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We have just had a two night stay, the position of the inn is idiylic with a pleasant well kept outside area with plenty of places to sit right on the edge of lake. Check in was quick and efficient with welcoming staff, our room...More
Stayed at the Wateredge Inn for five nights as a spring break with my partner. We had booked one of the rooms with balcony in the annex hoping for good views over Lake Windermere and we weren't disappointed. As well a great view of the...More
We were fortunate to base our Easter visit to the Lake District at this Inn on the shore of Lake Windermere. Our accommodation in room 5, on the first floor overlooking the lake, was perfect. It offered every desired amenity, and with a beautiful view,...More
What a wonderful hotel. The staff were so friendly and accommodating. I had sent birthday banners down the week before to celebrate a big birthday and they were up in the room when we checked in along with a little card from the team. The...More
I a,ways love returning here. It has a very welcoming feel and the staff are very friendly. Although we didn't stay here this time when we were in Ambleside, we did enjoy a couple of visits to the Wateredge inn and would definitely consider staying...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.