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Belle Green 

   Bed & Breakfast   

Situated in the picturesque village of Near Sawrey where Beatrix Potter lived

Welcome to Belle Green Bed & Breakfast a perfect place to stay in Near Sawrey, near Hawkshead, Ambleside. Belle Green B&B offers superb rooms with a view and great breakfasts, plus a warm welcome.

Belle Green has recently been re-furbished to offer three en-suite guest rooms with views overlooking  the village of Near Sawrey where Beatrix Potter wrote her famous children’s books.

Although Booking sites are quick and easy, we are currently not using them during high season  to keep the cost down for our customers,  please give us a ring or drop us an email. Booking direct is always the cheapest, and we may be running a deal which isn't available through any other site. 

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All three of our rooms overlook the garden and are




Freshly made by Ann, using locally sourced ingredients. 

Free Wifi


We do have free WiFi, however it is not the fastest due to our location.



We have a large garden, perfect for relaxing in on a summers evening. 

A Separate Guest Sitting Room


Perfect for curling up with a good book. 


Free on site parking available for residents.  

Pet Friendly

Your pet can stay free of charge, just let us know when booking. 


Beatrix Potter stayed at Belle Green in 1905, the same year this picture was taken. 


Hill Top


Beatrix Potter's house, located 150 yards. Open February - November 

Grizedale Forest


A short 2 mile drive, Grizedale is ideal for walking, cycling or Go Ape. 

Wray Castle 


A neo-Gothic castle with informal grounds, sitting on the shore of lake Windermere.



Overlooking Coniston Water, the home of John Ruskin, writer, artist, and social reformer.

Moss Eccles & Wiseen Tarns


A 20 minute walk from the B&B, will bring you to Moss Eccles tarn, a little further up you will find Wiseen tarn which over looks the Langdales. 



Just 2 miles away is Hawkshead village, where William Wordsworth attended the grammar school. 

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