A few minutes stroll from Lake Windermere's Waterhead Pier, this superb
ground floor apartment enjoys stunning views to Loughrigg and the
Lakeland Fells. Loughrigg Brow forms part of an impressive Lakeland
residence, set within private grounds, and the apartment certainly
shares in the elegance of the traditional building.
Large picture windows, country house decor and attractive, comfortable
furnishings throughout. While space is limited for dining in, you'll be
spoilt for choice of picnic spots in the stunning gardens and excellent
eateries nearby. Stroll to the Wateredge Inn to dine overlooking the
lake, sample tempting cafes and restaurants in Ambleside's vibrant
village centre, or take a cruise from the pier to explore the delights
of Bowness and Lakeside. A superb Lake District bolt hole at any time
Accommodation in detail
Private parking for 1 car within the grounds of the property. Entrance
hall leading to the living / dining room, with a wonderful view and
fitted oak to match the open-plan kitchen. This room is comfortably
furnished but has limited dining facilities due to its size. Both
double bedroom and twin bedroom enjoy the fabulous outlook, and share a
contemporary bathroom with shower over bath. The grounds and gardens
are a real feature, visited by a host of wildlife including deer!
Waterhead is on the northern shores of Lake WIndermere, and only a
stroll away from the centre of Ambleside village. Windermere Lake
Cruises depart regularly from Waterhead Pier, to ferry passengers the
full length of the lake with stops at Bowness and Lakeside. Evening
cruises are also available, with buffet meals and live music - check
the website for sailing times.
Ambleside itself is a wonderful place to while away a day, or even an
entire holiday. Steeped with history and scattered with traditional
Lake District cottages, the contemporary shopping streets have a lovely
atmosphere. Stroll out for breakfast in one of the many caf?s or
bakeries, pick up a picnic at Lucy's of Ambleside delicatessen, visit
historic sites such as Bridge House and Galava Roman fort, and admire a
breathtaking backdrop of Lakeland Fells.
Ambleside's location makes it an ideal base for walking in the Lake
District. Many great routes begin in the village, the A591 leads you
past Rydal Water to Grasmere, and the Langdale Valley and Coniston are
only short drives away.