"Who doesn’t love a warm doughy pizza with tantalizing tomato sauce and an epic mozzarella cheese pull?. Woodstone Pizza & Flame Grill is the perfect restaurant in Keswick to satisfy your craving. This cosy pizzeria serves wood-fired Italian cuisine, as well as tasty meat from the flame grill."
"Sometimes people just feel in the mood to go to and get a classic pizza. Woodstone Pizza and flame grill is definitely the place for that. It's a family friendly restaurant which supplies fabulous pizzas cooked in a stone hot oven and also offers steaks and burgers."
"A popular restaurant found in the heart of Ambleside, Dodd’s is open from noon ‘til late and welcomes guests for lunch, coffee and dinner in a relaxed environment. Known for its freshly prepared Mediterranean cuisine and friendly welcome, it’s a great place to enjoy a meal in Ambleside. Dishes are prepared using fresh local produce, while an open kitchen adds to the vibrant atmosphere."
"Reliable Italian food, with wood-fired pizzas and authentic pastas partnered by unusual regional fare such as melanzane alla Parmigiana (baked aubergine) and pollo saltimbocca (chicken and sage wrapped in..."
"Located on banks of Derwentwater, The Lakeside Cafe is the perfect spot for light breakfast, lunch, coffee and cake or atmospheric dinner with stunning views. Email: email@example.com. Website: www.theatrebythelake.com"
4.9 (179 ratings)
A rustic stone wall lines one side of this welcoming cafe for breakfast, sandwiches, snacks & cakes.
"01/03/2021: We visited the Copper Pot Cafe twice during our stay in Ambleside, and both times we were treated to a fantastic breakfast.We were able to get a walk in table each time, with only a minor wait.The staff are friendly, and the food was excellent, with generous portions.The only downside is that there's only one toilet, which is accessed externally, which can mean queueing in the rain, however everything else was so good it doesn't warrant knocking off a point."
"‘Top Coffee’ has got to be the highest accolade I can award, and wow these folks deserve it. Secreted away on one of Ambleside’s quiet streets, this externally humble cafe is home to my most highly regarded coffee of the lot. They delivered a strong coffee (on request), the beans of which having being sourced and roasted locally."
"A cosy hub in the heart of Ambleside, the Lake District, jammed with great food, coffee, music, and friendly faces. Dogs are welcome in all areas including the bar, cosy fire room and kitchen garden. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org"
Lakes Hotel and Spa
4.5 (754 ratings)
Refined retreat with free Wi-Fi, breakfast and parking, plus an indoor pool and British restaurant.
Lake Road, Bowness-on-Windermere, LA23 3HH, United Kingdom
"Our hotel is perfectly situated with views of Lake Windermere, just a short stroll from the bustling village centre of Bowness-on-Windermere and the boats that travel the length of Windermere, making it easy to visit Ambleside, Brockhole, Wray Castle and Lakeside without a car. The Lakes Hotel & Spawas previously called the Burnside Hotel & Spa. The hotel has some of the best on-site facilities in the area, half of the rooms with hot tubs on private balconies, an on-site spa with poolside seating and a bar, stylish restaurant and cocktail bar, bike hire, wakesurfing and paddleboading."
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Lake Road Inn
4.2 (633 ratings)
Homestyle British dishes & various ales turned out in casual, wood-accented surrounds with a garden.
"Part of the Keswick Brewing Co., The Fox Tap serves home-brewed beers in an excellent atmosphere. Their monthly Brewery Socials are a great excuse to enjoy a friendly drink and some street food, but any day of the month is ideal for a visit!. You can also take a tour of the brewery and, if you sup on something you love, buy your own souvenir bottles from their shop!"
"Tucked away on North Road, the Unicorn is one of those pubs you have to know about. This part of Ambleside was known as Above Stock and is home to some of the oldest buildings in the town, with the Unicorn being the oldest pub. As you would expect with that kind of accolade, it has a wonderful traditional feel and serves up hearty pub meals and real ale."
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Brockhole on Windermere, The Lake District Visitor Centre
4.6 (2061 ratings)4 (1126 ratings)
Outdoor attraction with a range of activities, from mini-golf & zip-lines to kayaking & archery.
The Lake District Visitor Centre, Windermere, LA23 1LJ, United Kingdom
"In collaboration with Cumbria Tourism, we had been lucky enough to be provided with tickets for some activities at Brockhole. Located a few miles from Bowness and on the way to Ambleside, Brockhole is an absolute gem of a day out for families. There is a real mix of activities on offer for all ages and although you have to pay for parking, there are lots of activities that are free to take part in (although you will be tempted by the abundance of activities on offer that you do need to pay for so be prepared!)."
"The Brockhole visitors centre is located between Windermere and Ambleside on the eastern shore of Lake Windermere. Set in exquisite grounds and gardens, Brockhole has plenty of activities this summer for young and old alike. Enjoy boat hire, rafting, pony rides, archery, orienteering or brave the cave (for kids over 5)."
"Enjoy the famous adventure playground, paddle in the lake, and explore the fabulous Mawson designed gardens with good pushchair and wheelchair access. Hire a boat on the lake, with motor boats, rowing boats, kayaks and paddle boards for hire. Challenge yourself with archery, laser clay or inside caving."