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High Wray Farm



High Wray,
Ambleside,
Cumbria,
LA22 OJE

Tel: 015394 32280

Prop. : Sheila Briggs


For those seeking comfortable accommodation set amid beautiful Lakeland
scenery, yet close to the tourist centres of Hawkshead and Ambleside,
High Wray Farm
will provide an ideal base for you to stay.

High Wray Farm lies amid rolling hills above the quiet Western shores of Lake Windermere, from here you can stroll along the quiet lanes and explore
the beautiful lake shore path. The more energetic could ramble around the many woodland paths over Claife Hights and admire the spectacular views
from Latterbarrow. All around there are plenty of things to see and do,
also local towns and villages to visit.

In the dining room you can enjoy a full cooked farmhouse breakfast, freshly prepared using local produce, and farm fresh free range eggs, or you may have a breakfast of your choice.

"Beautiful house, wonderful breakfasts, warm hospitality, everything we would recommend to our friends..."
Mr & Mrs Senthil. High Wycombe

All areas of the house are full of Olde Worlde charm and character, yet provide homely comfort and facilities, ideal for a relaxing holiday or short break. Why not call or e-mail today for more information or to make a reservation.

"It feels just like home, such warm hospitality, an absolute delight..."
Clare & Ian Gibson. New Zealand

Our pretty colour co-ordinated bedrooms are warm comfortable and tastefully furnished, all having en-suite facilities and tea/coffee making trays.

A warm welcome awaits all who visit, where comfort cleanliness and personal attention are assured. Complimentary Tea/Coffee and homemade biscuits are awaiting your arrival.

Self Catering Holidays

This newly converted former Stable is situated within the steading at High Wray Farm. The cottage has two en-suite bedrooms a lounge dining area and kitchen, equipped and furnished to a high standard. This cottage also has the benefit of being fully accessible for disabled visitors.

With many extra features ensuring wheelchair users or anyone with limited mobility will have an enjoyable stay.

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Bed & Breakfast Accommodation

Stable Cottage, self catering accommodation

This newly converted former Stable is situated within the steading at High Wray Farm. The cottage has two en-suite bedrooms a lounge dining area and kitchen, equipped and furnished to a high standard. This cottage also has the benefit of being fully accessible for disabled visitors. With many extra features ensuring wheelchair users or anyone with limited mobility will have an enjoyable stay.

High Wray Farm lies amid rolling hills above the quiet Western Shores of Lake Windermere, from here you can stroll along the quiet lanes and explore the beautiful lake shore path. The more energetic could ramble around the many woodland paths over Claife Hights and admire the spectacular views from Latterbarrow. The Stable Cottage boasts spectacular uninterrupted views across the valley towards the Langdale Pikes and
The Fairfield Horseshoe.

Two miles along the road you can explore the beautiful village of Hawkshead with its clusters of whitewashed houses and cottages, Hawkshead has four pubs and many tea shops offering a wide selection of excellent food.

If you wish to prepare your own food in the well equipped kitchen, the village shops provide an excellent range of produce and supplies.

The milk man calls at the farm daily, our local butcher calls on Tuesdays and Thursday (orders can be left for him at the farmhouse)

Tea/Coffee and a pint of milk are awaiting your arrival, the beds are ready made and towels are provided.

Sheila & Chris are on hand in the farmhouse to help and advise you about local walks and places to visit. Bed & Breakfast accommodation is also available in the farmhouse should you have friends or family who wish to join you for part or all of your stay.

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"Your Home away from home"


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