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  • Knotts View Guest House Keswick Accommodation Lake District
    traditional evening supper after which you can relax beside a log fire and plan your following days excursion Attached to the house is a small tea shop where we sell home made cakes scones and Lakeland ice creams If you are merely passing through the village you can stock up on the way through then stop for a cup of tea on the way back Our comfortable and traditional rooms all have tea making facilities Tariff 1 night 35 00 B Bpppn Double 1 night 38 00 B Bpppn Single Testimonials Lovely B and B made very welcome Excellent breakfast and packed lunch And only a few steps to walk to the pub Frances and Humphrey Pilcher left on Tuesday May 29 2007 Stayed here on 19th July Anne was very welcoming and made sure our socks were dry for the next day Lovely old cottage low ceilings and sloping floors but the beds in the twin were a bit soft Excellent breakfast good bread and homemade preserves were on offer with all the usual fare Very good packed lunch One word of warning make sure you book a table at the Langstrath Inn in advance we watched dozens of

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  • Keswick Accommodation Lake District
    Derwentwater and The Theatre By The Lake The views across the serene unspoiled Hope Parkto the fells beyond are breathtaking Lakeside House has been renovated and furnished with great care the reception rooms and bedrooms blend bold modern furniture with soft tones and luxury textiles to create stylishand contemporary comfort Standard Rooms Rooms 5 10 and 11 Superior Rooms Rooms 7 9 and 15 Premier Rooms Rooms 3 4 and

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  • Langdale Cottages, Langdale Accommodation Lake District
    beds and TV Upper Floor One double bedded room with portable TV and en suite shower room additional double bedded room two twin bedded rooms and two bathrooms 4 Star ETC Rating The Garden Cottage This white washed rendered stone building within the grounds of Meadow Bank shares the parking area and is accessed by stone steps The Garden Cottage is a cosy open plan cottage for two 3 Star ETC Rating Langdale Country Club One of the most popular features of a holiday at both Meadow Bank and the Garden Cottage is complimentary Cottage Membership of the Langdale Estate s superbly equipped Country Club A short walk across the village green to the back gates of the Langdale Estate Then a short gentle climb through the landscaped grounds brings you to the central leisure complex containing a lovely heated pool with shallow paddling area for toddlers and a poolside spa Other facilities include a Terrace Bar Restaurant Please note our membership excludes entry during the peak times of 4pm to 6 30pm each day Elterwater Surely one of the most picturesque villages in the Lake District Elterwater is the gateway to the famous Langdale valley Indeed as you come

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  • Lane Head Farm Country Guest House Keswick Accommodation Lake District
    the tranquillity and peacefulness that surrounds you and with seven individually designed en suite rooms available you re sure to find one that suits you Whether you choose to relax in your room or in our comfortable guest lounge is up to you Feel free to borrow magazines books and walk guides from the lounge and take them back to your room if you prefer If you re lucky you may even glimpse our resident red squirrel on one of the feeders or playing on the lawn We have a number of different bird feeders as well which attract Greater Spotted Woodpeckers Siskins and Goldfinches to name a few Bedrooms Lane Head Farm has non smoking accommodation to sleep a maximum of 14 people with 1 twin room 4 double rooms and 2 four poster rooms All our rooms have complimentary tea and coffee making facilities fair trade coffee hot chocolate sugar and the tea is ethically sourced Lakeland Tea TVs radio alarm clocks hairdryers complimentary toiletries and complimentary mineral water on day of arrival In addition our four poster bedrooms are larger in size have 20in flat screen TV s Ipod docking radio alarm clocks and complimentary mineral water daily We guarantee your room to be available from 3pm on your day of arrival but if you would like to arrive earlier to drop cases off before you go out for the day please do feel free We do ask that if you will be arriving after 6pm to let us know and please note that the latest time for arrival is 9pm Check out is by 10am on your morning of departure Dining Breakfast is served in the dining room between 8am and 9am We offer a choice of fresh orange juice cereals homemade muesli homemade fresh fruit

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  • Ambleside accommodation Lake District
    a quite superb setting Our bar is open daily from 2pm You can find us on Lake Road conveniently opposite the Low Fold car park and just beyond Hayes Garden Centre as you approach from the south Click here to view sample menus You will find us on Lake Road conveniently opposite the Low Fold car park and just beyond Hayes Garden Centre as you approach from the south Midway between Ambleside town and the shore of Windermere and five minutes walk from each the famous Log House is ideally located Now nearly 100 years old the house was imported from Norway by the celebrated artist Alfred Heaton Cooper for use as a studio It has a fine restaurant and accommodation with southerly views to Loughrigg Fell The history of this building is every bit as interesting as its appearance for it was imported by the famous local artist Alfred Heaton Cooper at the turn of the century Ending his London student days Alfred returned briefly to the north of England retracing Turner s journey through the famous beauty spots of Yorkshire before visiting Morocco and then setting off to the Norwegian fjords to make his living selling landscape pictures to the European tourists who went there in great numbers He was fascinated by the rural peasant life of the people of the Sogne region He studied them and their language and eventually wrote and illustrated a guide book to the fjords He married a local girl and built a studio beside the fjord at Balestrand Alfred could not make an adequate living in Norway and he lived partly there and partly in England returning with his bride in 1894 He settled first back in Bolton moving to Southport and finally to the Lake District where wealthy tourists promised a

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  • Lyndhurst Country, Newby Bridge Lakeside Accommodation Lake District
    toiletries and offer a high standard of comfort We also provide cycle storage together with ample private car parking for guest use only Newby Bridge is situated conveniently for many Lakeland attractions with numerous quiet country lanes and Grizedale Forest nearby This area of the Lake District is excellent for bird watching walking and mountain biking Some of our local attractions include Windermere cruises Lakeside and Haverthwaite Steam Railway The

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  • Melbourne Cottage Accommodation Bowness-on-windermere Accommodation Lake District
    the most scenic views in england and all the sights you could wish to see There is somuch to see and do people always come back for more For a nice end to your day relax in our cosy lounge watch tv read or have a relaxing drink Trips by mini bus can be arranged from here Luxurious traditional styled rooms to complement the rich surroundings of the Lake district With a choice of rooms ranging from a standard single room shower and toilet adjacent to bedroom to doubles and family en suites Each room is equipped or available with the necessities for every traveller holiday maker such as hair dryer shaving points iron and ironing board Cots and high chairs are also available on reqest We are fully central heated for those cooler evenings mornings and have umbrellas ready for that unexpected down pour For the weather conscious we can offer an up to date weather report service also on request Our guest lounge offers peace and quiet with even greater comfort and complementary tea or coffee is served by your hosts Jeff and Howard Watch a video read the local newspaper or just read a book the choice

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  • The Old Dungeon Ghyll Hotel Langdale Accommodation Lake District
    up to 1949 when the shippon was converted into the Climber s Bar All the climbing clubs in the country at this stage came to the Old Hotel for their club dinners which meant that many of the best British climbers who had taken part in the Everest and other Himalayan expeditions stayed at the hotel including Sir John Hunt Mike Westmacott Alf Gregory Tom Bourdillon Sir Charles Evans Neil Mather and George Band The younger up and coming climbers frequented the Climber s Bar Joe Brown Don Whillans Ian MacNaught Davis and Dennis Davis In the evenings they often had talks and slide shows Chris Bonington and Ian Clough after being the first British climbers to ascend the north face of the Eiger tried out their lecture at the Old Hotel before giving the real thing in Keswick Neil and Jane Walmsley have been the proprietors since 1983 and have continued to improve and develop this popular family hotel retaining as many old features as possible Neil is a talented musician and keen fell runner Bedrooms The ODG Hotel accommodation comprises fourteen bedrooms four having en suite shower facilities while an abundance of hot water supplies our bathrooms for a well earned soak Each room has its own individual character as you can imagine for a 300 years old Hotel whilst maintaining the comforts you require to relax and unwind not forgetting the stunning Lake district panorama that you wake up to Tea and coffee making facilities are available in all guestrooms Resident s Lounge Relax your senses as you enjoy the sound and aroma of an open log fire burning in the resident s lounge The lounge is spacious and comfortable for you to enjoy morning coffee or afternoon tea with some delicious home bakes to prepare for or after a hard days walk Resident s Bar The Resident s bar is quieter than the walker s bar to allow our guests to enjoy the peaceful surroundings over a pint of finest traditional ale chosen wine from our large cellar or a dram from our wide and varied selection of Scottish malt whiskies Dining The dining room is a comfortable place to enjoy good home cooked food within a friendly atmosphere The service is friendly and attentive and staff are always happy to advise and help in any way they can A warm welcome is extended to climbing and fell walking clubs and we offer a discount for young children Wedding buffets can be catered for and we also offer meals to non residents by advance booking Breakfast is served in the dining room from 8 30 to 9 30am Fantastic packed lunches available on request Table d Hote Dinner is served at 7 30pm in the dining room by prior booking to reception no later than mid morning on the day required The Public Walkers Bar Most guests call in at our Public Walkers Bar first where a selection of real ales provides a just reward after

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