Orrest Cottage
Top City Hotel

17 Church Street, Windermere, United Kingdom
+44 153 948 8722

₹ 4,956+

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8.7/10 Excellent
based on 376 reviews

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  • Luxurious Hotel
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    David & Laura would like to invite you to stay with them in their cozy three-storey 19th Century Lakeland Cottage situated in the town of Windermere, in the beautiful English Lake District. Orrest Cottage has been recently refurbished to give a contemporary feel and atmosphere. We specialize in walking, biking, eating and sleeping. There are three comfortable en suite rooms, each able to accommodate two adults, and new for March 2013 our very special loft style suite incorporating a lovely bedroom with en-suite, gorgeous lounge with flat screen TV, Sony Playstation and your own coffee machine! plus another private bathroom! Wake up and look forward to a delicious Lakeland breakfast sourced from the best local farms and suppliers To boost your appetite there is lots of fresh Lake District air and certainly plenty of local walks and many starting from just outside the front door. Across the road is the start of the Orrest Head walk, made famous by Lakeland author Alfred Wainwright, it offers you some of the most stunning views over the Lake District fells. We are ideally located just 200m, if you re walking, from either Windermere railway station or the main bus stop at Windermere Tourist Information and we re just the same distance from the centre of town. For your convenience we are Wi Fi enabled, we can offer bike storage and if you are walking or climbing great advice on fantastic routes We can offer also offer you flexible check in times to suit your needs. Check-out is by 10am

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    • Concierge service
    • No smoking
    • Storage available
    • Free Wi-Fi
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