Accommodation

redbank house

The House

Built approximately 1904 the house was originally called Glenamble and was a large semi detached house with adjoining servants quarters.





red bank entrance

The Entrance

Step into Red Bank and feel at home. With fresh flowers, quality carpets and large entrance hall to greet you. See our Virtual Tour.





red bank entrance

The Hall and Lounge:

Upon arrival after checking into your room, we will be pleased to serve you complimentary tea or coffee with biscuits or home made cake. While relaxing by our cosy wood burning stove you may wish to browse through our "Where to Eat Guide in Ambleside", which contains a collection of sample menus from the many bistros and restaurants. See our Virtual Tour.





red bank entrance

The Dining Room:

Breakfast is served from 8:30 until 9:00 in our bright and airy dining room which overlooks the garden. Start the day with a light, full or vegetarian breakfast which is freshly cooked to order. Whenever possible we use local produce. Please advise us, when you book, of any special dietary requirements.

Please see our Virtual Tour page to see the Breakfast Room in more detail.





red bank entrance

The Bedrooms

Red Bank's three bedrooms (2 double and 1 twin/super king double) have fully appointed en-suite bathrooms with LCD colour television, clock/radio, hospitality tray, hair dryer, mineral water, dressing gown and many little extras provided for your comfort. All the rooms are double glazed and bedroom temperature is controlled by your radiator thermostat. Every care has been taken in individually designing and furnishing each room in a comfortable style in keeping with our 5 STAR Visit England Award

Please see our Virtual Tour page to see the bedrooms in more detail.





Red Bank has a strict Non-Smoking policy both in the house and grounds.