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Ellerthwaite Lodge

Ellerthwaite Lodge

Ellerthwaite Lodge,
New Road,
LA23 2LA

Tel: 015394 45115

Family owned Ellerthwaite Lodge, non smoking, traditional guest
accommodation in Windermere.
Just a short walk from the shores of Lake Windermere in the Lake District, this charming 19th century house provides a friendly, comfortable spacious home for bed and breakfast accommodation including ample free guest only parking. At Ellerthwaite Lodge you can enjoy a short break or stay a little longer if you please.

We're only 2 minutes from the centre of Windermere village which offers a choice of restaurants and bars for you to enjoy, which is why we have chosen to only cater for Bed and Breakfast. Look no further for clean, comfortable place to stay, ideally located for you to enjoy the delights of the English Lake District, then after a good night's rest recharge yourself, with our continental selection and freshly prepared Cumbrian breakfast.

Lake Windermere, at 12 miles long, one mile wide and 220 feet deep, is the largest natural lake in England. Lakeland's most popular holiday resort - is an excellent centre for boating activities, with over 10,000 boats registered. Steamers and launches operate from Bowness Bay to Waterhead at Ambleside, and Lakeside at the southern end.
At the southern end is Lakeside Pier, and Lakeside Station of the Lakeside and Haverthwaite Railway, and also Lakes Aquaruim.


All our rooms are individual in their own way some with exposed beams others with high ceilings and some on the ground floor, but they are always kept clean, also due to our location in Windermere some of our rooms have excellent views over the roof tops to the surrounding countryside.

1 Family suite
1 Junior suite
2 Superior rooms
9 Double en-suite
1 Small ground floor single en-suite
2 Twin or double ground floor en-suite

Facilities in our rooms include en-suite shower or bath, tea and coffee making facilities, TV with 10 channels, hair dryer and ironing board (irons available at reception). At night we don't expect you to be back in the house when we close the front door, so you have a key allowing you to come and go as you please. We only ask for people to respect other guests when returning late in the evening.

Public Rooms

Bed and breakfast accommodation.
Colourful floral stained glass
Traditional grandfather clock
Charming 19th century house.

On the first floor there is a unique lounge area for guests to sit and read, watch TV or just let time pass by with views out over Windermere and the sun shining through the stained glass windows in the evening this is a charming area to wind down and catch up on the day's events.

Then on the ground floor are our two breakfast rooms offering a bright spacious area to enjoy our continental selection and freshly prepared Cumbrian breakfast. In one of our rooms we have a grandfather clock which seems to add a little charm every quarter hour when it chimes.

Other Facilities

Bed and breakfast accommodation.
Central Windermere Location.
Free guest only parking.
Charming 19th century house.

To the rear of the house there is a large parking area for our guests providing a safe and secure area to leave your car.

To the right of the hotel are the spacious library gardens ablaze with azaleas and rhododendrons in the spring and also just 5 minute's walk to is the public park with children's play area, tennis courts and cricket ground.

Opposite the walk down Birthwaite road leads past another public garden and some very grand houses with private gardens to Rayrigg Road then a short path to Lake Windermere.

Around the area there is a wealth of things to see and do. Cruise on Windermere, visit the boat museum, aquarium of the lakes, steam railway or the Beatrix Potter Exhibition in Bowness

Only a short journey further there are Stately Homes, Motor museums and the homes of Wordsworth, Ruskin and Beatrix Potter. With Walks and views abound-it is just a matter of choosing where.


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