- 55 guest reviews
"Owners so friendly and hospitable and cook a mean breakfast! It may not be the most modern hotel but has loads of character, exceptionally c..."
"Such a friendly welcome at this hotel, which was also extremely convenient for the town centre (a very short walk to all the bars and restau..."
"Accommodation was very good, friendly owner very helpful and breakfast very good...."
"Brian and Margaret were extremely friendly served up a first class breakfast. The room was warm and clean and we enjoyed our brief stay...."
"Not only was our stay comfortable but most congenial also...."
About the hotel
We are a small, family-run Bed and Breakfast Hotel with seven comfortably furnished bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities. Priding ourselves on a friendly atmosphere and excellent home cooking we can cater for most tastes and needs. Welcoming families, we can also arrange sleeping accommodation to satisfy.
If you have any special requirements just let us know and we'll be happy to do all we can. The upper age limit for accepting children is 15. Children of 16 years and over are charged as an Adult. We do not charge for accepting Children up to the age of 2 years, so when booking on-line you should not register numbers of children of this age range, but please add a note of these children when making your booking with any requirements such as use of a travel cot. We are fortunate in having a car park behind the hotel. Visitors can sample the unusually varied and magnificent landscapes both in and around Lakeland or the many places of historical or local interest including famous houses, beautiful gardens or sites of antiquity. The Lake District holds a wealth of interest for the tourist whether on foot or with transport. Bikes and Cars can be readily hired and the local bus services are extensive and regular and of course, as Bowness is centred half way along the Lake, you are able to take advantage of the lake ferries which can take you down to Lakeside at the foot of the Lake where you can visit the superb "Aquarium of the Lakes" and take a journey on the Haverthwaite Steam Railway. Alternatively, you can take a cruise to Ambleside at the head of the Lake, which is another of the beautiful villages in the Windermere area.
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- Car parking available onsite
- Hotel services
- Wake Up Call Available
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- From 14:30 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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95% would recommend it to a friend
Maybe just unlucky
Hosts warm and welcoming.
Car park small and awkward, but owners manage it well and save you a space. Breakfast freshly cooked to order, so maybe a small wait when the charming breakfast room is busy. Very convenient location. Room 6 was a problem. The second staircase is very steep - fine for us, but not for everyone. The fire exit for all the second floor rooms is via room 6. Plenty of cupboard and drawer space and clean with nice bedlinen, but small. Bathroom tiny with nowhere to put toiletries or hang robe. Bed seemed small so we slept badly and the curtains are inadequate allowing the sun to stream into our eyes at sunrise. We understand that rooms on the first floor are much bigger and I guess therefore better value. Sorry Margaret and Brian!
Owners so friendly and hospitable and cook a mean breakfast.
It may not be the most modern hotel but has loads of character, exceptionally clean, everything you want for a wonderful stay, would definitely stay there again, thank you so much!