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Located in the heart of the town of Ambleside, this traditional Lakeland slate building is over 300 years old. Formerly The Queens, this stunning inn in Market Place, Ambleside, recently underwent an exciting restoration and reopened as The Ambleside Inn in 2019.
If you’re looking for the perfect place to eat, drink, sleep and explore from in one of the Lake Districts most popular destinations, The Ambleside Inn is the place to stay. The inn’s stunning location is close to England’s largest lake, Windermere, and is the ideal base from which to explore the National Park.
Serving delicious homemade pub food all day, every day; a wide rang of drinks and quality bed and breakfast accommodation in 30 newly refurbished bedrooms complete with breath-taking views across the fells, The Ambleside Inn makes the ideal place to getaway.
The town of Ambleside, whose history goes back to at least Roman times, is packed with the best the Lakes has to offer. From epic water sports and boating on the lake, tourist attractions and first rate shopping, to the splendour is Lakeland fells and mountains to explore, there really is something for everyone.
Outdoor enthusiasts, walkers, cyclists, families and pets are always welcome.
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|Season (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)|
* All-day dining 7.30am – 9pm
Drinks 7.30am – 11pm
From the north Exit the M6 at junction 40, taking the A66 exit to Penrith / Keswick / Brough. Turn left onto Station Road / B5322. Turn left on to the A591 in to Ambleside. Turn right onto The Slack and The Ambleside Inn is ahead. From the south: Leave the M6 at junction 36, take the A590 exit to Barrow/ Kendal/ A591. Follow the A590 and A591 to The Slack in Ambleside and The Ambleside Inn is ahead. .
National Express bus services stop at Ambleside and Stagecoach run frequent services to Ambleside. Stagecoach also has combined bus and boat tickets which are available for Coniston, Derwent Water, Ullswater and Windermere. Buy your ticket from the bus driver across Carlisle, Lancaster and West Cumbria. Tickets include travel into the Lakes on connecting buses. The nearest railway station is in Windermere which is five miles from Ambleside.
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