The All Seasons Hotel is very clean and central. However we ended up having to pay for parking at the nearby train station. Also the room was tiny and not somewhere you would want to spend very long if it was raining. The shower was terrible, just a trickle. The breakfast was fine but is only available from 8.30-9.30 which might be late if you are intending to go hiking. We paid £70 and were disappointed by the standard as we have stayed in the Lake Lodge in Ambleside which was of a much superior standard for the same price.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- All Seasons consists of 2 accommodation types next door to each other. No Parking available. Both All Seasons Guest House and All Seasons Rest in Windermere are small traditional stone built houses, ideally located within short walking distance to both Windermere and Bowness-on-Windermere, making it easy to explore all the highlights the Lake District has to offer. All Seasons Guest House comes with a choice of a continental or full cooked English Lakes breakfast to start the day, which can be booked direct and charged for separate. All Seasons Rest is room only, aiming to provide excellent quality stay at a budget price. Each of the 8 bedrooms within All Seasons accommodation are individual in style, with clean neutral colours, which make for a relaxing and peaceful environment. Centrally situated in Windermere village off the A591, this traditional Lake District stone guesthouse is a 4-minute walk from National Rail trains and 14 minutes' walk from Orrest Head lookout. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- All Seasons Windermere, Lake District