Bowness Cottages Sleeping 2 – 4

Looking for a Holiday cottages in Bowness that sleeps 2-4 people? Perfect for small families or sets of couples wanting to have a holiday break in Bowness. This bustling little village on the shores of Lake Windermere offers both centrally located properties and pretty little cottages.

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Looking for a Holiday cottages in Bowness that sleeps 2-4 people? Perfect for small families or sets of couples wanting to have a holiday break in Bowness. This bustling little village on the shores of Lake Windermere offers both centrally located properties and pretty little cottages.

The village itself offers a myriad of activities and shops. Start at Porto for a romantic dinner, try Bodega’s for some tapas or The Village Inn for steak. The Laura Ashley hotel offers afternoon tea in their recently renovated interiors. Or, enjoy the lake front with a traditional cone of chips. Then stroll down to the lake shore with an Ice cream from The Windermere Ice Cream company (36 flavours!) There are options to please everyone.

You will not be short of activities, take a walk up Post Knott to make the most of the views. Or enjoy a visit to The World of Beatrix Potter, becoming completely involved in the famous world of Peter Rabbit and Friends.

Don’t worry about the weather as Windermere Lake Cruises offer a variety of vessels to suit everybody. If you wish to make a romantic day of it, hire a rowing boat and enjoy taking in the view from the famous waters. You can take a cruise to the Lakeside pier and explore the aquarium. Or hop on The Lakeside and Haverthwaite steam railway. If heading north to Ambleside who not try the unique afternoon tea at Stiles served on a slate base and traditional Lake District stile!

Near Bowness

A few miles from Bowness lies the picturesque Lyth and Winster Valleys, famed for their Damson trees and slower pace of life. If you are visiting in April, be sure not to miss Damson Day. Local producers showcase their wares and the friendly atmosphere shines through.

If you are in the mood for more fresh Lakeland air, then stroll over Scout Scar between Underbarrow and Kendal. Beautiful views stretching to Morecambe bay and over towards the market town of Kendal. Between The Masons Arms at Strawberry Bank and the Bowness area is the breathtaking panorama from Gummers How. Giving you unrivalled views towards The Langdales and Coniston Fells.

These valleys have pubs in plenty and be sure not to miss The Punchbowl at Crosthwaite for a more fine dining experience. Or The Brown Horse at Winster for a more traditional pub atmosphere with great food. Other outstanding local pubs include The Punchbowl at Underbarrow and The Hare and Hounds at Bowland Bridge!. View the full selection of Bowness Cottages available.

Take a look at our cottages below in Bowness that sleep 2-4 people, perfect for couples, small families and small groups.

Bowness Cottages Sleeping 2 – 4

Looking for a Holiday cottages in Bowness that sleeps 2-4 people? Perfect for small families or sets of couples wanting to have a holiday break in Bowness. This bustling little village on the shores of Lake Windermere offers both centrally located properties and pretty little cottages.

The village itself offers a myriad of activities and shops. Start at Porto for a romantic dinner, try Bodega’s for some tapas or The Village Inn for steak. The Laura Ashley hotel offers afternoon tea in their recently renovated interiors. Or, enjoy the lake front with a traditional cone of chips. Then stroll down to the lake shore with an Ice cream from The Windermere Ice Cream company (36 flavours!) There are options to please everyone.

You will not be short of activities, take a walk up Post Knott to make the most of the views. Or enjoy a visit to The World of Beatrix Potter, becoming completely involved in the famous world of Peter Rabbit and Friends.

Don’t worry about the weather as Windermere Lake Cruises offer a variety of vessels to suit everybody. If you wish to make a romantic day of it, hire a rowing boat and enjoy taking in the view from the famous waters. You can take a cruise to the Lakeside pier and explore the aquarium. Or hop on The Lakeside and Haverthwaite steam railway. If heading north to Ambleside who not try the unique afternoon tea at Stiles served on a slate base and traditional Lake District stile!

Near Bowness

A few miles from Bowness lies the picturesque Lyth and Winster Valleys, famed for their Damson trees and slower pace of life. If you are visiting in April, be sure not to miss Damson Day. Local producers showcase their wares and the friendly atmosphere shines through.

If you are in the mood for more fresh Lakeland air, then stroll over Scout Scar between Underbarrow and Kendal. Beautiful views stretching to Morecambe bay and over towards the market town of Kendal. Between The Masons Arms at Strawberry Bank and the Bowness area is the breathtaking panorama from Gummers How. Giving you unrivalled views towards The Langdales and Coniston Fells.

These valleys have pubs in plenty and be sure not to miss The Punchbowl at Crosthwaite for a more fine dining experience. Or The Brown Horse at Winster for a more traditional pub atmosphere with great food. Other outstanding local pubs include The Punchbowl at Underbarrow and The Hare and Hounds at Bowland Bridge!. View the full selection of Bowness Cottages available.

Take a look at our cottages below in Bowness that sleep 2-4 people, perfect for couples, small families and small groups.

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