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Welcome to Easedale Lodge

Luxury 7 bedroom traditional stone self-catering property in the heart of Ambleside.

About the lodge


Easedale Lodge sits in the centre of Ambleside village and is a rare find! Having perfect views from most windows straight up to Loughrigg Fell, this fantastic large home has an enviable location right in the centre of this popular, Lakeland town. The large home from home is of a high standard with attention to detail and hopes to ensure guests have the best holiday in The Lake District. It is the perfect venue for a larger gathering of friends and family looking to spend quality time together in outstanding surroundings.

Ambleside is a very popular location to explore The Lakes having Wainwright routes from the village alongside many restaurants, cafes, local pubs and the cinema for rainy days. You can take a boat trip to nearby Windermere or Brockhole for family adventure days and in 10 minutes walk from the front door of Easedale up to Stockghyll Falls, a large 70ft waterfall with viewing platforms.

The Facilities

What’s in the Lodge…

  • 7 double bedrooms over 2 floors
  • 4 En Suite Double bedrooms over 2 floors
  • 1 En Suite Twin room (floor 1)
  • 2 Double bedrooms with separate WC facilities
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Dining room
  • Seating area for relaxing
  • Television room

The important stuff…

  • Fibre broadband throughout the property with 5G backup
  • Sonos speaker system
  • Large Smart TV downstairs and Small TVs in each room
  • Hair drier in each room
  • Washer drier
  • Large fridge/freezer with additional fridge
  • On-site parking for 5 cars with additional 2 designated parking spaces nearby

Check in from 4pm – Check out by 10am

The Location

Ambleside is a popular market town located at the northern end of Windermere in the Lake District National Park.  The village is surrounded by majestic Lakeland fells, Ambleside’s roots are in the medieval woollen trade, but the town you see today is primarily Victorian, built of traditional grey slate.

With easy access to Grasmere, Keswick, Windermere and an unrivalled range of water sports, walks, climbs, cycling and much more, Ambleside is very popular with both leisure visitors wanting a relaxing break and outdoor enthusiasts looking for a challenge. There are also some fabulous restaurants, cafés and pubs to satisfy the discerning palette and numerous award-winning ales to quench your thirst.

Ambleside’s specialist shops offer a welcome variation on high street chains. There is no shortage of outdoor clothing specialists waiting to kit you out in the latest gear for any activity, from walking to windsurfing.

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Easedale Lodge is easily reached by road from the M6, being 16 miles from J36 or 28 miles from J40, and is served by several bus services, including National Express.

Rail travel is to Windermere, four miles away, with bus and taxi services. There is a direct Manchester Airport/Windermere rail link.

Approaching Ambleside, from either North or South, follow the one-way system through the village on the A591 and the signs to the town centre. Once on Rothay Road, look out for St. Mary’s Church and White Platts park on your left.

Keep in the left-hand lane, and just as you turn left at the Y junction, we are on the right-hand side on the next corner. Pull into our car park immediately on the right after Easedale Lodge on arrival to unload and pop around to the front door on arrival.

Our ‘mini’ guide to Ambleside…

Ambleside has a wide variety of Cafe’s, Pubs and restaurants – it’s wise to book ahead for weekends and holiday periods.



A locally owned franchise version of Costa, also an Internet Cafe, 1min walk away on Compston Road.

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Rattle Gill Cafe

For Fairtrade, mainly vegetarian, home-made dishes with a difference.

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The Apple Pie Cafe & Bakery

Independent, family run, Café and Bakery

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Bars & Pub food

The Lilly Bar

Bar food with a good range of beer
and wines.

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White Lion

Bar food with a good range of wines by the glass. Outside seating.

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The Royal Oak

Popular curry night on a Thursday. Outside seating also.

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The Ambleside Hotel

Bar food with good service.

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The Unicorn

Bar food in a traditional pub environment.

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The Wateredge Inn

Bar-style menu on the side of Lake Windermere with a beer garden edging to the lake.

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Village restaurants with both traditional British, Italian, Thai menus including:

Sheila’s Cottage

Cosy, informal pine room and wholesome food.

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Matthews Bistro

A glass shop front, good service and a varied menu.

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Traditional Italian cuisine from pasta to veal.

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Cosy, informal pine room and wholesome food.

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The Priest Hole

Great food in the heart of the Lake District in one of the oldest buildings in Ambleside.

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Traditional Italian cuisine conveniently located alongside the cinema.

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Bar eS Tapas

Easygoing, warmly decorated hangout with a patio serving Mexican tapas, cocktails & craft beer.

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Lucy’s on a Plate

For Mediterranean style dining.

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Doi Intanon

For Thai dining in the Old Market Hall.

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Restaurants with a more sophisticated cuisine:

The Flying Fleece

A stylish wood and glass-fronted building with a waterwheel and a great place to eat outside in the garden – a creative menu with plenty of choices.

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Sister to Zeffirelli’s.  Vegetarian but more refined – great booths for groups.

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The Old Stamp House

Previously known as Stampers. Fine dining at a reasonable price – award-winning chef and a stylish menu with attentive service.

Reservations are required for this Michelin-star restaurant in the heart of Ambleside.

Their sister restaurant, Kysty, also a Michelin star is in Ambleside too!

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Walks from the door

These are a few of our favourites, all of which can literally be started and finished at our front door.  Please feel free to use a book or map from the guest lounge or ask and we will assist you.

Mountain Climbs

Fairfield Horseshoe

Red Screes

High Pike

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Lake Walks

over Loughrigg to Skelwith Bridge or Elterwater

over Loughrigg to Grasmere

over Wansfell to Troutbeck

Rydal, then to Grasmere returning via the Lake side

Sweden Bridge loop

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Local Strolls

along the Rothay River to Rydal Water

round Rydal Water returning via Rydal to Ambleside

along the River Rothay to the River Brathay then along the lake front

up Stock Ghyll and across Blue Hill Woods

through the woods to Jenkins Crag view over Lake Windermere

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