Adam Place Guest House

Bed and Breakfast in Windermere, Cumbria (Lake District)

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1 Park Avenue
Windermere
Cumbria
England
LA23 2AR

Adam Place Guest House, Windermere

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Linda and Stevie assure you of a warm and friendly welcome at Adam Place. Built in the 19th Century, this traditional Lakeland slate house is an ideal base for exploring the natural beauty of the Lake District. Situated in a quiet location, we are within easy walking distance of the train and bus stations, the Lake and all local amenities.

Linda and Stevie welcome you to Adam Place Guest House, a place of charm and character,an ideal location to explore the splendid scenery and activities the Lake District National Park has to offer. Built in the 19th century, Adam Place has been sympathetically renovated to provide comfortable and welcoming en-suite rooms, single, double, twin and family rooms are available, along with a 2 bedroom suite. We have a 60's theme Dining room with memorabilia from that great era, where we serve finest local fayre, traditional, vegetarian or continental breakfast is served betwen 9am-9-30am, mostly from local sources, with a wide choice breakfast menu to cater for all tastes.

We have an award winning garden for your relaxation, with our wide array of window boxes, hanging baskets, floral displays and shrubs, all in full bloom in Summer. We can assure you of a break to remember at Adam Place, where Linda is only too happy to be of any assistance you may require, to make your stay a memorable one.

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Nearby Historic Attractions

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