Fir Trees Guest House

Bed and Breakfast in Bowness-on-Windermere, Cumbria

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Fir Trees Lake Road
LA23 2EQ

Fir Trees Guest House, Bowness-on-Windermere

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We invite you to join us at Fir Trees in the English Lake District, our Windermere guest house of considerable character and charm, having been built in 1888 as a Victorian gentleman's residence.We offer a warm and friendly welcome to all guests and do our utmost to ensure that you enjoy your stay with us.The beautiful pitch pine staircase and doors, both original features of special note, are well complimented by fine antique furnishings and prints that you will find throughout the premises. Everything fits in handsomely; everywhere is immaculate. See what the experts say about our quality of service.We offer a warm and friendly welcome to all guests and do our utmost to ensure that you enjoy your stay with us.We have built up a good reputation for our breakfasts, all cooked to order using locally sourced produce, we cater for all diets, ie; vegetarians.Plenty of off road parking.We are within easy walking distance of the two resort villages of Windermere and Bowness or the lake itself.

This provides a most convenient location, close to the many amenities, yet by our being just outside the village centres themselves, it also ensures you peace and quite. Further, Fir Trees serves as an excellent base from which to travel to any corner of the Lake District and still easily return at the end of the day. Our bedrooms are lovely, (spotlessly clean) all furnished and decorated to a very high standard and all have private bath or shower room en suite, tea and coffee-making facilities and televisions.

A few, because of their particularly large size, are especially suitable for families.Free use of leisure facilities @ a nearby country club which includes, swimming, sauna, jacuzzi, steam room, small gym, snooker, badminton and squash courts.

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