When the weather takes a turn for the worse and barbecues are banished to the back of the garden until summer comes around again you may feel the effects of the awful conditions which we have to endure. No-one wants to surface out of their warm, snugly bed and have to make their way through the sleet to board a bus filled with other grumpy commuters on a Monday morning. It is one of those annoying little things which we have to endure on a daily basis, unfortunately, and until you have passed your test and amassed enough funds to actually afford a vehicle of your own you are stuck with public transport for the time being. Everyone in the office has been talking about where they have been on their hols, but you are yet to book somewhere as you always leave things until the last minute. Basically; what you are doing is weeding out the most affordable packages which will not cost an absolute fortune and as you do not want to experience endless delays and constant queues at the airport you have decided not to venture abroad this year.
Instead you want to go somewhere which is closer to home but ideally offers something different to a city break, which you normally opt for. As you grow older your tastes change and you do not want to stay out clubbing until four o’clock in the morning as that sort of business is best left to the young ‘uns. Well, the Lake District Tourist Guide has all you could possibly require if you are looking for accommodation Windermere which is situated close to local amenities whilst still being tucked away in a remote place. To be perfectly honest with you; pretty much all B&B’s Windermere are near the world-famous lake and a mere stone’s throw away from the picturesque areas of Ambleside, Grasmere and Keswick. If you are a keen sailor and love nothing more than to take to the high seas then B&B’s Windermere will be right up your street as the most popular mode of travel is to go via boat if you want to explore the Lakes in more detail. As far as bed and breakfast Windermere is concerned, you can stay in the 7-room Chestnuts Guest House if you want to spend some quality time with your partner or instead opt for Beaumont Guest House for luxury accommodation Windermere which caters for even the heartiest of appetites.
It is a well-known fact that bed and breakfast Windermere centres around one thing; food. The Lakes is fast becoming the culinary capital of the North, as there are many restaurants which have built up an excellent reputation in recent years. L’Enclume in Cartmel, Atelier in Ambleside and Cedar Manor in Windermere are all regarded as being fine dining establishments and have earned themselves rave reviews on TripAdvisor. For more info regarding WindermereB&B’s all you have to do is get in touch with the Lake District Tourist Guide at info@LakeDistrictTouristGuide.com. Just fill in our online enquiry form and we guarantee that memorable weekend breaks are merely a click away.