Churchill Hotel And Bars

Address: 33 Lake Road, Ambleside, Lake District, Cumbria, England, LA22 0BH, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 33 Lake Road, Ambleside, is near Hill Top, Rydal Mount & Gardens, Bridge House, and Grasmere and Wordsworth Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Ambleside

The Lake District & Beatrix Potter

A travel blog entry by kyliep on Nov 01, 2014

... and where it should be kept. Since her death in 1946 the house has been kept the untouched. The house is full of original paintings Beatrix Potter has painted of the surrounding area. There is also a number of original sketches of rabbits and other animals from her books. Unfortunately we weren't allowed to take any photos inside the house. We then went for a drive ...

The Long Drive North

A travel blog entry by kyliep on Oct 31, 2014

... is also well known for being Mr Darcy's house in the Keira Knightly version of Pride and Prejudice. Once we entered the grounds there was a hold up on the road with the sheep crossing to the next paddock. We also saw some deer on the drive in. We wondered through the house looking at the artwork and a number of rooms including the main ...

Blencowe

A travel blog entry by heatherholme on Oct 23, 2014

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Tues. Went to reghed and had look around. Rohan went to football match Carlisle United. I went Out to pub in Stainton for dinner. Wednesday, met up with family for lunch at the Sportsman inn, had a great afternoon. In the evening went to the local pub for a quiz evening. Thursday. Went on the Ullswater steamer, for a ride up the Lake. Beautiful scenery but rather chilly. Fish and chips for ...

Swallows & Amazons

A travel blog entry by p2travel on Oct 18, 2014

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“But the big hills up at the lake helped to make him feel that the houseboat man did not matter. The hills had been there before Captain Flint. They would be there for ever. That, somehow was comforting.”

Autumn tints in Windermere

A travel blog entry by mariontrew on Oct 16, 2014

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... the countryside in this area; the rough fields are bordered with grey, dry stone walls and the bracken has turned russet making it look lovely - it must be hard to farm land full of rocky outcrops but it makes for an attractive landscape. The ground is also very marshy and there were frequent times when I was walking on standing water at least 5cm deep. On return from the walk I realised that my foot was wet and on examination I found a large hole ...