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read more › About Overwater Hall: Owners and hosts, Stephen, Angela and Adrian, have created a luxurious hotel here in the northern Lake District, and their emphasis on personal service and wonderful attention to detail makes this house a home from home that lures their guests back time after time. Set in 18 acres of gardens and nursery woodland, Overwater Hall is a fine example of an elegant and authentic Country House Hotel. One of the principal mansions in the area, and having been occupied by the Cumbrian family, the Gillbanks
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read more › About us: Jeremy & Hayley have lived in the village of Ingleton for some 20 plus years and like to think we now know a little about the area, the best places, the best walks, favourite places to eat & where the locals go. We like to think our characterful cottages are some of the best in the area and we take enormous pride in letting them out to like minded people who appreciate a good standard of accommodation in an area of outstanding beauty. We are more than happy to share this knowledge with our guests
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read more › About Us: Steeped in history, The Bold Hotel was originally constructed in 1832 by Thomas Mawdsley, built in late Georgian style. Situated amidst the Victorian grandeur of Lord Street, an elegant tree-lined Boulevard in the heart of Southport, Merseyside. Having undergone an inital 2 million refurbishment in 2015 with a further 300,000 spent on further renovations in Early 2020, our Grade II listed hotel offers luxurious accommodation and elegant, stylish surroundings in which you can dine at our carvery,
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read more › Our Story: The Trout Hotel has been at the heart of the pretty gem town of Cockermouth for several centuries. Going back to 1670, the hotel was first built as a private residence for the Egremont Estate. It was known as Sandclose and remained so until it became the Lakes Hotel in 1934. In the 1960s, as trout and salmon fishing became popular on the River Derwent and River Cocker, the hotel changed its name to the Trout Hotel and over the years, became a favourite retreat of Hollywood legend Bing Crosby, who
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read more › About Us: As one of the leading student accommodation search engines, our aim is to help students find the property most suited to their needs as easily and as quickly as possible. We understand how important it is to students that they find the right accommodation in order for them to relax and enjoy a full social and academic life. We work very closely with numerous universities and endeavour to provide a comprehensive and constantly updated database of both private and University accommodation for students
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read more › Overview: We live on the Fylde Coast, but have spent much of our spare time travelling to the Lake District to enjoy the many outdoor pursuits that this area has to offer. We eventually took the plunge and purchased No 39 Bank Terrace at the start of 2012. We bought this lovely Cottage because of its superb position and its stunning views. Coniston Village is only a few minutes walk away, yet we are in a very quiet leafy lane overlooking Coniston Water with views across the lake to Grizedale Forest. We spent
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read more › About: Guest satisfaction is our top priority and our apartments have been furnished and equipped with this in mind. We want you to enjoy your stay with us, relax and feel totally at home. Of course this means providing all the basics but it is the personal touch and attention to detail which makes the real difference: you will find our kitchens stocked with high quality crockery, glasses and cutlery; the beds made up with goose feather and down pillows and luxury cotton bedding; the living rooms tastefully
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read more › About Us: The Burn How - meaning "the house on the hill by the stream" - was originally owned by the Short family who were famous for their 1937 Sunderland flying boat. The current owner, Mr Michael Robinson, has cared for and cultivated the mature gardens for over 30 years, encouraging the local wildlife that delights our guests with their antics, and creating an oasis of peace and tranquility where you can Escape, Relax and Unwind. The gardens were originally planned by Thomas Mawson, the celebrated early
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read more › About Us: Scales Farm is a farmhouse and barn dating from 1650s. It was converted and modernised from a farm to a guest house in the early 80s with extensive but sensitive modernisation such that many original features have been retained. In 2015 further modernisation of the bathrooms, hot water and heating systems were completed with the utilisation of a renewable energy boiler. We first discovered the Lake District by chance in the 90's when, as helpers at our children's Scout Group we offered to assist
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read more › About Us: Situated near the centre of the historic City of Carlisle - The Great Border City - a bustling centre with a strong identity and an uncompromising motto within its Coat of Arms - ' Be just and Fear Not'. A Truly independently run hotel, The Cumbria Park enjoys an excellent reputation for high standards of accommodation and cuisine, combined with helpful and friendly service. We're an independent family business that has been in the industry collectively for over 20 years. Dean and Brian Barnes, a
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read more › About Us: Eagle & Child is an ideal location for exploring the rest of the Lake District. We are only a few minutes away from the beautiful Kentmere valley and the bustling towns of Windermere and Kendal. Staveley itself has much to offer - excellent walking, fishing, cycling, and a vibrant array of local businesses including Hawkshead Brewery, Wheelbase & Lucy Cooks - plenty to offer! As a Lake District inn, we offer top quality accommodation. We are particularly proud of the excellent food we serve from
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read more › About us: At Camelot Seafront Hotel we hope to create a home from home for all our visitors. We want our guests to experience a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere while staying with us at our family-friendly Bed & Breakfast hotel on Blackpool's famous seafront. After a good night's sleep in one of our newly refurbished bedrooms with new beds, duvets and fresh white linen we offer our guests a good, hearty, freshly cooked breakfast in the new and bright Dining Room. Included in the price of your stay is a full
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read more › About Us: A lovingly restored Georgian town-house hotel providing luxury accommodation and exceptional hospitality amidst the unspoilt English countryside of the Lake District, the Yorkshire Dales and the Forest of Bowland. Not only are we ideally placed for you to explore the fabulous countryside on our doorstep we are the perfect place to explore the equally fabulous food and drink that these great counties have to offer. The fields, fells and valleys are home to hundreds of specialist food producers, organic
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read more › Mission Statement: At Coniston Hall, we aim to provide first class accommodation for female students, where study is a high priority, and the educational experience of university life is complemented in a climate of friendship, solidarity and mutual respect. To provide good quality accommodation for young women at university, within a pleasant environment. To create an atmosphere of intellectual enquiry and encourage stimulating discussion by means of seminars and cultural activities aimed at broadening perspectives
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read more › Our Story: The Three Shires Inn is located in one of the most gorgeous spots in the beautiful Lake District. If that were not enough, our secluded valley of Little Langdale is the perfect jumping off spot for endless activities - many of which can be done within just a few miles. Whether you're a fellrunner, climber, hiker, biker, paddler, sailor, or just want to sit and watch the world go by, you can do it all from the door of the Three Shires Inn with a warm welcome, cold drink, tasty meal and comfy bed guaranteed
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