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Nestling in a stunning rural setting in the historic Rydal Valley amidst the fells, this grand Victorian building was built as a farm house in 1848 from the stones of ancient Rydal Hall, before being converted into a country guest house in the early 1930's. Today it has been sympathetically renovated to provide you with a perfect base to explore the beautiful Lake District, providing our guests with a traditional Cumbrian Breakfast to set them up for the day.There are few better sited country houses in the area, located in 2 acres of private woodland gardens we are surrounded by the magnificent Fairfield Horseshoe and Loughrigg Fell, with splendid views out towards the fields of Rydal Valley to the front of the house. Set peacefully away from the road we are half a mile from Ambleside and ten minutes drive from Grasmere.Located in the heart of the Lake District, we are in a peaceful and secluded position, surrounded by mountains and fells but only 10 minutes walk away from Ambleside with its shops, cafes and restaurants. Grasmere is only 10 minutes drive away, with Keswick a further 10 minutes away. Windermere, Kendal , Coniston and Hawkshead are also easily accessed within half an hour. Waterhead is only 20 minutes walk away where you can catch frequent boat trips to Bowness and Lakeside, where the Aquarium is situated. We have complete timetables for both the boats and for buses.
The Grange provides fine quality bed and breakfast accommodation in the lovely market town of Keswick in the English Lake District. An area of breathtaking views, serene lakes, wonderful walks and historic towns and villages.Originally a magnificent private residence. This Victorian house, with lovely garden, was built in 1850 and provides quality accommodation, with en-suite facilities. Many original features have been retained in the rooms.All our bedrooms are en suite and most have lovely views of the surrounding fells.Keswick, with the River Greta, flowing though its centre, provides a superb range of facilities for visitors with its award winning theatre, access to walks around the lake, two lovely parks and lots of superb cafes and restaurants, providing everything from the perfect espresso to full gastronomic menus and a good range of vegetarian, wholefood and ethnic choices too. The Grange is an ideal choice for you whether you are coming for an active adventure break or a quiet, relaxing sojourn. We look forward to welcoming you.
The Royal Oak Appleby, a historic 17th Century coaching inn recently awarded a Visit Britian 4 Star inn Accolade offering excellent value food and accommodation in the heart of the Eden Valley. Ideally situated just off the A66 half way between Scotch Corner and junction 40 of the M6 enroute to or from Scotland. Whether you are looking for a one-night stopover as you enjoy the Pennine Way Settle-Carlisle railway, a base for a family holiday or an inspirational venue for that weekend break you have been promising yourself, we can help. Our recently refurbished restaurant offers a menu of regularly-changing seasonal specials, using the finest ingredients from local suppliers, and can accommodate up to 60 diners for a special occasion.The Royal Oak prides itself on its award winning Cask Conditioned Beers, the Inn is Cask Marqued (For the pubs that serve the perfect pint) and is one of the first outlets in Cumbria to achieve the Beautiful Beer Gold Award. We are Dog Frendly for your well behaved pets.
Beech House was built in the 1860s using traditional Windermere stone. We are a small family run guest house run by Lewis and Maureen. The house is situated in a quiet area in the town of Windermere. Only a few minutes walk from the town centre. Where you can find a variety of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Also ideally situated for trains and buses. Lake Windermere is about a 20 30 minute walk from Beech House. Around and about, many activities can be enjoyed. Such as visits to homes and gardens, museums, craft centres and pleasure trips on the lake steamers from Bowness to lakeside and also Ambleside. There are three 18 hole golf courses within a short drive. Also walking and sailing can be enjoyed. Beatrix Potter's house (Hilltop) is a short distance away. Plus a Beatrix Potter exhibition is in Bowness.
The Yewdale Hotel is a situated in the centre of Coniston and therefore central for the scenic delights of the Lake District. Built of local stone and slate in 1896, it was once part guest house and part bank.Eight centrally heated bedrooms with en suite, tv and tea-making facilities, provide comfortable, restful accommodation, and an excellent Cumbrian breakfast starts the day. In the bar and dining room fresh seasonal produce features on a varied menu that includes plenty of choice for vegetarians as well as children's dishes. In addition an extended bar menu is offered daily between 12 noon and 9pm. The hotel is open daily for breakfast, morning coffee, snacks, lunches, afternoon tea and evening meals. Non-residents are welcome. All interests are catered for in the area, and the owners and staff are on hand to offer advice and information on how to enjoy them to the full. Fishing, boating, canoeing, walking and pony trekking are all available on or around Coniston Water, and those with energy to spare can tackle the climb up the 2,600' Old Man of Coniston. The Ruskin Museum in the village celebrates the life and work of the Victorian artist John Ruskin, and a short ferry trip across the Lake takes visitors to Brantwood, Ruskin's home for the last 28 years of his life.