Wateredge Inn stands on the shores of Lake Windermere, a short walk from Ambleside centre. Set across two former 17th century fishermen s cottages, it offers a large bar/ restaurant, cosy bedrooms and period features.
The individual bedrooms each have an en-suite bathroom and tea/coffee facilities. Rooms also have a flat-screen TV, hairdryer and a comfortable seating area. Many rooms have lake views and some have lake view balconies or garden patios.
The popular and atmospheric bar-restaurant serves traditional British cuisine using fresh local produce and features exposed beams, log fires and lake views. Generous full English breakfasts are served each morning and you can also enjoy a range of real ales and world wines in the evenings.
Surrounded by beautiful lakes and mountains, Wateredge has its own boat slipway and jetty and is just metres from the steamer pier for cruises down the lake. It is also close to popular walking tracks and cycle paths.Guests have membership of a nearby Leisure Spa with swimming pool.
Coming from the south, we are just 3 miles north of Windermere. To get here, you should leave the M6 at Junction 36 and follow the A590. Then take the A591 towards Kendal and Windermere, staying on this road for a further 3 miles after passing through Windermere.
Coming from the north, we are just south of Ambleside. Leave the M6 at Junction 40 and follow the A66 towards Keswick. Then take the A591 towards Ambleside, staying on this road until you reach us at Waterhead Bay.
Windermere is our closest railway station, and from here you can catch a bus or a taxi to us at Waterhead Bay. To get to Windermere from the West Coast main line from London to Glasgow you should get off at Oxenholme, the Lake District and catch a connecting train to Windermere station.
You can check in from 15:00. You need to check out by 11:00.