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All reviewsfishers landingoverlooking the lakedog biscuitsbeer gardensunny daygarden roomthe pubfish and chipsate herefantastic locationan evening mealboth nightslovely placeplenty of choicecouldn't faultcomfy bedcar park
This inn is top class, every aspect of it is of the highest standard. Very good staff in all departments, nothing was to much trouble, went out of their way to please us. Rooms excellent, food very good with plenty of choice ( try the...More
Great spacious and clean room with direct lake views
The staff fell over themselves to help and every meal there were dog treats at our table.
Have stayed in Ambleside many times and this is Head and shoulders the best option overall. We’ll be back......More
A three night mid-week break made for a thoroughly enjoyable experience on the shores of Lake Windermere.
Our first floor bedroom, nicely furnished and serviced, offered a snapshot view of the lake itself, where yachts and rowing boats bobbed merrily on the shimmering waters.
Lovely, very dog friendly pub. We sat outside as it was a lovely warm day. There are lots of seats/tables outdoors to sit and enjoy the gorgeous views. The garden is right on the waterfront. Food was tasty and service was good.
Room was very nice and clean and the staff were very friendly and attentive..even down to the cleaning ladies. Free parking was a plus and a very generous breakfast which was excellent. The view was spectacular and overall quiet and friendly atmosphere. Apart from my...More
I stayed last week beside the flat roof and it still had views of the lake, we also had the extractor fan which is used by the kitchen which is turned off at 8.30pm when food is finished so nice and quiet then.
Response from honesthenny | Reviewed this property |
There's two ways to get to Ambleside , you can walk up Mclver Lane at the side of the regent hotel opposite Water edge Inn, takes you into lake road where you walk up Into Ambleside, it's a good 10-15 minute stretch, or you... More
There's two ways to get to Ambleside , you can walk up Mclver Lane at the side of the regent hotel opposite Water edge Inn, takes you into lake road where you walk up Into Ambleside, it's a good 10-15 minute stretch, or you can go the most buetiful scenic route across Borrans park, you walk up the road to the park, enter walk round the Roman forte stay to the left of the fort, follow the path round, across the road and follow directions to under loughrigg for a longer walk, a good forty minutes , or head back towards Borrans road and follow that onto the A593, into town. proberly about 30mins.