4 star town house hotel on the shores of Lake Windermere near Ambleside, Lake District
Experience the Lake District and all that it has to offer in stylish sophistication and contemporary luxury. The Waterhead hotel, near Ambleside, cleverly combines traditional Lakeland elegance and its stunning setting with the comfort of a new luxury four star Town House Hotel. Every detail is designed to offer a relaxed, intimate atmosphere, calm moods and a fresh approach to service.
The Bar & Grill
The Bar and Grill at the Waterhead presents diners with a choice of evening and full day menus, championing local ingredients with a modern day twist on popular, regional dishes set in a bright, modern setting with subdued décor and interesting lighting adding a contemporary element, all of which serves to create an intimate relaxed environment.
Out & About in Ambleside and the Lake District
The Waterhead hotel, with it's prime position on the shores of Lake Windermere half a mile from Ambleside, is ideally located for exploring the Lakes; walking the fells, taking a cruise on Windermere or simply visiting the many local attractions in Ambleside and nearby towns and villages.
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Low Wood Bay Watersports Centre
Low Wood Bay Watersports Centre, with its extensive range of equipment and an inspiring setting against a backdrop of the Lakeland fells is a great location for
Brockhole-Lake District Visitor Centre
Be wild and try something new, soar through the sky on a treetop adventure, or splash out on the water. Take in the beauty of our awesome mountain views, taste the best of local food and ale.
Nearby Eating Out
Waterhead Coffee Shop
Jane and Richard have been at Waterhead "forever..." Their lovely little ‘shabby chic' coffee shop is full of character and a place where you can go and drink
The Log House
The Log House Restaurant and Accommodation is located on the outskirts of Ambleside town center set in a Norwegian log cabin. The log cabin was imported to The Lake District by