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All reviewsoverlooking the lakebeer gardenwaters edgegarden roomfish and chipsate herethe pubsingle rooman evening mealfantastic locationspent nightsplenty of choicecouldn't faultbiscuitsambleside centrecomfy bedcar park
Stayed for two nights in March. We have been a few times now. The staff are always so friendly and helpful. The rooms clean, warm and comfortable. We always eat in the pubs restaurant as it’s reasonably priced and the food is gorgeous .
we popped in for a drink after arriving on the boat from Brockhole. Staff were lovely and friendly, very cosy and warm. Its a dog friendly pub so our pampered pooch was allowed to join us.
We had the Sunday special and it was delicious.
Lovely inn - we stayed for two nights in one of the garden rooms, slightly separate from the main hotel. This large studio-type room overlooked the lake which was partly obscured by a hedge - I expect the room above us would’ve had better views...More
Have stayed in several rooms at the Wateredge, our favourites are the garden rooms particularly on a nice sunny day in one of the upper rooms. Have never been dissapointed with any of our rooms. The breakfast is good and the staff are always very...More
Stayed here for three nights to celebrate significant birthday, during worst possible weather. Brilliant location. Atmosphere relaxed and informal. Staff couldn't have been more welcoming or attentive. Room lovely. Comfy bed and tasteful decor. Breakfast substantial. Due to weather we stayed in for dinner on...More
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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.
It's very pleasant around here, right next to the lake. There's plenty to walk to if you're reasonably fit - the local town, where there's plenty of pubs and restaurants, and country walks, lakeside walks and boat trips.