Brandraw House is a late Victorian sandstone building, built in 1879. It has a large garden at the back of the house, many original features and spacious rooms.
All guest rooms on the first floor, coffee and tea making facilities, a welcome tray and toiletries. Brandraw House now offers en-suite or full en-suite facilities to all bedrooms and a high level of decor throughout. A full cooked English or a lighter Continental breakfast is served between 7 and 9 am. Fireside in Breakfast/ Dining room and Guest Lounge.
Brandrawhouse situated in the north-west of Cumbria is an ideal operating base for your day trips to the beautiful west lakes, Hadrians wall and of course the centre of the Beatrix Potter county and many more museums.…
The Old School offers bed and breakfast accommodation located in the village of Tebay near the town of Penrith in Cumbria. The B&B has a lovely tea room and is set in the beautiful Eden Valley.
The B&B provides home from home accommodation with single rooms, double room and family rooms available. All of the guest rooms offer the following:
Tea & coffee making facilities.
En suite shower rooms.
Laundry and ironing facilities are also available to guests.
Breakfast is served at a time that suites you where there is a range of food available. Guests can enjoy cereal, fruit, porridge, toast, croissants, a traditional full English, vegetarian breakfast and a range of drinks.
As well as a scrumptious breakfast guests can enjoy an evening meal at the B&B between 5.00pm and 9.00pm. Some of the evening meals available include lasagne, steak pie, chicken curry and chilli con carn…
Cranford House is a Victorian town house which still retains many of its original features. The house provides comfortable bed and breakfast accommodation just 5 minutes’ walk from Keswick town centre in Cumbria. The B&B is a great location for walkers, climbers and cyclists and those wanting to explore the Lake District.
There are 6 B&B rooms which all have tea/coffee making facilities and central heating. 4 of the bedrooms are en suite whilst the other two have shared bathroom facilities. In the morning breakfast is served on the light and airy breakfast room that also has a fire. All the rooms include a range of superb facilities: flat screen TV and tea and coffee making facilities.
There are a number of different breakfasts to choose from such as a full English or continental option.
The bed and breakfast is in one of the main centres for outdoor activities in the UK, there…
Birch How, a Victorian House built of local slate with a small garden at the front and car parking at the rear, is situated on Station Road just a stones throw from the shops, pubs, restaurants and swimming pool.
Fitz Park only 100 yards away with its many attractions that include tennis, children's play area, bowls, miniature golf, cricket or just sit by the river with a picnic.
Located only 2 minutes walk from the town centre yet in a quite area, we are ideally placed for
Swimming Pool 2 Min.
Fitz Park cricket, tennis, miniature golf, bowls and children's play area.
Stars Cars motor museum.
Short walk to Theatre by the Lake
Pets allowed by arrangement.…
Denton House is a wonderful family run guest house in the picturesque village of Hesket Newmarket, close to Caldbeck, in the Northern Fells of the Lake District National Park in Cumbria. The guest house has been managed by Susan and Alan Armstrong for over 10 years and has a reputation for spacious comfortable guest rooms and superb breakfasts, using only the finest local produce.
We're located just a couple of doors down from the famous Old Crown pub, the first cooperatively owned pub in the UK. After a hard days walking on the Caldbeck Fells, what better way to finish the day than with a swift pint or three of well kept real ale, produced by the Hesket Newmarket Brewery followed by a tasty home cooked bar meal, knowing that you've got a good night's sleep in store at Denton House!
The views from the back of the house are across open fields and rolling countryside with views up t…
Yana and Ian welcome you to Holly-Wood Guest House, a beautiful Victorian built family home just a few minutes walk from Windermere Village Centre in the heart of the Lake District.
Holly-Wood is a family owned Guest House in Windermere run by Yana and Ian Miall who offer a warm welcome to all their guests.
We are situated in a quiet position just 3 minutes walk from Windermere’s village amenities and Bowness-on-Windermere, with its boat rides, is a short stroll down the hill.
The house is strictly non-smoking through-out and we are sorry that we are unable to accommodate pets. Well behaved children are welcome from 10 years old. We have a small car park at the rear of the property that can accommodate up to 3 vehicles.
Rooms are available from 2pm, if you will be arriving after 6pm please telephone to arrange. We ask you to vacate your room by 10.30am on day of departure. He…
Apple Tree House B&B is situated on the A595 between Cockermouth and Wigton and is surrounded by farmland. There is easy access to the Lake District, The Solway Coast and the border country.
Originally a 19th century police house, the bed and breakfast accommodation has been tastefully renovated to offer guests 1 double room and 1 twin room.
The B&B offers the following facilities:
Tea/coffee making facilities.
Full central heating.
Views to both front and back are of open countryside and farmland.
We use locally sourced food from the butcher and farm for our guests breakfasts. If you are en route to Scotland or back from Scotland to the south then have a welcome rest at Apple Tree, we will be delighted to accommodate you.
This charming B&B is set in beautiful open Cumbria countryside, makes an ideal base for exploring the North Lake Dist…
Thorney How offers welcoming, clean and comfortable, easy guest accommodation. For simple holidays in Grasmere, the heart of the Lake District.
All main house rooms are en-suite. Including 2x double, 1 x twin, 2 x family room – with up to 4 beds. 2x larger 6 person dorms. Bed linen is provided unless otherwise stated.
The main gentleman’s style residence and 350 year old farmhouse is charming and has well proportioned, comfortable and warm rooms with fabulous views onto the grounds and the distant Fairfield / Helvellyn mountain range. The main house has 7 rooms and up to 26 bed spaces.
Just behind Thorney How sits Helm Crag, with stunning views across the Grasmere valley and surrounding fells this is one of Grasmere’s most popular walks.
Private parking, electric car charging points, mountain bike hire, cycle store, drying room, licensed bar, cinema film screenings and spacio…