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With onsite leisure facilities including a pool, whirlpool and sauna and shops, bars and restaurants on the doorstep these modern apartments are sure to appeal to families or groups looking to explore Ambleside and the villages around Lake Windermere. (Ref. 972433)
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Cosy mid-terrace cottage situated in the Cumbria village of Asby, near Ennerdale. Woodburning stove. Ideal for touring the Lake District and coast of Cumbria. Whitehaven 8 miles. (Ref. 998964)
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Semi-detached cottage in centre of Ulverston. Easy access to amenities if the Lake District. Enclosed lawned garden with great views. Lake Windermere 10 miles. (Ref. 941430)
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Superb single-storey cottage in Clappersgate near Ambleside. Feature inglenook with gas fire, en-suite bedrooms. Two dogs welcome. Fell and riverside walks from door. Ambleside 1 mile. Hawkshead 4 miles. (Ref. 916188)
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A superb apartment with shared access to whirlpool, small indoor heated pool and sauna. With private balcony and WiFi. Ambleside 1 mile. (Ref. 940702)
Charming terraced cottage, close to an inn, in the village of Underbarrow. Open fire. Enclosed garden. Ample storage space for outdoor equipment. Golf course nearby. Leisure pass for nearby hotel (indoor swimming pool, gym etc) included. Kendal 5 miles. (Ref. 923260)
Modern two bedroom apartment with access to an onsite swimming pool, sauna and whirlpool. Only a two-minute walk to Lake Windermere. Short walk to Hayes Garden Centre and the village of Ambleside. WiFi. Market town Kendal 12.5 miles.
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attraction Beatrix Potter World, Cartmel,
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