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Chestnuts Guest House, Windermere, Lake District

Stylish Bed & Breakfast accommodation in Windermere

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Chestnuts offers a homely atmosphere, high levels of comfort and service in a Victorian B&B with private parking and secluded garden, it is an ideal base for exploring Windermere, Bowness and the Lake District National Park. Refurbished in 2017, Chestnuts offers the perfect place to relax.

Guest bedrooms are located over three floors, and all seven bedrooms are individually furnished, with many original period features. There is a choice of doubles, four-poster rooms and a twin room. All bedrooms have en-suite showers or baths, and plenty of little luxuries from free Wi-Fi to a hot drinks station.

Breakfast is an important part of your B&B experience with all ingredients are locally-sourced and sustainable with the option for a cooked-to-order or Continental buffet.

Chestnuts is tucked away in a quiet corner of Windermere Village only 5 minutes’ walk from the centre and 10 minutes’ walk to Bowness and Lake Windermere.  Local buses are close at hand with regular services to Ambleside, Grasmere and beyond. Car parking is free of charge so you can come and go as you please without the need to search for parking.

Information for Walkers

Windermere has a convenient location in the Lake District National Park with a wide variety of walks to suit all tastes and abilities. Close at hand are lakeside paths offering wonderful views across Lake Windermere. Only slightly further afield are the higher fells where more challenging walks offering wonderful panoramas can be enjoyed at your leisure. The Langdale Pikes, Scafell Pike and many more summits are within easy reach providing many memorable days in the hills.

 

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