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Belle Green Bed and Breakfast, Near Sawrey

Welcome to Belle Green Bed & Breakfast a perfect place to stay in Near Sawrey, near Hawkshead, Ambleside. Belle Green B&B Near Sawrey offers superb rooms with a view and great breakfasts, plus a warm welcome.


Tower Bank Arms

This traditional 17th Century Lakeland Inn is situated in the village of Near Tower Bank Arms - Near SawreySawrey. Many of the illustrations in the famous Beatrix Potter books can be traced back to their origins here, including the Tower Bank Arms, which is featured in The Tales Of Jemima Puddleduck. Hilltop, Beatrix Potters former home, is situated just behind the pub! 
You will find comfort with friendly professional service, quality fresh food and an extensive selection of traditional local ales and organic soft drinks and wines.

Children are very welcome as are your canine companions. Our aim is to relax you, slow you down and let you enjoy a taste of Lakeland life! CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION


The Cuckoo Brow - Far SawreyThe Cuckoo Brow

A quiet little Inn nestled in the village of Far Sawrey near Hawkshead, Bowness & Ambleside and only a short walk to the famous National Trust home of  Beatrix Potter -  Hill Top Farm. This Lake District Inn offers excellent accommodation with hearty food served in our cosy bar. Popular with walkers, cyclists and the weekend traveler alike, you will find a warm welcome at the Cuckoo Brow. Our doors are open to Couples, Families and to those wishing to bring their pet away to the Lake District.   When it comes to either Bed and Breakfast accommodation or Lake District Inns the Cuckoo Brow should be your first choice. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION


Ees Wyke Country House

An elegant and comfortable Georgian country house hotel in Hawkshead, set on high ground and overlooking Esthwaite Water. Ees Wyke offers luxury guest house accommodation and an AA rosette-awarded restaurant in Near Sawrey, Hawkshead, Ambleside, in the centre of the Lake District. Once a holiday home of Beatrix Potter, the guest house is just a short walk away from Hill Top, where she made her home and wrote many of her Peter Rabbit books.

The bedrooms, lounge and restaurant have stunning views across the lake of some of the best-known fells in the Lake District, including Coniston Old Man and the Langdale Pikes, as well as the extensive woodland of Grizedale Forest. Many excellent walks are accessible from the house, from the easy and relaxing to the slightly more challenging; close to Hawkshead, Ambleside and the Windermere Ferry, our guest house accommodation is an ideal location from which to tour the Lake District. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

Sawrey House Hotel

This boutique hotel is in the Lake District and many of its rooms have views of Esthwaite Water and Grizedale Forest. Sawrey House also has a bar and a lounge with a real log fire.

Sawrey House Hotel boasts luxury rooms with flat-screen TVs, modern bathrooms, steam-free mirrors and hairdryers. Tea/coffee, still and sparkling mineral water and luxury bathroom products from Elsyl are provided.

The restaurant serves homemade dishes and a selection of wines. Traditional afternoon teas, light lunches, snacks and cakes are available during the day CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION


Buckle Yeat

A traditional 17th Century Lakeland cottage with six en-suite bedrooms, which are tastefully decorated and furnished with your comfort in mind. All our bedrooms are non-smoking, individually decorated and en-suite.  Each also have the additional comforts of tea and coffee making facilities, televisions and hairdryers. We now also have free Wifi access for guests with their own laptops and a laptop available for guests to check their email and access the internet.

Buckle Yeat Guest House is situated in the village of Near Sawrey, which is an ideal location for touring the English Lake District and discovering the real Lakeland. Hill Top Farm, former home of the writer and artist, Beatrix Potter is situated almost next door to our guest house. Our family run guest house is open throughout the year and a warm and friendly welcome awaits our guests wanting an enjoyable and relaxing short break or holiday.  Whatever the time of year, relax in the large lounge by the log fire and additional full central heating on those cooler evenings. Ample off road parking spaces are available, free of charge, to our guests. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

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