Tarn Hows in the English Lake District

Hawkshead Hill, Ambleside
The English Lake District

Telephone: +44 (0)15394 36683
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Built by Anthony Sawrey in 1627, this picture-book oak-beamed farmhouse has a magical setting on the edge of the Tarn Hows Forest, situated in a quiet and peaceful location, yet in the centre of the Lake District just above Hawkshead village. Mike and Gill O'Connell offer a warm welcome to their home, with its friendly, relaxed atmosphere and popular home-made bread and cakes. They will do all they can to make your stay enjoyable and memorable.

Bed and breakfast accommodation close to Tarn Hows
17th Century Farmhouse
Guest Accommodation

Sawrey Ground, with its attractive and comfortable en-suite bedrooms, is ideally situated both for those guests who are frequent visitors to the Lake District, and for those who are exploring the area for the first time.

Many walks are possible from the front door, extending to Coniston, Windermere and Langdale, and including the beautiful lake of Tarn Hows. The area is good for bird-watching and wildlife, and also for cycling and fishing. The central location is ideal for touring the major lakes and centres of the region, and there are some excellent places to eat within easy driving distance.

Sawrey Ground is striving to achieve a sustainable environment policy.

Apple blossom at Sawrey Ground
Winter snow

Postal Address: Sawrey Ground, Hawkshead Hill, Ambleside, Cumbria, England LA22 0PP

Telephone and Fax: +44 (0)15394 36683
Email: mail@sawreyground.com

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