6 Meadowcroft House

Bowness on Windermere
Guests - FROM £555
(5 out of 5) based on 1 reviews
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A former gentleman's residence from the 1900s, now transformed into luxury apartments

Nestled within 3.5 acres of exquisitely landscaped grounds boasting an all-weather tennis court, a summer house, and ample parking for two cars plus visitors.

Step into this charming two-bedroom apartment on the first floor. Inside, find a delightful living room, a kitchen, two spacious double bedrooms, and a bathroom.

Positioned in the sought-after Storrs Park area, Meadowcroft House is merely a mile away from Bowness Village. A brief stroll takes you to the beloved Windermere Marina and Ferry Nab, which offers convenient boat launching facilities.

Upon entry, encounter a shared entrance hall equipped with a security door system and an inviting staircase leading to the first floor.

Relax in the living room adorned with ornate coving on the ceiling and a fireplace featuring a timber surround and a marble hearth housing an electric fire.

Whip up culinary delights in the kitchen boasting integrated appliances such as a fridge, freezer, double oven, gas hob, cooker hood, washing machine, and dryer.

The first double bedroom showcases elegant coving, a fitted cupboard, and a radiator. Meanwhile, the second double bedroom boasts a built-in double wardrobe.

Refresh in the shower room equipped with a spacious shower cubicle, WC, wash hand basin, and fitted cupboards with a slate top.

Outside, marvel at the meticulously maintained communal grounds spanning approximately 3.5 acres, with sprawling lawns, enchanting woodland, and a diverse array of mature shrubs and flowering plants. Enjoy the all-weather tennis court and an ornamental bandstand nestled within these grounds for residents' pleasure.

Your home-from-home comes with two private parking spaces, and there's ample visitor parking available too. With its serene setting and luxurious amenities, Meadowcroft House invites you to experience a tranquil and elegant lifestyle amidst nature's beauty.

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Property Includes


  • Laundry Facilities
  • Garden or Outside Area
  • Parking

Retreats For

  • Family
  • Adventure


  • Shower


  • Freezer
  • Fridge


  • Wi-Fi
  • Smart TV
Sorry no dogs allowed
Layout & Access

All on one floor

  • Entrance Hall - with security door system
  • Living Room
  • Kitchen - with fridge, freezer, double oven, gas hob, washing machine and dryer. 
  • Bedroom - Double with fitted cupboard.  
  • Bedroom - Twin. 
  • Shower Room - with large walk-in shower cubicle, WC, hand basin, and fitted cupboards
  • Outside - communal grounds and gardens with lawns, woodland and flowering plants, an all-weather tennis court, and an ornamental bandstand.

Property Features

  • 2 private parking spaces and visitor parking available.
  • Electric, gas, bed linen and towels included
  • No pets or smoking allowed
Location & Nearby

Meadowcroft graces a wonderfully serene location

Just a short drive away from Bowness and Lake Windermere. There's an abundance of walks to indulge in nearby - stroll along tranquil country lanes, marvel at the springtime damson blossom, or embark on challenging routes within the broader Lake District. Nestled in private grounds, wildlife enthusiasts will delight in spotting various creatures, from pheasant and grouse, to deer and rabbits. Plus, you have access to an all-weather tennis court (rackets provided), a putting green, and meticulously maintained lawns and gardens.

Bowness, nestled on the eastern shores of Lake Windermere, is a refined Lakeland village teeming with exploration opportunities. Take a leisurely walk to the lakeshore and rent a rowboat or powerboat, or opt for an elegant cruise aboard one of the Lake Windermere steamers. These cruises depart regularly to Ambleside and Lakeside, offering a splendid way to discover the area without relying on your car.

Satisfy your culinary cravings at the array of outstanding restaurants in Bowness Village, all within walking distance of Meadowcroft. From champagne bars and contemporary wine bars to traditional pubs serving delectable British and international cuisine, there's something to tantalise every palate. The Windermere Marina, less than a mile away, houses The Boathouse Bar & Restaurant, adding another gem to the culinary scene. Whether you choose to lounge on the two fantastic south-facing terraces on lazy summer days or indulge in the first-floor restaurant, the dining options are bound to delight.

For golf enthusiasts, Windermere Golf Club lies just outside Bowness village en route to the Lyth Valley. This region is also renowned for its gently scenic walking trails, complemented by a variety of acclaimed Lake District country pubs where you can unwind after a day's exploration.

Nearby, Blackwell, The Arts and Crafts House, commands a stunning position overlooking Lake Windermere, boasting captivating exhibitions. Follow the A591 to Ambleside and Grasmere to explore the former homes of the renowned Lake District poet, William Wordsworth.

Enhance your exploration by taking the car ferry crossing over Lake Windermere from Bowness. Visit the former residence of Beatrix Potter in Near Sawrey and explore the picturesque village of Hawkshead, brimming with charm and history.

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Guest feedback for 6 Meadowcroft House
(5 out of 5) based on 1 Reviews
On Sunday, 09 Jun 2024
great accommodation . very neat and clean. with all the necessary amenities . easy access to nearby places and the lakes. Staff was very helpful and sent someone to sort the washing machine and provided an iron and board when asked. Good wifi. well equipped kitchen, large fridge/freezer
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