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read more › The Team: Your hosts, Adrian, Angela and Stephen met at the University of Surrey in the 1980's where they studied Hotel & Catering Administration. On graduating, Adrian worked as a General Manager for the outside catering firm, Kennedy Brookes; Angela as Front of House Manager, firstly for Crest Hotels, then at the London Tara Hotel; and Stephen as Food & Beverage Manager with Crest Hotels, before working for Rank Hovis McDougall. Adrian and Angela married in 1987 and their two children, Casey and Matthew
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read more › About Us: We are very fortunate to work at home in this magnificent location with our collection of quirky individual cottages to look after. Having fond memories of our holidays, the places visited and in many cases the years that we took them, making memorable holidays for our guests is our main goal. We spend most of our time at Woodend with our dog "Gracie" and we keep chickens, some of the year a few pigs, grow our own vegetables and enjoy cooking, home brewing and wine making. Other than that we enjoy
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read more › About the Hotel: Wake up in a stylish and comfortable guest room, to enjoy a shower (all 'double' size), or bath, before a delicious Full English Breakfast served in our delightful Restaurant, or have it served to your room. Keep in touch with wireless Internet access, (free ground floor) watch TV or work, backed up by full Secretarial services at Reception (Colour Fax & Photocopy). Inspected annually by Inspectors from Visit Britain and from Cumbria Tourism organisations, we meet all of the Inspecting Authorities
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read more › Our History: The history of Ravenstonedale itself is a long one, stretching all the way back to the Romans. You may have noticed on the way into the village that you went down a very straight road from Tebay. This is believed to be one of the original roman roads stretching from west to east across the country. This later became the blueprint for the train line which stopped at Newbiggin-on-lune. If you would like to take a stroll for a few miles you can enjoy this pretty village via the cycle route at the west
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read more › About Us: Our range of rooms provide all the modern comforts you would expect to find. We have many returning guests who praise our facilities making us their second home or preferred place to stay for a short visit. Summergrove Halls is an affordable and modern Whitehaven hotel, offering easy access to a variety of popular local attractions. From Whitehaven's beautiful natural surroundings, to its remarkable local history, there is plenty to explore while staying at Summergrove. Whitehaven is by no means
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read more › About: Welcoming warm people friendly (dog friendly) Hotel and bar, great homemade food sourced locally charming staff and great beers even Dickens said so and he was a well travelled man.- The Ship Hotel is a grade II listed building situated in the centre of the peaceful seaside village of Allonby. The hotel is surrounded by beautiful scenery and was once a 17th century coaching inn serving those travelling on the Workington to Carlisle road. Today the hotel is owned by Steve and Val Ward and offers a
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read more › About Us: John, born in Wharfedale & Jan from Heston in London, we married in 1983 and lived in Scotland. John made maps for the Ordnance survey while Jan worked in nursing. Our 2 children were born in Edinburgh. We lived for a time in Selkirk then work took us to Berkshire and the family farm. Then John started an IT company and Jan became a GP receptionist. We also developed 'Cards of Encouragement'. It has taken us some time to escape back to the hills and a sane pace of life but that is what we have found
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read more › About: The history of the building dates back as far as Tudor times as a corn mill controlled by the monks of Cartmel Priory. As time passed, the unique position of the mill on the banks of the fast flowing River Leven, running from Lake Windermere, enabled this building to be used for many purposes. During it's time so far the building has been used as a paper mill, Ainsworth's cotton mill and then the Reckitts Ultramarine pigment factory before it being turned into the hotel it is today. The last manufacturing
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read more › About Us: Long Byres Holiday Cottages are located on a working hill farm in the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Our six specially designed holiday cottages were converted by the Dean family from the traditional farm buildings in 1979 and are an early example of farm diversification. With the next generation taking over the reins, refurbishments are underway in the cottages to update them once again. We hope that all guests, both old and new will enjoy what is to come and that we continue
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read more › History: Dating back to the 18th century the buildings played an instrumental part in the valleys rich copper mining industry. Mining for copper in the valley dates back to the 16th century and the area continued to be mined until the 1950's. In 1982 the buildings in the valley were purchased by The Coppermines Lakes Cottages founder Philip Johnston who set about a comprehensive scheme of rebuilding, restoration and conservation. The buildings were sympathetically restored from the original Victorian sawmill
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read more › Team: The Trout is an independent hotel and we are a very close-knit team. Many of us have been here for a long time, some for as many as 20 years and we love to go that extra mile for our guests - it really matters to us that your stay with us is special and you feel truly taken care of. We will always aim to surpass your hopes. This is a very personal business and that's why so many of our guests are now friends and return to us year after year.
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read more › About Us: Rockside Guest House in Windermere is Owned and Managed by Martin and Caroline, It occupies an Enviable Location at the Head of Windermere Village and is well positioned for discovering the Lakes regardless of your chosen method of transport. By Rail Rockside Guest House Windermere is located less than 2 minutes walk away here you will find regular links to include Manchester and London Euston. By Bus Rockside Guest House Windermere is located less than 2 minutes walk from the Main Station where
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read more › About: If you're looking for the perfect escape, combining elegant accommodation with a touch of luxury, then Brooklands Guest House is the place for you. Due to our convenient Penrith location, our 5 star gold rated accommodation, Brooklands Guesthouse is quickly becoming one of the area's most popular places to stay, situated in a bustling market town. Penrith is ideal for a romantic weekend away, or a week-long stay surrounded by some of the world's most beautiful scenery. Our elegantly appointed bedrooms
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read more › About: He built the house which today forms the Business and Training Centre and the executive bedrooms. He left the house to his nephew, William Bindloss, who was Kendal's Mayor six times. When William died, he donated the house to the Borough of Kendal in his will in 1895. The house was sold and the proceeds were used to extend the Town Hall and to build the clock tower, which is a feature of Kendal today. Between 1949 and 1995 the house was owned the by Electricity Board as their area offices and around
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read more › History: Formerly this area was known as the Debatable Lands. An area notorious for it's inter family feuds and cross border allegiances, neither Scotland or England had any control over the Debatable Lands and as the name suggests neither country was keen to claim this lawless area. The Tower was built in 1584 by the infamous border reiver Ritchie Graham on the site of an earlier tower perhaps dating back to the 13th Century. All other tower houses of this style ended up being officially Scottish once the
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read more › About: The author, Beatrix Potter, stayed at Ees Wyke on several occasions when the family rented the house as a holiday home. The house was then known as Lakesfield. Later she purchased nearby Hill Top Farm, the setting for six of her books of which the first was "The Tales of Peter Rabbit". We know from her letters to her publisher that she stayed here while editing "The Tales of Peter Rabbit". Ees Wyke remained a private home until it was converted into a guest house. With comfort, care and good food
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read more › About: The house has many stories to tell, not to mention a never-ending list of visitors including many writers, painters and explorers, since it opened its doors back in the 1800's. We are proud to be the most recent custodians of Lancrigg and are looking forward to becoming part of its history. Lancrigg is a beautiful lake district hotel set in 30 acres of mature gardens and woodlands. Lancrigg is situated in 'Wordsworth Country' 1 mile from Grasmere village in the tiny hamlet of Easedale. The house
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read more › About: A friendly welcome awaits you at Badgers Wood, an award winning guest house providing quality bed and breakfast accommodation. Situated at the heart of Keswick in a quiet residential cul-de-sac, just a two minute stroll to the market square with its shops and restaurants, bus station and public parks, our aim is to provide you with a relaxed and informal home from which to enjoy Keswick and the picturesque lakes and fells. Badgers Wood guest house has been providing bed and breakfast accommodation
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