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Around Windermere

Bowness-on-Windermere is a small town and tourism hot-spot, located on the shores of Lake Windermere and climbing the surrounding fells to gain the best views. You’re likely to travel through the small town of Windermere, to get down to Bowness [as it’s often referred to]. Both Windermere and Bowness-on-Windermere have their own town centres, but to a new visitor, the towns appear very much linked, with no countryside between them – a result of the growth of these once tiny villages.

Windermere train station is at the top of the hill and while it’s possible to wander down to Bowness, many simply jump in a taxi or on a bus for the trip down to the Lakeside. You can hop on the car-carrying cable ferry to explore the Western shores of the Lake including the village of Far Sawrey. However, most will happily spend a day in Bowness either taking a boat trip on the lake, shopping or enjoying the local attractions such as the Beatrix Potter Attraction or the Steamboat Museum. There are art galleries galore and there’s even a pitch and putt course down near to the lake.

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    Lindeth Fell Country House
    Lyth Valley Road
    Windermere
    The Lake District
    Cumbria LA23 3JP

    Telephone: +44 (0)15394 43286 or
                            +44 (0)15394 44287
    E-mail: kennedy@lindethfell.co.uk

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