How does an elegant apartment for two in a beautiful Victorian manor house set in a quiet area of picturesque Ambleside sound to you? Well, if that sounds like it fits the bill then take a look at 4 Miller Bridge House. It's a spacious and well appointed apartment overlooking the house's extensive shared grounds to Ambleside itself and the fells beyond. Set along a quiet road next to the River Rothay, it's perfectly placed to take a walk along the river and over an idyllic stone footbridge to the town's park to make the most of everything this delightful Lakeland town has to offer.
The much-loved town of Ambleside has a vibrant atmosphere retaining all of its Victorian character while attracting mountain adventurers at the same time. With attractive slate buildings, winding alleyways, highly acclaimed restaurants, independent shops, characterful pubs and a stunning position at the head of Lake Windermere nestled among some glorious fell scenery it really does tick all the boxes.
Why not potter along to Waterhead and hop on one of the Windermere Steamers? There's a mulitude of places to visit from any of the stops along the length of England's largest lake or you can just stay put and enjoy the spectacle of gentle scenery giving way to majestic fells. For the foodies among you Ambleside is a paradise with quirky cafes, fabulous pub grub not to mention excellent real ales, and fine dining both traditional and modern. Alternatively don your walking togs and head out, lovely Loughrigg Fell is quite literally out the back door, Stock Ghyll force makes an impressive jaunt from the centre of town or for the more experienced walker why not take on the eight peaks of the Fairfield horseshoe? You'll really deserve a sunset glass of wine on your balcony overlooking Miller Bridge House's beautiful garden after all that.
Whatever you choose to do here in the heart of the Lake District 4 Miller Bridge House is a welcoming and indulgent jumping off point.