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How To Find Us

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M6 Motorway

 Leave the M6 at J36 and take the A591 signposted through to Windermere, approximately 16 miles. As you enter Windermere you will see the Windermere Hotel on your right. Take the second turning on your left into Elleray Road then first left onto High Street. All Seasons is the third house on the right. 

 

Train station

Leave the station and turn left passing the tourist information centre on your left. Head down into Windermere, crossing the main road immediately and taking the right hand fork past the lakes hotel on your left. All Seasons is 20 metres on the left.

Parking

 

There is parking directly outside the guest house which is restricted to 1 hour between 9am - 5pm,  this hour allows you to check in and unload your bags, we can then go through all parking options as well as give you a map of the local area.

If you can not park outside please see below for further parking options before you arrive.

Train station parking is £5 for 24hours. This is located directly behind us and the car can be left over night.

Booths car park is restricted to 3 hours with penalties thereafter.

The  A591 'main road in'  and College road  'opposite us' have no restrictions and are the closest to us. All roads out of the one way system from Broad street down towards the Lake are restriction free.

local Attractions

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Windermere Lake Cruises

Windermere Lake Cruises has a large fleet of modern and traditional launches and ‘steamers’, which operate the full length of Windermere, calling at Waterhead, Bowness and Lakeside.  MV Tern of 1891, the MV Teal of 1936, and the MV Swan of 1938.

 

Helen Beatrix Potter

Helen Beatrix Potter was an English writer, illustrator, natural scientist, and conservationist best known for her children's books featuring animals, such as those in The Tale of Peter Rabbit. 

 

Orest Head

One of the best walks from Windermere is the short climb up Orrest Head which opens out with lovely views of Lake Windermere and the coniston fells. This walk starts from our front door so no need for transport this walk can be as long or as short as you like with Wansfell adjoining then heading down into Ambleside.