Thursday, 15 August 2013

A Picture-Perfect Retreat

Perfection comes in many different guises. Manchester United’s star striker goes under the moniker ‘Robin van Perfect’ due to his ability to score goals effortlessly and dribble past huge defenders with the greatest of ease. A newly-mown lawn surrounded by leafy shrubbery and colourful flowers is the most idyllic setting for a garden party, especially if you have just purchased brand new outdoor furniture and a gorgeous gazebo to match. What about when you went to the hairdressers last week to get your tresses tousled and they did an absolutely marvellous job of it? You emerged from the salon looking and feeling like a million dollars and your other half was delighted with your new ‘do.

Take a look at this stunning building. This is Sawrey House, situated in the heart of the Lake District. As far as accommodation Ambleside goes, we reckon that you are onto a winner if you decide to book a suite in this fantastic hotel. With a total of 11 guest rooms and a lovely boutique restaurant; bed and breakfast Ambleside does not get better than this! The Lake District Tourist Guide highly recommends that you come here for a weekend away and take in the stunning surroundings and beautiful scenery. The charm of B&B Ambleside lodgings lies in the fact that the area is completely unspoilt and is frequented by travellers desperate for a bit of fresh air as opposed to the smoggy conditions, which they normally have to put up with. This bed and breakfast Ambleside establishment overlooks Esthwaite Water and Grizedale Forest and is ever so peaceful and relaxing. There is a well-stocked, fully licenced bar and the grounds are immaculate. 

You can put your feet up and unwind with a cool beverage in our sumptuous lounge, complete with roaring log fire or enjoy a cup of tea and a yummy scone after a long walk with your four legged friend. B&B Ambleside, Coniston and Windermere is an extremely popular choice amongst individuals looking for something a little bit different as they do not want to have to book somewhere completely remote, but also cannot bear the thought of crowded city centres and unexpected noise from nightclubs at two o’ clock in the morning. Accommodation in Ambleside strikes the perfect balance between getting away from it all whilst still being situated close to local amenities with the opportunity to travel to larger areas such as Lancaster, Kirkby Lonsdale and Kendal. If you want to find out more about bed and breakfast Ambleside then just get in touch with the Lake District Tourist Guide directly at and fill in our online enquiry form.

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