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Awarded with prestigious 5 ***** “Visit Britain Award” 1 Priory Manor, is a Grade II, Victorian Gothic Manor, c1869.
is located in the heart of The Lake District a World Heritage Site. With its commanding presence and unique Tower,
Priory Manor is one of the most photographed buildings in the area.

Le logement
If you are looking for an “Adult Only” romantic getaway at a luxurious private home in the beautiful Lake District, you have found the perfect place!

Awarded the coveted 5 Star status from Visit England, 1 Priory Manor, a Grade II, Victorian Gothic Mansion, built in 1869 as a private residence for Manchester businessman William Carver. Priory Manor overlooks the beautiful grounds and rolling fields that lead down to the shores of Windermere, England's largest natural lake, the Langdale Pikes and beyond. To fully enjoy the breathtaking views, Mr. Carver added a Tower Room, giving him nearly a 360* view of this magical place.

Ideally located in the heart of The Lake District, it's the perfect base to take in the scenery, enjoy one of the many walks, from low-level
lakeside strolls to challenging felltop hikes. Priory Manor is centrally located, making it the perfect place to visit the historic villages of Windermere and Bowness-on-Windermere, where you will find an abundance of pubs, restaurants and shops.

A few miles further out and you will find the picturesque villages of Hawkshead, Ambleside, Elterwater and Grasmere.
For those of you seeking solace, tranquility, inspiration and/or escapism and adventure, The Lake District is your "go to" destination.
Over the centuries it's jaw dropping beauty has inspired the likes of William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter.

Today, The Priory has since been divided into two private, luxurious residences. The small terraced garden residences below the hedge of The Priory's private garden, were once the location of the green houses. The beautiful building to the right of The Priory, was the Coach House.

The main entrance, with its gorgeous gothic front door, is the entrance to 1 Priory Manor. The beloved tower room and grand staircase with the priceless stained glass windows, are all .are part of 1 Priory Manor.

Entering the residence through the gothic front doors, you will find yourself in the reception room. To your right, the grand staircase, home to "The Ladies of Priory Manor".

Six eloquent stain glass windows, depicting Peace, Love, Hope, Faith, Charity and Industry. These priceless masterpieces were commissioned by William Carver and must have had significant meaning to him. Look closely and you will see that his initials were part of the harlequin pattern.

The staircase will take you up to a lovely sitting area and a long hallway that leads to both the Master and Guest Bedrooms.
Follow the stairs up to the 3rd level and you will find a charming little getaway. Here you will find the final staircase that leads you up to the Tower Room, a great place to escape and have a cup a tea or a morning coffee.

Make your way back down the staircases and through the double doors, you will find the impressive drawing room with its beautiful view of the lake. Luxurious, yet cozy, this is the perfect place to unwind and relax after a day of touring.

Walk outside to the terrace, a perfect place to enjoy a bite to eat or share a bottle of wine. Follow the stone stairs down to the garden and then follow the private pathway that will take you down to the lake, a perfect place to spend a lazy afternoon.

The local grocery store, Booths, is located next to the train station, only a ½ mile away, giving you even more options to easily travel to London, Manchester and Edinburgh.

Priory Manor has a well-equipped kitchen, including the Nutribullet, Nespresso, Cappuccino Machine, Juicer etc.

Free WIFI, Flat Screen TVs, DVD Players, Wireless Speakers, iPod Docks, Hairdryers and Straighteners.

Local brochures and restaurant menus are located in the small office, right before the Drawing Room

ADULTS ONLY
NO PETS
NO SMOKING
NO ADDITIONAL GUESTS WITHOUT APPROVAL

Accès des voyageurs
From the minute you drive up to The Priory and absorb the history and beauty of the architecture, you know you have made the right decision.

Dripping in Gothic Architecture, The Priory is a sight to behold. Built as a private residence for William Carver, a local businessman, The Priory became his masterpiece.

The location he chose for his Manor, was on a hill with breathtaking views of Lake Windermere. To fully enjoy this magical location, Mr Carver added a Tower Room, giving him a 360* view of the grand peaks and valleys of the area.

The Priory has since been divided into two private luxurious residences. The small terraced garden residences below the hedge of the private garden, were where the green houses of The a Priory were located. The beautiful building to your right, before you entered into 1 Priory Manor, used to be the Coach House.

The main entrance, with its gorgeous front door, beloved tower room and grand staircase with the priceless stained glass windows, are all private and are part of 1 Priory Manor.

Entering the residence through the gothic front doors, you will find yourself in the reception room. To your right, the grand staircase, home to "The Ladies of Priory Manor".

Six eloquent stain glass windows, depicting Peace, Love, Hope, Faith, Charity and Industry. These priceless masterpieces were commissioned by William Carver and must have had significant meaning to him. ** (Look closely and you will see that his initials were part of the harlequin pattern).

**We do know that he was a very religious man. After his death in 1875, husband sons and daughter built a chapel as a memorial, Carver Memorial Church (United Reformed) on Lake

The staircase will take you up to a lovely sitting area and a long hallway to 2 of the bedrooms, to the right the Master Bedroom and to your left the Guest Bedroom. Both of these bedrooms are en-suite, have king size beds and incredible views of Lake Windermere.

Follow the stairs up to the 3rd level and you will find 2 charming, smaller bedrooms, each with a single bed. Follow the next staircase up to the tower room with it's 360* views of The Lake District, it's a great place to escape and have a cup a tea and/

Autres remarques
Our Favorite Things to do:


Lunch at Chesters By The River (Skelwith Bridge) then walk to the Britania in Elterwater (approx 1.7 miles, flat path, beautiful!). Stroll
around Elterwater and walk back, there is a great local pub The Skelwith located a couple hundred yards from Chesters).

Drive up to the Mason Arms, Strawberry Bank, an excellent pub offering lunch and dinner.

Take a walk from Ambleside to Grassmere via Rydell Water there's a beautiful cave "Rydell Cave" spectacular views lovely walk

Drive out to the Eagle and Child in Stavely have lunch/drink and a drink by the river. Stroll around the village and you will find

Have lunch in Ings at The Watermill Inn (watch your speed!)

Take the bus up to Kirkstone Pass Inn (Circa 1496) and hike down to Ambleside, downhill, beautiful walk, )the photo of my poppies was from that hike).

Stroll around the charming village of Ambleside enjoy afternoon tea or lunch at The Priest Hole, Lucy’s on a Plate and Sheila’s Cottage are a few of our favorites. The Stamp House is a great place for dinner, definitely need reservations.
Ask for directions to the High Sweden Bridge a superb walk

Drive out to Grasmere, a lovely village, home of William Wordsworth

Take the ferry over to Hawkshead and visit Beatrix Potters Home
then have a walk around Hawkshead. Stop by the local pubs, we usually visit The Queens Head and The Eagles Head.

Grant Fell - Bowness-On-Windermere (approx 3 mile circular walk, great views, center of town) easy, lovely walk.

There are so many wonderful eateries and pubs in the area, listed below are a few...

Great Restaurants, Village & Country Pubs:
Bowness-On-Windermere:
Hole In t' Wall - A Must!
Angel Inn - Excellent
Graze
The Royal Oak
The Albert
Villa Positano - Reservations a must!
Raj on Windermere - very busy, but worth it Indian.

Windermere:
Miller Howe - Excellent ( next door to Priory Manor! The Queen had a meal there last summer)
The Lamplighter Dining Rooms - Best Sunday Roast - Reservations are a good idea!
Hooked - Excellent
Cedar Manor - Excellent
Applegarth Villa Restaurant - Excellent
The Pig - if you love pork, a must!

Ambleside:
The Drunken Duck - Excellent - fine dining
Lucy's on a Plate - lovely spot for lunch
Old Stamp House - Excellent
The Samling - Excellent
Holbeck Ghyll - Excellent

A bit further out, but well worth the journey:
Kirkstone Pass Inn - A Must
Queens Head -Troutbeck - Very Good
Mason Arms - Cartmel Fell, Grange Over Sands,Strawberry Bank - A Must
The Britannia In “The Brit” - Elterwater - A Must
The Drunken Duck - “The Duck” - Reservations a Must!
The Old Dungeon Ghyll - Lovely, easy walk from “The Brit”
The Three Shires - Beautiful more challenging walk from “The Brit”





In Bowness-On-Windermere:

Rent a private electric boat for the day, it's a great way to see the lake.
Book for at least 2 hours, it goes quickly.
(We have used Bowness Bay)
Glebe Road, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)

Sail 'n' Dine - for excellent sail and homemade local food
Glebe Road, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)

Windermere Lake Cruises, (3 cruise itineraries)
Glebe Road, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)

Rent an electric mountain bike
Electric Mountain, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)

Blackwell Arts and Crafts House
Bowness-On- Windermere, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)

The World of Beatrix Potter

The Old Laundry, Bowness-On-Windermere, LA23 3BX
(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Awarded with prestigious 5 ***** “Visit Britain Award” 1 Priory Manor, is a Grade II, Victorian Gothic Manor, c1869.…
Awarded with prestigious 5 ***** “Visit Britain Award” 1 Priory Manor, is a Grade II, Victorian Gothic Manor, c1869.
is located in the heart of The Lake District a World Heritage Site. With its commanding presence and unique Tower,
Priory Manor is one of the most photographed buildings in the area.

Le logement
If you are looking for an “Adult Only” romantic getaway at a luxurious private home in the beautiful Lake District, you have found the perfect place!

Awarded the coveted 5 Star status from Visit England, 1 Priory Manor, a Grade II, Victorian Gothic Mansion, built in 1869 as a private residence for Manchester businessman William Carver. Priory Manor overlooks the beautiful grounds and rolling fields that lead down to the shores of Windermere, England's largest natural lake, the Langdale Pikes and beyond. To fully enjoy the breathtaking views, Mr. Carver added a Tower Room, giving him nearly a 360* view of this magical place.

Ideally located in the heart of The Lake District, it's the perfect base to take in the scenery, enjoy one of the many walks, from low-level
lakeside strolls to challenging felltop hikes. Priory Manor is centrally located, making it the perfect place to visit the historic villages of Windermere and Bowness-on-Windermere, where you will find an abundance of pubs, restaurants and shops.

A few miles further out and you will find the picturesque villages of Hawkshead, Ambleside, Elterwater and Grasmere.
For those of you seeking solace, tranquility, inspiration and/or escapism and adventure, The Lake District is your "go to" destination.
Over the centuries it's jaw dropping beauty has inspired the likes of William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter.

Today, The Priory has since been divided into two private, luxurious residences. The small terraced garden residences below the hedge of The Priory's private garden, were once the location of the green houses. The beautiful building to the right of The Priory, was the Coach House.

The main entrance, with its gorgeous gothic front door, is the entrance to 1 Priory Manor. The beloved tower room and grand staircase with the priceless stained glass windows, are all .are part of 1 Priory Manor.

Entering the residence through the gothic front doors, you will find yourself in the reception room. To your right, the grand staircase, home to "The Ladies of Priory Manor".

Six eloquent stain glass windows, depicting Peace, Love, Hope, Faith, Charity and Industry. These priceless masterpieces were commissioned by William Carver and must have had significant meaning to him. Look closely and you will see that his initials were part of the harlequin pattern.

The staircase will take you up to a lovely sitting area and a long hallway that leads to both the Master and Guest Bedrooms.
Follow the stairs up to the 3rd level and you will find a charming little getaway. Here you will find the final staircase that leads you up to the Tower Room, a great place to escape and have a cup a tea or a morning coffee.

Make your way back down the staircases and through the double doors, you will find the impressive drawing room with its beautiful view of the lake. Luxurious, yet cozy, this is the perfect place to unwind and relax after a day of touring.

Walk outside to the terrace, a perfect place to enjoy a bite to eat or share a bottle of wine. Follow the stone stairs down to the garden and then follow the private pathway that will take you down to the lake, a perfect place to spend a lazy afternoon.

The local grocery store, Booths, is located next to the train station, only a ½ mile away, giving you even more options to easily travel to London, Manchester and Edinburgh.

Priory Manor has a well-equipped kitchen, including the Nutribullet, Nespresso, Cappuccino Machine, Juicer etc.

Free WIFI, Flat Screen TVs, DVD Players, Wireless Speakers, iPod Docks, Hairdryers and Straighteners.

Local brochures and restaurant menus are located in the small office, right before the Drawing Room

ADULTS ONLY
NO PETS
NO SMOKING
NO ADDITIONAL GUESTS WITHOUT APPROVAL

Accès des voyageurs
From the minute you drive up to The Priory and absorb the history and beauty of the architecture, you know you have made the right decision.

Dripping in Gothic Architecture, The Priory is a sight to behold. Built as a private residence for William Carver, a local businessman, The Priory became his masterpiece.

The location he chose for his Manor, was on a hill with breathtaking views of Lake Windermere. To fully enjoy this magical location, Mr Carver added a Tower Room, giving him a 360* view of the grand peaks and valleys of the area.

The Priory has since been divided into two private luxurious residences. The small terraced garden residences below the hedge of the private garden, were where the green houses of The a Priory were located. The beautiful building to your right, before you entered into 1 Priory Manor, used to be the Coach House.

The main entrance, with its gorgeous front door, beloved tower room and grand staircase with the priceless stained glass windows, are all private and are part of 1 Priory Manor.

Entering the residence through the gothic front doors, you will find yourself in the reception room. To your right, the grand staircase, home to "The Ladies of Priory Manor".

Six eloquent stain glass windows, depicting Peace, Love, Hope, Faith, Charity and Industry. These priceless masterpieces were commissioned by William Carver and must have had significant meaning to him. ** (Look closely and you will see that his initials were part of the harlequin pattern).

**We do know that he was a very religious man. After his death in 1875, husband sons and daughter built a chapel as a memorial, Carver Memorial Church (United Reformed) on Lake

The staircase will take you up to a lovely sitting area and a long hallway to 2 of the bedrooms, to the right the Master Bedroom and to your left the Guest Bedroom. Both of these bedrooms are en-suite, have king size beds and incredible views of Lake Windermere.

Follow the stairs up to the 3rd level and you will find 2 charming, smaller bedrooms, each with a single bed. Follow the next staircase up to the tower room with it's 360* views of The Lake District, it's a great place to escape and have a cup a tea and/

Autres remarques
Our Favorite Things to do:


Lunch at Chesters By The River (Skelwith Bridge) then walk to the Britania in Elterwater (approx 1.7 miles, flat path, beautiful!). Stroll
around Elterwater and walk back, there is a great local pub The Skelwith located a couple hundred yards from Chesters).

Drive up to the Mason Arms, Strawberry Bank, an excellent pub offering lunch and dinner.

Take a walk from Ambleside to Grassmere via Rydell Water there's a beautiful cave "Rydell Cave" spectacular views lovely walk

Drive out to the Eagle and Child in Stavely have lunch/drink and a drink by the river. Stroll around the village and you will find

Have lunch in Ings at The Watermill Inn (watch your speed!)

Take the bus up to Kirkstone Pass Inn (Circa 1496) and hike down to Ambleside, downhill, beautiful walk, )the photo of my poppies was from that hike).

Stroll around the charming village of Ambleside enjoy afternoon tea or lunch at The Priest Hole, Lucy’s on a Plate and Sheila’s Cottage are a few of our favorites. The Stamp House is a great place for dinner, definitely need reservations.
Ask for directions to the High Sweden Bridge a superb walk

Drive out to Grasmere, a lovely village, home of William Wordsworth

Take the ferry over to Hawkshead and visit Beatrix Potters Home
then have a walk around Hawkshead. Stop by the local pubs, we usually visit The Queens Head and The Eagles Head.

Grant Fell - Bowness-On-Windermere (approx 3 mile circular walk, great views, center of town) easy, lovely walk.

There are so many wonderful eateries and pubs in the area, listed below are a few...

Great Restaurants, Village & Country Pubs:
Bowness-On-Windermere:
Hole In t' Wall - A Must!
Angel Inn - Excellent
Graze
The Royal Oak
The Albert
Villa Positano - Reservations a must!
Raj on Windermere - very busy, but worth it Indian.

Windermere:
Miller Howe - Excellent ( next door to Priory Manor! The Queen had a meal there last summer)
The Lamplighter Dining Rooms - Best Sunday Roast - Reservations are a good idea!
Hooked - Excellent
Cedar Manor - Excellent
Applegarth Villa Restaurant - Excellent
The Pig - if you love pork, a must!

Ambleside:
The Drunken Duck - Excellent - fine dining
Lucy's on a Plate - lovely spot for lunch
Old Stamp House - Excellent
The Samling - Excellent
Holbeck Ghyll - Excellent

A bit further out, but well worth the journey:
Kirkstone Pass Inn - A Must
Queens Head -Troutbeck - Very Good
Mason Arms - Cartmel Fell, Grange Over Sands,Strawberry Bank - A Must
The Britannia In “The Brit” - Elterwater - A Must
The Drunken Duck - “The Duck” - Reservations a Must!
The Old Dungeon Ghyll - Lovely, easy walk from “The Brit”
The Three Shires - Beautiful more challenging walk from “The Brit”





In Bowness-On-Windermere:

Rent a private electric boat for the day, it's a great way to see the lake.
Book for at least 2 hours, it goes quickly.
(We have used Bowness Bay)
Glebe Road, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)

Sail 'n' Dine - for excellent sail and homemade local food
Glebe Road, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)

Windermere Lake Cruises, (3 cruise itineraries)
Glebe Road, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)

Rent an electric mountain bike
Electric Mountain, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)

Blackwell Arts and Crafts House
Bowness-On- Windermere, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)

The World of Beatrix Potter

The Old Laundry, Bowness-On-Windermere, LA23 3BX
(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)
Awarded with prestigious 5 ***** “Visit Britain Award” 1 Priory Manor, is a Grade II, Victorian Gothic Manor, c1869.
is located in the heart of The Lake District a World Heritage Site. With its comm…

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Windermere is the perfect location, centrally located, just a stones step away from the hustle and bustle tourist area of Bowness -On -Windermere, but close enough to access both villages.

1/2 mile easy walk to Windermere village center, where you can find the train station and local pubs, restaurants, shops, chemist and grocery stores. Next to the train station, you will find “Lakeland” a wonderful Kitchen and Homegoods store, (with an excellent cafe located upstairs) and Booths our favorite grocery store.

1 easy mile walk along Rayrigg Road to Bowness-On-Windermere where you can stroll along the buzzy lake front, take the ferry for trip around the lake, rent boats & bikes. in the village you will find an abundance of pubs, restaurants, shops and the local movie theater.

A few miles further out and you will find the picturesque villages of Hawkshead, Ambleside, Elterwater, Grasmere, Stavely, Ings, Rydal, Troutbeck, etc.....

All which can be reached by car, bus, taxi, bike, boat, walking and ferry.
Windermere is the perfect location, centrally located, just a stones step away from the hustle and bustle tourist area of Bowness -On -Windermere, but close enough to access both villages.

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