Guest Accommodation in Ambleside, Cumbria

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Wanslea Guest House Lake Road
LA22 0DN

Wanslea, Ambleside

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Wanslea is an all en-suite AA 4 star guest house. Luxury themed rooms are also available with wide screen TVs king size beds and en-suite spa bathrooms. We have been featured in the Times reccomended by the Lake District Guide and are in the AA best B and B Guide.

Advice is always available from where to eat to walking the fells. We are just five minutes walk from the village centre and three to four minutes walk from the lake. Wanslea is non smoking.

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