Bowness on Windermere B&Bs

View over Windermere from Bowness

View over Windermere from Bowness

Stay in Bowness guest house close to the shores of Windermere

Stay in Bowness guest house close to the shores of Windermere

B&Bs and guest houses in Bowness

Situated in an ideal location for boat trips around Windermere, Bowness is a thriving town on the eastern side of the lake with plenty of period guest houses and B&Bs to choose from. Enjoy a walking or fishing holiday, explore the local boutique shops stocking a range of locally produced goods or just relax by the lakeside and watch the boats pass by. Many B&Bs in Bowness will assist you in booking outdoor activities and some also offer facilities for storing outdoor gear. A B&B in Bowness is also ideal for a romantic break with plenty of accommodations offering four poster rooms and there are numerous boat companies who offer dinner and sailing cruises – ideal for an anniversary or birthday evening meal.

Family friendly B&B in Bowness

Family friendly B&B in Bowness

Family breaks to Bowness on Windermere

A family friendly Bowness B&B is ideal for a relaxing break with scenic boat trips, wonderful attractions and picturesque walks all to be found closeby. Many guest houses in Bowness offer family rooms and can also supply cots on request. Discounts are often available for children under 13 and babies can usually stay free of charge. Search our website for family B&Bs with free parking, Wi-Fi service and satellite TV which are all set within easy reach of the scenic boat trips from Bowness Pier. Look out for B&Bs with cycle storage and drying facilities which will come in handy if you are planning family walks or cycle rides. There are plenty of family friendly attractions nearby including the World of Beatrix Potter or let the kids loose at The Fun Factory with soft play area and cafe. You could also take in a show at the Royalty Theatre or hire a kayak and explore the scenery of the lake with the family at your own pace.

Leanne has worked for iknow for almost ten years and has travelled extensively around the UK along with living in New Zealand for two years. When not walking in the Lakes or along the Leeds Liverpool Canal, she loves a good city break to Cardiff or Edinburgh and a stroll around a museum.