Market Cross, Ambleside LA22 9BT, UK – 015394 31630
Disappointingly little to buy in this store. Lots of empty space. Aiming for the premium market.
Light, clean and airy shop, good layout and easy to look around, space for wheelchairs and dogs welcome. Staff knowledgable and helpful. Special thanks to Jackie
Rybal Road, Unit 1, Mill Yard, Elterwater, Ambleside LA22 9AN, UK – 015394 31277
Reasonable priced walking kit, fairly competitive to other stores in Ambleside, good friendly service
Always friendly and helpful staff. Good quality products at sensible prices. Shop was well laid out and had easy access. Dog friendly too.
Central Buildings, Ambleside LA22 9BS, UK – 015394 34008
Great for kiting out your children for the great outdoors.
Lake District Nurseries, Lake Rd, Ambleside LA22 0DW, UK – 01539 751244
It's got a good range of high end brands and some good offers. There's so many other places around to go to the competition is high. Although there's the rest of Hayes to visit and that is worth a day out!
Great garden centre, the cafe is lovely and the staff couldn't do enough to help
Compston Rd, Ambleside LA22 9DS, UK – 015394 30122
Fantastic customer service. Unfortunately, due to a website error I was sent the wrong rope. Brian has been amazing in resolving this issue and has arranged collection of the current rope and is posting out the correct rope at the same time. Really happy with how he's handled the situation as quickly as possible to get a really good resolution.
I ordered my new Evolv Shamans 2nd Generation on a next day delivery and hey presto! Next thing I knew they were arriving on my door step! Absolutely brilliant services in this regard! My experience was improved even further when a problem developed with the shoes, (no fault of The Climbers Shop) and they went above and beyond to sort the problem!!! Very happy customer and would highly recommend!!!
Low Wray, Ambleside LA22 0JA, UK – 015394 32733
An absolutely exquisite camping site. It's four miles from Ambleside, and the last bus back to it is at 18:00, [that was in August!] so be prepared if you go into town for a few drinks and a meal. The ferry from Low Wray Castle to Brockhole or Ambleside is a marvellous way to travel. It's better if you have a car, but I don't, and therefore only paid £11 a night for my pitch. Really friendly staff (especially lovely Lewis). A wonderful place, heartily recommended. A well-stocked little shop, sadly not licensed, but they do provide a variety of breakfast options. Best two weeks of 2017. Xx
Beautiful, natural property with lots of lovely pitches. Fairly spread out over different types of areas(lakeside, meadow and woodland) facilities were clean and maintained. The staff were lovely and reception has plenty of supplies like dairy, bacon, eggs, basic snacks and a selection of camping supplies if needed. Extra wood and coal are a bonus! The only issue I had was that pitches can have a lot of natural gravel underground making staking a challenging task. Otherwise 5 ⭐️!!
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