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Me and my partner stayed here last weekend for my birthday.
The place itself is amazing! The room was fantastic and the views from our room were amazing! The owners were lovely and breakfast the next morning was amazeballs!!
We will definitely be staying again!
Just returned from two nights at Nagoya house.
Jenny the owner is really wonderful, lovely greeting on arrival, so friendly and inviting.
We stayed in the Rydal suite.
Lovely room with a sofa table and chairs , modern bathroom with everything you need.
Just returned from Nagoya Country House. We had an excellent stay. It is very well located to access Bowness on foot where you can enjoy good food and drink in the many bars.
The accommodation was perfect for us. There were high quality towels and...More
My partner and I stayed here in mid July, We stayed in the aqua room. Room was comfy with lovely views from the patio area which can be accessed via patio doors from room. En suite bathroom is spacious and modern, Jacuzzi bath is a...More
This is a fantastic bed and breakfast. Me and my wife stayed for one night and were given a very nice room with a patio. The owner and staff are very friendly and helpful. The bedrooms are very modern with excellent facilities. The location is...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