Newby Bridge & Lakeside
At the southern end of Lake Windermere adjoining the River Leven, Newby Bridge is a small village, with a good selection of accommodation including hotels and B&B's.
Newby bridge takes its name from the five-arched stone bridge built across the river in 1651. The famous Lakeside & Haverthwaite steam railway runs between Haverthwaite on a 3.5 mile journey via Newby Bridge to Lakeside station on Lake Windermere, where you can pick up regular steamer services on Lake Windermere.
Newby Bridge is the ideal location to relax, enjoy the beautiful Lake District scenery, experience the excellent selection of food and drink available, and explore the Southern Lakeland and Morecambe Bay areas including Ulverston, Cartmel and Grange-over-Sands.
When you want to get away from it all, come to the Knoll. This tranquil country retreat stands in beautiful grounds at the southern tip of Lake Windermere, surrounded by spectacular woodland.
Lakeside Hotel, the best 4 star hotel on the shores of Windermere, offers you a unique location on the water's edge. It is a classic traditional Lakeland Hotel, personally owned and managed and in a delightful setting.
Newby Bridge Caravan Park is a perfect location for self catering holidays; surrounded by woodlands, the Park provides a a tranquil setting with an abundance of wildlife, excellent facilities and easy access to a variety of activities.
Hill Crest - 2014 'Guest Accommodation of the Year' winner. Relax in homely surroundings with panoramic views, delicious breakfasts and outstanding customer service. Close to Lake Windermere with many attractions near by and lovely walks.
A small quiet park, family owned and supervised in a rural setting. The small static park is situated in an old farm orchard and has 2 luxury VisitEngland accredited caravans for hire. Ideal base for south of Lake District National Park.
Cumbria Tourism 2016 Holiday Park of the Year award winner. Our family run park is set in 25 acres of spectacular open and unspoilt countryside and is within 4 miles of the centre of the lakes at Bowness on Windermere.
Cumbria Tourism 2016 Holiday Park of the Year award winner, Park Cliffe is set in 25 acres of picture-postcard countryside above the eastern shores of Windermere. Yet family-owned, Park Cliffe is only a short drive from the M6.
The winner of many top-quality awards, Park Cliffe is set in 25 acres of picture-postcard countryside above the eastern shores of Windermere with sweeping views across the lake.
Built in the 17thC Old Barn Farm is a charming Lakeland guest house set in beautiful open countryside at the head of the Cartmel valley 1 mile from Lake Windermere. This picturesque and tranquil location offers the ideal base for walking.
Luxury holiday cottages set in the private courtyard of our delightful 17thC Cumbrian farmhouse nestled in the beautiful open countryside at the head of the Cartmel valley, 1 mile from Lake Windermere.
The Beech Hill Hotel is situated on the banks of lake Windermere. We have 57 bedrooms that have been refurbished to a high standard. Our AA rosette-awarded restaurant offers 2 delicious menus of local and seasonal produce.
Crosslands is a 17thC farmhouse in the unspoilt valley of Rusland nestled between the lakes of Windermere and Coniston. It is a perfect base for walking & cycling within easy reach of Hawkshead, Grizedale Forest and all the lakeland hills.
Quiet family run park in South Lakes. 2 miles from Lake Windermere. Level grass pitches. Additional paddock ideal for motor homes and tourers. Electric hook ups (6amps) & hard standings available. We have 2 luxury holiday homes for hire.
Pine Tops has 2 comfortable self catering apartments set in 2 and a half acres of gardens and woodland, with panoramic views of Lake Windermere and mountains. Situated in a peaceful but convienient location near to all the popular amenities
In a quiet wooded location with secluded garden overlooking a restful garden tarn and own drive, this cottage has been completely refurbished with walnut wood floors and two bathrooms.