Pretty as a picture, this central Bowness holiday cottage is perfectly
placed for exploring the village and the boating activities in Bowness
Bay. Even better, the property provides central private parking -
making touring by car a breeze - and a delightful, enclosed and
furnished patio for meals al-fresco on sunny days.
Complete with cosy woodburning stove and Lakeland slate hearth,
character exposed beams and a shaker-style fitted kitchen, couples or
small families will find this charming bolt hole a delight to return to
at the end of the day. There's even a small second sitting room or
snug; ensuring quiet time for parents or breathing space for two
Accommodation in detail
Private parking for 2 cars outside Honeysuckle Cottage, please be aware
that there a few steep steps at the front of the property, but the back
entrance has flat access. To enter the property please use the side
door through the tiled utility room, with space for storing outdoor
gear. A gallery kitchen leads through to the characterful living /
dining area with exposed beams, woodburning stove set in Lakeland
slate, deep-cushioned furnishings and ample dining space for eating in.
The sunny 2nd lounge / TV room has a warming coal effect fire. Upstairs
to 2 double bedrooms, additional twin bedroom and the fully-tiled
family-size bathroom with 4 piece suite. As this is a traditional
Lakeland cottage, space is restricted in the bedrooms. One double
bedroom has a wardrobe and chest of drawers, and the other double and
twin rooms have limited hanging/storage space.
Outside you'll find a pretty enclosed patio, with furniture.
A holiday cottage with parking in central Bowness makes an incredibly
convenient base for exploring our most popular Lake District holiday
destination. Bowness is easily reached from the M6, or from the train
station at Windermere village (a couple of miles away).
On the eastern shores of Lake Windermere, Bowness is a lively Lake
District village revolving around the boating activity of Bowness Bay.
Stroll along the lake shore, take out a hire boat on Lake Windermere or
enjoy a memorable cruise on one of the famous steamers. These
Windermere Lake Cruises provide a route to Ambleside and Lakeside
without even using your car.
Bowness high street has a contemporary range of shops, supermarkets and
eateries, providing everything you need within strolling distance.
There are a number of family attractions in Bowness, including the
World of Beatrix Potter, the Old Laundry Theatre and also a modern
Bowness offers a vibrant nightlife for sociable gatherings or romantic
occasions. From the traditional 'Hole int Wall' pub to the array of
contemporary restaurants, bars and even a nightclub, there's something
for every taste.
From Bowness, exploring the Lakes or seeking out walking routes is
easy. Link up to the A591 only a couple of miles away at Windermere
village, and you're on to the main route into the heart of the Lakes.