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Adam Place Guest House
1 Park Avenue
Windermere
Cumbria LA23 2AR
Tel: +44 (0) 1539 444600

By Motor Vehicle from the South:

  • Exit the M6 at Jct 36, follow A591 to Windermere.
  • Turn into Windermere town centre
  • Go through village to pedestrian crossing.
  • Take the second left onto Ellerthwaite Road.
  • Adam Place is on the left at the next cross-roads.

By Motor Vehicle from the North:

  • Exit the M6 at Jct 37, follow A684 to Kendal.
  • Follow signs in Kendal for Windermere via A5284, then onto A591.
  • Turn into Windermere town centre
  • Go through village to pedestrian crossing.
  • Take the second left onto Ellerthwaite Road.
  • Adam Place is on the left at the next cross-roads.

By Train

Adam Place Guest House is about 10-15 minutes’ walk from Windermere station.
Timetable and fares information is available from National Rail Enquiries’ website and on 08457 48 49 50 .
Windermere train station is reached by changing trains at Oxenholme Lake District station, which is on the West Coast Main Line between London and Glasgow.
Out of Windermere station, where bike hire is available (see below), turn left and walk down Victoria Street into the main village centre.
Continue through the centre on Crescent Road and then Ellerthwaite Square until you reach Ellerthwaite Road on the left, opposite some shops.
Adam Place is on the left at the next cross-roads.

By Coach

National Express coaches serve Windermere. The coach stop is at Windermere Railway station, so use the directions given above from the train station.

By Bus

Details of service bus routes and timetables can be found on Cumbria County Council’s Public Transport webpages (also includes rail and ferry details and links).
The Lake District has a network of Scenic Bus Routes and local railways, details of which can be viewed at the Cumbria Tourist Board Website Transport pages.
Details of all public transport (bus, rail, coach, ferry, flight etc.) information is available through the UK Public Transport Portal: Traveline. Windermere is in the North East (NE) region.

By Ferry

There are frequent lake ferry and cruise services in summer with a reduced timetable operating in winter. You can check timetables and fares at Windermere Lake Cruises’ website.

By Bicycle

We are happy to accommodate bicycles.
Cycling through the lakes is a wonderful experience and you may wish to consider this form of transport. The roads get busy in peak summer so you may wish to choose a quieter time of year for your trip. To get to Adam Place, Use the directions given above from the train station.