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Windermere Marina Village

Bowness-On-Windermere, Cumbria, England, UK

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TypeLuxury Cottages
Most prices are weekly. Check
Occupancy1 - 10
Rating4 Star
Windermere Marina Village
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015394 46551
Traci Monet
AddressWindermere Marina Village
The Marina
Bowness-On-Windermere
Cumbria
England
UK
LA23 3JQ
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Description

Self catering Windermere cottages built using traditional Lakeland materials, nestled around the marina offering spectacular views across the boats and fells beyond. Experience the Lake District from the doorstep of your Windermere Marina Village cottage. We offer luxury self catering short breaks in all of our cottages and apartment, with the Rusland Cottage allowing check in on any day throughout the year.Our self catering Windermere holiday cottages and luxury apartments are beautifully furnished and fully equipped offering you a home from home experience in the heart of the Lake District. During your stay at Windermere Marina Village you will receive complimentary use of the fantastic leisure club & spa facilities at The Old England hotel just up the road in Bowness.The property is equipped with a TV, DVD player, stereo, full size fridge & freezer, dishwasher, microwave, oven, hob and adequate crockery, glasses, cutlery and cooking equipment. All linen and towels are provided.

For those wishing to bring their family pets we offer a range of self catering pet friendly cottages and apartments. You can easily find them by ticking the pet friendly box when searching for your Lake District holiday.

Last year our New Boathouse Bar & Restaurant opened it's doors at Windermere Marina Village for great food and drink. Eating out in Cumbria has never been better, and now we have a gem on our door step! Enjoy one of the two fantastic south facing terraces on those lazy summer days, wind away a few hours in the bar or book a table in the first floor restaurant for something a little more special.

Sleeping Arrangements

All the Cottages sleep between 5 & 10 people, depending on size of the Cottage.

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Things You Should Know

Windermere Marina Village welcomes you to England's largest playground – the Lake District. Exploring the Lake District on foot is a step back in time, see the world as Wainwright and many more before him did. If you are heading to the hills you can't beat the locations of our Lake District self-catering accommodation. Road cyclists and mountain bikers find a slice of heaven in the Lakes. From quiet country roads to challenging trails there's something for anyone who wants to explore from the saddle. Take the opportunity to leave the car at "home", you can find the ferry just around the corner to take you a little further a field.The Lake District is England's largest National Park boasting it's largest lake - Windermere, and highest mountain - Scafell as well as thriving communities such as Bowness-on-Windemere - that's where you will find us. The natural beauty has been inspiration to many creatives from Wordsworth to more recently John "Postman Pat" Cunliffe, it's easy to see why.

Other Information

Bowness was well known to William Wordsworth and the poet regularly visited The White Lion Pub (now the Royal Hotel) and even mentioned it in 'The Prelude'.

Victorian and Edwardian buildings are evident throughout the Lake District town, with even older buildings occupying little narrow, cobbled streets that offer insights into what Bowness was like prior to the advent of the railway

In the centre of Bowness is The World of Beatrix Potter Attraction where the tales of Beatrix Potter are brought to life in a magical indoor recreation of the Lakeland countryside.

Blackwell house was completed in 1900, designed by Arts and Crafts architect M.H. Baillie Scott as a holiday home for Sir Edward Holt, a brewer and former Lord Mayor from Manchester.

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