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AA_Yellow_Star_4Located in the heart of the Lake District, nestled between Ambleside, Hawkshead and Coniston and only minutes away by car from Ambleside, Windermere and Bowness.

High Grassings stands in an elevated position set in fifteen acres of wooded fell side with breath taking mountain views.  Our extensive grounds are inhabited by a variety of wild life including red deer, roe deer, red squirrel and a multitude of songbirds. We also have a  pond and streams, which makes this one of the most tranquil settings in the Lake District but also within close proximity to Ambleside, Windermere, Bowness and Kendal  for those who want to shop, take in the touristic attractions and perhaps enjoy the nightlife.

We are within walking distance to Hawkshead Village where there are plenty of shops and eateries. Also in easy walking distance of  The Drunken Duck Inn. Tarn Hows (once owned by Beatrix Potter) walk around the lake and take in the amazing views of the surrounding mountains Old Man of Coniston, Langdale Pikes and Fairfield to name a few  is also on the doorstep and within walking distance. There are plenty of other walks you can do from the house so you don’t have to use the car.

“Our aim is to provide five star quality on a small scale, for visitors who want a comfortable high standard  and quality breakfast,  Following the 2013 quality assesment inspection we were awarded the yellow 4 stars Highly Commended award from the AA“.

All our rooms are en-suites with TV, tea/coffee making facilities, offering comfort to a very high standard.

  • Private Parking
  • Broadband Access
  • Ironing Services
  • Cot
  • Safe Storage for cycles
  • Outdoor Seating On The Terrace
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Visitor Comments
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  • "Beautiful surroundings, room and great breakfast" Sheena & Peter Levitt - Ontario, Canada.
  • "Many thanks for another enjoyable week. Enjoyed every minute. Back soon" Mr & Mrs Nicholas - West Yorkshire