The Gables Guesthouse

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Compston Road
Ambleside
Lake District
Cumbria
England
LA22 9DJ

The Gables Guesthouse, Ambleside

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The Gables is a family run guesthouse offering accommodation set over three floors of this lovely Victorian house. A central base for either walking or touring the Lake District by car and within only minutes of Ambleside's many restaurants shops and Zefferellis five screen cinemas. We offer secure bicycle storage a drying room limited parking and spa passes to the wonderful Langdale Spa a short drive away towards the Langdale Pikes.

 4 star rating

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