Adam Place Guest House Windermere - AA 3 STAR,FULLY EN-SUITE,TRADITIONAL LAKELAND GUEST HOUSE
Linda and Stevie assure you of a warm and friendly welcome at Adam Place. Built in the 19th Century, this traditional Lakeland slate house is an ideal base for exploring the natural beauty of the Lake District.
Situated in a quiet location of Windermere, we are within easy walking distance of the train and bus stations, the Lake and all local amenities. There is ample street parking with no restrictions or fees.
(Sleeps 2) Light, airy, modern, en-suite double bedroom well furnished with colour TV and a hospitality tray. Non-smoking.
(Flexible room - sleeps 2 to 4) Two-bedroom family suite, which can be let as a twin, double or family of 3 or 4. There is an en-suite bedroom with double bed and an adjoining room with full-size bunk beds to suit either children or adults. Both rooms are well furnished with a hospitality tray and colour TV. Non-smoking.
(Sleeps 2) En suite room with fell views. Well furnished accommodation with colour TV and hospitality tray. Non-smoking.
(Flexible room - sleeps 2 to 3) Family, twin or double en-suite room with fell views which contains 1 double bed and 1 single bed. Well-furnished accommodation with colour TV and hospitality tray. Non-smoking.
(Sleeps 1) Light, airy, modern, en-suite single bedroom well furnished with colour TV and a hospitality tray. Non-smoking room.
Please note that we are a non-smoking establishment.
Our dining room is presented white linen table covers and crockery to match, with a 1960s theme. We offer a wide choice menu serving fruit juices, fruit segments, fresh fruit and cereals, followed by a choice of traditional, vegetarian or continental breakfast, all home-cooked and served to your taste.
After a hard day's hillwalking or a tiring day's touring or simply a leisurely day on the Lake, watch the sun go down on our garden whilst reflecting on the beauty of the South Lakes in the Lake District.
Attractions, Bowling Club, Bus Stop, Coach Station, Lake(s), National Park(s), Post Office, Railway Station, Restaurants/Cafes, Shops, Taxi Rank, Visitor Information Centre, Bars, Pubs & Clubs, Gardens/Parklands, Golf Course(s), Town There isn’t a whole lot of nightlife right in Windermere, but you can grab an ale at several extraordinarily charming spots throughout the Lake District.
In Bowness, the Hole in t’Wall has been around since the 1600s. Adorned with antique farm tools, a slate fireplace, and a flagstone terrace, visitors can choose from a hearty selection of real ales on tap. There is also a full menu, including local game.
In Crosthwaithe, the Punch Bowl dates to the 16th-century. Relax on the stepped terrace on the hillside and enjoy three real ales from the local Barngates brewery. Plus, the food is excellent.
And in Cartmel Fell, the Mason Arms features the original flagstone floors and oak paneling. Guests can ramble through the five indoor rooms, or into the outside garden for a scenic view of the valley. Beer lovers have 24 pages of beverages to choose from.
We are in a perfect location for many of the local walks such as Post Knott, School Knott, Brantfell and Orrrest Head which all offer fantastic views of Lake Windermere, Coniston old man and the Langdale pikes. There are many well known local attractions to visit such as Beatrix Potter and Wiliam Wordsworth and many historical buildings to visit with beautiful gardens.
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