Popular tourist attractions near Windemere bus station include the World of Beatrix Potter and Orrest Head viewpoint.

Travelling by Bus in Windermere

Staying at accommodation near Windermere bus station couldn’t be more convenient. With our guest house and hostel within a couple of minutes walking distance. As such, whether you’re arriving by coach or via the train station, you are already in a good position for many bus routes within the Lake District.

The main bus lines from Windermere bus station are that of the #599, #555 and #556. Catch the number 599 and you travel from Windermere to nearby Bowness. Especially convenient for those looking to travel around locally without a car.

Alternatively, if you’re wishing to venture further afield, then route #555 and #556 connect Windermere with Kendal, Ambleside Grasmere and Keswick. Giving you the chance to have a day out elsewhere in the Lake District, without having to worry about getting back to your accommodation.

Attractions near Windermere Bus Station

Some of the wide range of attractions near Windermere Bus Station include:

  • Orrest Head Viewpoint
  • The World of Beatrix Potter
  • Brockhole Adventure Park
  • The Baddeley Clock Tower
  • Windermere Golf Club
  • Mountain Goat Tours

Orrest Head Viewpoint

First of all, just a short walk from our guesthouse and hostel near Windermere bus station is one of the regions most scenic viewpoints. It’s also part of many popular hiking routes within the Lake District and one that comes with beautiful rewards.

The World of Beatrix Potter

This is a must for anyone visiting Windermere, especially if you’re staying with any youngsters or looking to relive childhood memories. Beatrix Potter has a strong connection to the area and has a local museum dedicated to her work.

Brockhole Adventure Park

For the more adventurous of our guests, Brockhole organises everything from laser pigeon shooting and archery to treetop climbs and caving experiences. As well as outdoor adventures, Brockhole has plenty for those rainy day activities too.

The Baddeley Clock Tower

Built in memory to local writer Mountford John Byrde Baddeley, the monument also divides Windermere from Bowness-on-Windermere. Although, it’s more of a local landmark and a focal point to admire in passing. In particular, en route to other attractions in the area or the nearby pubs and restaurants.

Windermere Golf Club

Any keen golfers will be pleased to hear that our guesthouse and hotel near Windermere bus station isn’t too far from the local course. As such making it easy enough to get a round in before discovering what else the Lake District has to offer.

Mountain Goat Tours

While the tour company isn’t in itself an attraction, Mountain Goat Tours do however provide an alternative way to travel. Ideal if you fancy venturing outside of Windermere, but without using public transport or hiring a car.

Although these are, of course, only a handful of suggestions for attractions near Windermere Bus Station. So why not book a room in Windermere and discover the Lake District for yourself.

Accommodation near Windermere Bus Station

The Windermere Guesthouse and Hostel provides accommodation near Windermere bus station. With 6 rooms to choose from, guests can enjoy a relaxed and comfortable stay. Ideal for those looking for a hotel or hostel near Windermere bus station at an affordable rate.