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Spent 2 nights here (again - have been to Bowness-on-Windermere many times and stayed in different places but this is my very favourite!) lovely room with a great view, en suite, fire, sofa and dining table. Great breakfasts and excellent location for Bowness - 5...More
Returned yesterday from another lovely weekend in the Nagoya. Never fails to disappoint. Fab breakfast, lovely room, bathroom fully equipped,jacuzzi bath, powerful shower, towels changed daily. Bed is so comfortable you don't want to get out of it. So close to the centre of Bowness,...More
We are regular visitors at the Nagoya over the years and this place never ceases to amaze us.
Rooms always very clean and tidy, food is amazing, and the staff are all very friendly and welcoming.
The views out of the Nagoya are brilliant too....More
Great little B&B which we have been to before. Clean rooms with great views from the patio rooms. Good English home-cooked breakfast. It has parking associated with it and is easy walking distance into Bowness.
Just returned from a 1 night stay at the Nagoya. I am completely in love with this place. The elevated position gives you the most wonderful views, even when eating breakfast you have the views of the lake and surrounding scenery.
The place was immaculately...More
Response from Oaksy8752 | Reviewed this property |
Hi , sorry for the delay in answering the question ,we only had the one night here but from memory there are 4 rooms that face the Bowness town side and lake (all in a row) and I think one further room facing the front of... More
Hi , sorry for the delay in answering the question ,we only had the one night here but from memory there are 4 rooms that face the Bowness town side and lake (all in a row) and I think one further room facing the front of the house, all the rooms have their own access through patio doors and this is classed as your main entrance .certainly the rooms facing Bowness had individual seating areas, hope this helps