A comfortable well presented family en-suite room with 1 double bed & bunk beds suitable for a family of 4. All rooms are of a good standard. We serve freshly cooked traditional English breakfast with a vegetarian option.
Bonny Brae Guest House is a family run Victorian Guest House. It enjoys a central location in the heart of Windermere village. The lake, station, tour buses, local shops and facilities are all within easy walking distance.
Windermere is just over one mile from the lake and is where the Oxenholme to Windermere railway line terminates. It is a busy little town with a good variety of local shops. The flagship store for Lakeland is also situated close to the railway station. There is also a branch of Booths supermarket.
Windermere in the Lake District - ten and a half miles long and 219 feet deep - is England's largest lake. Its name comes from the Scandinavian for 'lake of a man called Vinandr'.Half way down Windermere, and a mile and a half downhill from Windermere village and its railway station. Pop into our Bowness Bay Information Centre, shop, eat, get an ice cream and watch the bustle of the steamers arriving and departing from Bowness Bay. You can also hire rowing boats.
A mile in-land from Windermere, Ambleside is a bustling town of outdoor equipment shops, bookshops, gift shops, cafes and restaurants, and a cinema. Nestled in the valley between various fells, it's the start and end point for many walks.
Books, DVD, games
Activities and Experiences
Art galleries & museums
Antiques & fairs
till 19:00 Early check-in available on request
Booking Terms and Conditions
Roadfrom M6(30.0 miles)
Take M6 junction 36 and follow the signs for Kendal then Windermere. At Windermere turn left (signposted Town centre) and follow the one-way system through the town. Oak Street is the second left turn after the Post Office off this road.
Trainfrom Station(5.0 miles)
Turn left from the station to the Tourist Information Centre and keep left passing the Elleray Hotel, the Queen's Hotel and Barclays Bank. Oak Street is the second left turn just after the Post Office.