Accommodation and travel ideas in Ambleside
Ambleside is a town in the Lake District in North West of England. The town is made up of winding streets, boutique shops, cafes and historical buildings.
What to do in Ambleside:
There is a variety of attractions in the town and surrounding area. The town can be used to explore the local Lake District with ferries available across Lake Windermere to neighbouring towns.
The UK’s biggest national park has so much to offer families, why not see the beautiful views of the lake district on horseback? There are loads of stables in Cumbria that offer horse trekking for a variety of ages and abilities. For a fantastic day out visit Brockhole on Windemere a visitor centre that has wonderful gardens, an adventure playground and offers boat hire, archery, mini golf and a whole host of other exciting attractions. Coniston Boating Centre is also well worth visit if your family fancies having a go at a spot of canoeing or sailing. As well as fantastic variety of visitor attractions and activities there are also hundreds of walks and cycle paths to follow (bikes are available to rent or you can bring your own).
Where to stay in Ambleside:
Perfectly located in the heart of the Lake District, SpeedyBooker.com offers a variety of B&B’s, hotels and self-catering accommodation in Ambleside. Overall, there is a good range of bed and breakfast accommodation within easy reach of local walks and attractions. Brethay Lodge in Ambleside is a family run pet-friendly 4* B&B property with lovely views and walking distance to Windermere, and the greater Lake District.