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All reviewsoverlooking the lakebeer gardensunny daygarden roomwaters edgefish and chipsate herepub foodsingle rooman evening mealfantastic locationspent nightsplenty of choicebiscuitsambleside centrecouldn't faultcomfy bed
Beautifully placed and well furnished. The soup was very nice and quick service.
However, I could not stand another minute listening to the bar man’s booming voice as he droned on and on about his personal life with his young female assistant. Very unprofessional and...More
Excellent room with a lovely view of the lake and promenade.Super breakfast with lots of choice of locally sourced produce.Good menu for evening meal although a bit pricey.Nice comfortable bar for a drink inthe evening .Strongly recommend the Lakeland Classic rooms
7 adults and 2 children went for dinner. The staff was friendly and efficient and the ambiance was lovely. We all had delicious meals and had a wonderful time. We wasn’t rushed and the staff was lovely with the children. I would defiantly recommend this...More
Hotel overlooks, literally, the end of Lake Windermere. Ample parking plus bus stops a couple of minutes walk. Ambleside town centre about 20 minutes pleasent walk. I assume the hotel has been added to on various occassions, it is like a rabbit warren inside!! Our...More
This is a nice hotel. I'm a light sleeper and had some initial concerns because at least one reviewer had highlighted that rooms 20/21 were noisy - didn't say if it was because the bar was immediately below or if due to the hotel's proximity...More
Response from honesthenny | Reviewed this property |
There's two ways to get to Ambleside , you can walk up Mclver Lane at the side of the regent hotel opposite Water edge Inn, takes you into lake road where you walk up Into Ambleside, it's a good 10-15 minute stretch, or you... More
There's two ways to get to Ambleside , you can walk up Mclver Lane at the side of the regent hotel opposite Water edge Inn, takes you into lake road where you walk up Into Ambleside, it's a good 10-15 minute stretch, or you can go the most buetiful scenic route across Borrans park, you walk up the road to the park, enter walk round the Roman forte stay to the left of the fort, follow the path round, across the road and follow directions to under loughrigg for a longer walk, a good forty minutes , or head back towards Borrans road and follow that onto the A593, into town. proberly about 30mins.
It's very pleasant around here, right next to the lake. There's plenty to walk to if you're reasonably fit - the local town, where there's plenty of pubs and restaurants, and country walks, lakeside walks and boat trips.
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"I can fully recommend Wateredge Restaurant Ambleside."