer single, double (including 4-poster), twin or triple rooms. Our B&B is eco-friendly. We buy local where possible. For breakfast, we serve tasty butcher-cured bacon and handmade sausage. Our local dairy delivers fresh milk and eggs daily. Just a convenient 5-minute walk to the attractions and amenities of Bowness centre and Lake Windermere, Blenheim Lodge offers a peaceful haven from noisy main road traffic, crowds and late night revellers. Stay with us for the best of both worlds, not forgetting our fab Lake views too! We are walker, golfer, biker, cyclist, and angler friendly and offer 2 free local fishing permits. We have onsite parking.

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Showing Sunday 23 October 2016 to Monday 24 October 2016

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Car parking available onsite
Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room

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16:00 21:00
Max Child Age
Up to 3 years old
Important information
01/03/2013 to 31/05/2022 - Guests use our car park at their own risk. A card transaction fee of 3.5% on all bookings through Laterooms. We are unable to accommodate children under 8 & additional guests in our rooms. The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
Pets are not allowed

Customer Reviews

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  • June 2016

Bowness weekend break

Very nice accommodation, Jan and Ray are really nice and welcoming and really nice to talk to.

Easy access to everything you want. Good location. Would stay again thank you. 😊

  • G Curry

  • October 2015

nice hotel

we were in the Attic room and water dose not run up hill it took an age to run a bath but it was clean and food was good, The car being restored on the drive was off putting, my wife and I would stay here again but in a lower level.

Thank you for saying that Blenheim Lodge is a ‘nice hotel’. However, could I just reiterate in this reply to your review that our accommodation is a Bed and Breakfast only and not a hotel so that any reader of your review and this response does not expect the facilities and ambiance of a hotel at our family home. What we aim to provide instead is a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere where guests can enjoy the tranquility that the Lake District is known for whilst simultaneously taking in the wonderful views of Lake and fells that can be seen from our guest rooms and lounge. We hope that our quiet location and the friendly and homely character of our B&B will enable guests, when they come to depart, to leave us feeling refreshed and energised as they return to the hubbub of their daily lives.

As this is also our home, our car is in the car park but it should not have affected your stay, especially since it was parked on a slight incline in our car park and would not have been a suitable parking space for your motorbike. Instead, we ensured you had level private ground to park your motorbike for the two nights you stayed and we noticed it never moved from the time you arrived until the time you left.

The room you chose to book is called The Attic because it is an attic room; and the description of The Attic clearly states that it has beams, Velux window, some height limitations in both the room and bathroom, etc. so you would have been aware that the room is at the top of the house . . . and, as you quite rightly point out, ‘ water does not run uphill’, which means that it would take time, of course, to fill a very deep large reproduction Victorian freestanding slipper bath, especially one that is approximately 2 feet in depth and pretty well as wide at its broadest section. I am sure that the baths were great to soak in!

Thank you for your positive comments on our cleanliness and food, and for saying that you would stay again.

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