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All reviews independent shops clothing stores windermere town centre lovely town lakeland store interesting place plenty of places to eat lots of shops short stay steamers pubs gifts tat tourists lakes roads
A good selection of independent shops and some chains, particularly focusing on walking. There are also plenty of places to eat, both restaurants, cafes and teashops. The road then leads down to the lake and the wonderful views. Worth spending some time
There is a small double parade of shops in Windermere itself. The shops are varied yet covers most needs, with several banks, cafe's and supermarkets. A quaint Lakeland town. The Lake itself (namesake) is 1 1/4 miles away, located in Bowness-on-Windermere.
The high street was great for shops and restraunts good selection of pubs has a co-op store and tesco the only problem for me was crossing the roads there is no pedestrian crossing and at busy times of the day was very scarey and dangerous...More
The main street through Windermere is busy but beautiful. Small, independent shops, restaurants & cafes all set in quaint stone building most of which are charming in their own right. Put them all together, on a winding and hilly setting and the effect is magical....More
When visiting the area, I much prefer to wander around Windermere, rather than Bowness which is too touristy and busy. Windermere high street is full of independent stores and quaint and quirky shops, as well as pubs, cafes and restaurants. The gallery shops are my...More
We stopped off here to eat and browse the many small shops. Tried the car park but already full at 11am but did see 1 or 2 odd car parking spots in the street. If you see one grab it! We parked a 5 min...More
In danger of becoming samey in its quest to be different. Many choices of venue but often similar menus, bistro/gastro/inflated prices. A few nice shops, some with treats and some with necessities. Lots of on street short stay parking.
I love coming here the street is close to the lakes, hotels, eateries and bars the street is well kept and well presented the only problem is if you have are a wheelchair user use may find it impossible to negotiate the steep sloping pavements