Bowness-on-Windermere (or Bowness as it is more usually referred to) is the largest lake in the UK and is situated within the Lake District National Park. The town of Bowness offers so much for any visitor to do, not only the amazing walks in the fells all around, but the Lake itself provides a wonderful playground for sailing and boating of all shapes and sizes. The bustling lakeside town of Bowness is consistently one of the country’s most valued and favourite holiday destinations and will most probably continue to do so for a long time to come, with a large community of stunning and stylish holiday accommodation, Bowness is a perfect holiday destination. The Lake is a ribbon lake and all in all holds eighteen islands, all of which can be accessed by boat or canoe, whether you would like to rent them out yourself or venture out with an instructor.
Langdale is a warm and welcoming rural cottage in the picturesque village of Bowness-on-Windermere. The semi-detached, pet-free property features an upside-down design so that guests can relax on the balcony and enjoy the views of Cumbria after a day exploring this beautiful corner of England.
Pudding Cottage is an award wining Lake District holiday let with a swimming pool and Wi-Fi in Bowness-on-Windermere sleeping 6 in 3 bedrooms. THE TIMES 'BEST 50 COTTAGES IN THE UK' in 2013 WINNER OF CUMBRIA COTTAGE OF THE YEAR and No. 1 on TRIPADVISOR for Lake District 2011-2014 FINALIST ENGLI...
- Sleeps 6
- Bedrooms 3
- Bathrooms 2
Number 16 is a Lake District holiday cottage in Bowness-on-Windermere, properly furnished and recently renovated to have plenty of room and a modern look. This child-friendly 3-bedroom cottage in Cumbria is just a short walk from Lake Windermere.
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You should also treat yourself to a Lake Windermere cruise around the entire lake on a luxury boat and see how magical it is for you. The lake has also been altered slightly so that visitors and the locals can enjoy a swim in it; three separate areas have been designed so that they are suitable to bathe in – when the weather is as hot as it sometimes gets, a dip in the lake is exactly what you’ll need.
As well as the lake there are many walks to be taken around the area and also gardens to be appreciated, as well as an aquarium. Or instead of walking you can get your heart pumping by swinging through the trees at the Treetop Trek Aerial Adventure Park. There are an absolute handful of activities to choose from so you’ll never get bored when you finally visit Bowness.