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All reviewsoverlooking the lakebeer gardenwaters edgegarden roomfish and chipsthe pubate heresingle rooman evening mealfantastic locationopen firespent nightsplenty of choicelovely placecouldn't faultambleside centrebiscuits
Wish that the food was as good as the views of the lake. It could be a wonderful place if the quality of the food was much improved. We won't be returning for food, maybe just for a quick drink. The curry was sloppy and...More
Over night stay , on route to Scotland 🏴
Beautiful spot , magnificent view on the edge of lake Windermere. The room was lovely , everything we wanted , but we didn’t eat evening meal here , it’s service at the bar .
Pub is in a fantastic location. When the sun is shining there is a great beer garden which somewhat warrants the premium prices for the location. Shame they only had one local ale, if you are a beer lover don't bother trying here you only...More
well worth a visit lovely views of the lake and the boats coming in and out the best beer garden going. food wasn't as good last year as normal. lovely place to stay too it was great lovely staff as well
Stayed in the Windermere suite. It was lovely. Beautiful views from the large balcony which was accessed through patio doors. Comfortable bed and a very nice size bathroom with a separate bath and shower. We were lucky to have good weather so enjoyed a couple...More
Response from honesthenny | Reviewed this property |
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.