Yes there are lots of places to eat but i would suggest you book in advance to avoid being disapointed.My partner and i ended up getting a take away after trying to get into several establishments only to be told they were fully booked.There is a pub in Bowness that is value for money and serves good pub grub if thats what you are looking for its called The Stags Head its right on the waters edge next to a Hotel called Mcdonald Old England Hotel and Spa (We thought the prices were a bit steep in here).I have reviewed both of these establishments on Tripadvisor.Hope this helps but as always it's a matter of personal preference.
Yeah there are loads but there is a bit of a walk to most but the guide in the room mentions a few of them but it's not far into Windermere where my partner and I saw plenty of pubs and restaurants. The two hosts Mark and Emma are so lovely and would be more than happy to help I am sure!
We drove to Stanley I think to go to The Eagle and Child (I think) as a mid-point to meet a friend from Kendal but easily could have stayed closer.
Hope that helps! :)
8-10 minutes walk uppwards against Winderemere station, there are several eating places and certainly a pub. 10-12 minutes walk down to Bowness, there are many great eating places.
There are lots of places 10 -15 minutes walk in either direction to suit all tastes. 2 minutes away is a pub and 5 minutes away is the closest restaurant. The B and B are happy to recommend places according to specific tastes also.
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