Panoramic views are the focus of this contemporary Bowness holiday home, taking an elevated position only 5 minutes away from the centre of the village. The upside-down layout takes full advantage of the outlook – enormous windows throughout the living space, kitchen and dining area, a large forward-facing balcony to capture the afternoon sun, and a raised patio fully-equipped for al-fresco dining and BBQs.
It's not often such an outlook can be enjoyed from such a convenient Lake District self-catering property - a unique opportunity to immerse yourselves in spectacular scenery, luxurious privacy and the buzz of village life all at once! Tanna Hill also offers free Wi-Fi.
Accommodation in detail
Ample private parking places outside the property. Large landscaped garden, with furnished patio area. Spacious living area with TV, DVD, free Wi-Fi, gas fire and access to balcony through sliding glass doors. Generous kitchen with Lake District views through large windows, underfloor heating, extensive cooking facilities and dishwasher for ease. This room has a dining area with a large, extendable dining table right next to the superb windows. 2 king size bedrooms (one of which can be made into twin beds) upstairs and one double bedroom, one with en-suite bathroom (with shower over bath), one with shower room. There is also a family-size house bathroom.
A self-catering property near Bowness-on-Windermere is a top choice for families, lake-lovers, boating enthusiasts and those who simply want to enjoy a varied holiday in the Lake District. On the eastern shores of Lake Windermere, Bowness village is alive with local shops, handy supermarket, excellent restaurants and eateries, cosy Lakeland pubs, fish & chips and Lake District family attractions. It's also without doubt the best place in the Lakes to buy an ice-cream!
Stroll along Bowness Bay to watch yachts come and go, hire a power boat or row boat on Lake Windermere, or take a memorable cruise on the Windermere Lake steamers - a great way to get to Ambleside or Lakeside without even using the car! There's plenty to do on rainy days, with the World of Beatrix Potter Attraction, a cinema and even a theatre. Don't forget Lakes Aquarium, at the south end of the Lake. For a wide range of walking in the Lake District's famous landscapes, travelling around is easy. Bowness lies on the A591; a main linking road to many of our region's most renowned routes
2 king size (1 zip link- please specify on booking)
Shower over bath
Additional shower room
Panoramic lake view
4 ring gas hob
Gas fire central heating to radiators
Washing machine and dryer.
Patio/terrace and balcony with BBQ
Private parking for up to 3 vehicles