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Ambleside is a small town cradled by high fells not far from the head of Lake Windermere. A notable feature is the 17th century stone built Bridge House, a tiny two roomed building perched on the small bridge which crosses the Stock Ghyll, a stream (or beck) which passes through the town. The A591 road connects Ambleside with other important Lake District towns, to the south with Windermere town and Kendal and to the north with Grasmere and Keswick. There is a wide choice of accommodation available including self-catering Ambleside cottages and apartments. These include town centre terraced stone built cottages, other larger houses and some divided into apartments. They sleep mostly from two to six people but there are premises that can accommodate larger numbers. Two hostels, a backpackers independent and a Youth Hostel Association, are located near the town as well as cottages in Ambleside. A National Trust campsite at Low Wray is three miles to the south.