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Blenheim Lodge (B&B)

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Blenheim Lodge is located at the top of a hill in Bowness-on-Windermere, overlooking Lake Windermere and acres of National Trust fields and woodland. This AA 4-star B&B offers a relaxing peaceful stay away from noisy main road traffic and crowds but is ideally situated, having the benefit of a 5-minute walk to local shops, restaurants, pubs, and tourist attractions including the World of Beatrix Potter Attraction and the Old Laundry Theatre. For rail and coach travellers, Windermere Station is a convenient 5-minute ride from Blenheim Lodge Bed and Breakfast. Blenheim Lodge has 10 shower en-suite guest rooms, and one with a private bathroom. All enjoy have lake or countryside fell views with LCD flat screen TV offering digital TV and radio channels, hairdryer, an information pack about things to see and do, coffee and tea making facilities and Wi-Fi. Please note the minimum age for children at the property is 8 years and over. For the comfort of all guests, Blenheim Lodge operates a strict non-smoking policy and does not allow hot takeaway foods to be consumed on Brantfell, their premises. Breakfast is served Monday to Friday 8.30am - 9.00am and Saturday - Sunday 8.30am - 9.15am and guests are invited to come into the dining room anytime between those parameters and take as much time over breakfast as they wish. There is a breakfast menu from which guests are requested to make their choices the day before. Breakfast choices include a full English with both meat and vegetarian options. There is also a choice of oven-fresh croissants served with muffins. A number of breakfast options are also available. The B&B takes advantage of quality local produce, including butcher-made sausages and hand-cured and cut bacon. Milk and eggs are delivered fresh from the dairy each morning. Blenheim Lodge was built as a gentleman's holiday residence in 1868. Set quietly into Brantfell, a Lakeland fell in the heart of the English Lake District National Park, this peaceful home now serves as a tranquil retreat for bed and breakfast guests. The situation of this historic Windermere Lodge is ideal: most of its rooms are Lake-facing in order to take in the specatacular Lake Windermere and fell views in Bowness-on-Windermere. Where the house faces away from the Lake, pretty and serene countryside views of the woodlands and fields behind the house provide a lovely backdrop.

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Free WiFi


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Facilities & Information


Child Friendly


Free broadband access (wifi)

Tennis court

Activities, Recreations, Games, Sports

Bars, Cafes & Other

Bathroom & Laundry

Four Poster Beds


Other TV, Audio, Tel, Fax

Room Service & Food/Drink

Spa Offsite


Archery, Crossbows

Badminton Courts, Lawn Badminton

Bicycling, Cycling


Climbing, Abseiling


Horse Riding, Equestrian

Jogging, Running

Motor Racing, Go-Karting, Quad Bikes, Tanks

Sailing, Boating, Cruises, Yachts

Other Activities (generally outdoor)

Water Sports

Other Entertainment (generally indoor)

Other Games & Sports

Wildlife, Bird Watching

Recommended walks

Golf course (walking distance)

Extra info

Open Times: Closed Xmas

Room Prices From: £44.00

Room Prices To: £75.00

Single Occupancy Prices From: £60.00

Single Occupany Prices To: £63.00

Vendor Accreditation: 4 AA Stars

Delta: Yes

Mastercard: Yes

MaestroSwitch: Yes

Visa: Yes

Solo: Yes

Number of rooms: 11


015394 43440
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Brantfell Road, Bowness-on-Windermere, Cumbria, Bowness-on-WindermereLA23 3AE, United Kingdom

Leave the M6 motorway at junction 36 and take the A591 (South Lakes) to Windermere. In Windermere turn left to Bowness and when in Bowness, turn first left at the mini roundabout then turn first left onto Kendal Road, and left again onto Brantfell Road and turn right at the top of Brantfell Road. Blenheim Lodge is on the left hand side.

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