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Cosy first floor studio in the hamlet of Nibthwaite, close to Coniston Water. (Ref. 930544)
7 nights from £303
With a vibrant atmosphere alongside a superb lakeside setting, it’s easy to see why Bowness-on-Windermere is one of the most popular Lake District cottage destinations.
Resting on the shores of Windermere, Bowness is famed for its focus on activities on and around the lake. The Windermere ferry is a staple of a trip to the Lakes, allowing you to take in the surrounding area from a different perspective. Alternatively, kayaking and canoeing is also available if you fancy taking your own route. Back on dry land, the wonderful attractions of the town will definitely keep you busy. Why not take a look around the Beatrix Potter Exhibition or the Steamboat Museum, or enjoy some family fun on the 18 hole ‘pitch and put’ golf course. The town is also home to a great selection of pubs, restaurants, cafés and shops.
Places to visit near Bowness-on-Windermere
Due to the central location of Bowness, it’s easy to explore lots of the surrounding area. Situated only 5 miles away, a day out to Ambleside should be on your to-do list, whilst the charming Grasmere can be found slightly further afield. Across the Lake you’ll find the quaint villages of Hawkshead and Coniston, popular areas for walkers and cyclists.
Types of Holidays
To admire the many wonders of the Lake District, you may wish to consider our range of holiday types here. If the whole family fancies a slice of the Lake District then browse our range of larger cottages, or maybe a romantic getaway for two is right up your street.
Choose from our selection of accommodation in Bowness-on-Windermere and enjoy soaking up the scene of this bustling Lakeland town.