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A beautiful period house with a large terraced garden giving fabulous views to the Lakeland fells. Stunning dining room with amazing views, and a beautiful sitting room for guests and outside bike storage and plenty of parking.
A special place to stay with a warm and friendly atmosphere and a special emphasis on local quality food with home-made bread, freshly ground coffee. On arrival there is usually home-made cake and freshly brewed coffee with tea on request. We are always happy to discuss special dietary requirements.
Storage of bicycles and tools for repair. Private dining/lounge room. Wi-fi access.
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|Room / Unit Type||Room / Unit Tariff*|
|Delux king bath||Prices from £37.00 to £51.00 per person per night for bed & breakfast|
|Double wth view||Prices from £36.00 to £46.00 per person per night for bed & breakfast|
|King room||Prices from £37.00 to £51.00 per person per night for bed & breakfast|
|Twin room||Prices from £36.00 to £46.00 per person per night for bed & breakfast|
*As a guide, prices are per room per night for hotels, guest houses, B&Bs and serviced apartments and per week for self-catering accommodation.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
|Season (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)|
From M6 jct 40 take the 1st exit for Penrith. Go straight across mini-roundabout and pass Focus DIY store on left then station on left. Bear left at next mini- roundabout up hill for 100yds to next mini-roundabout. Go straight across, look for WCF store on left and Morrisons on right. Straight on down hill into town. At bottom of hill bear left, keep in right-hand side lane double back towards town and take 1st left into Portland Place. At mini-roundabout turn left and take 2nd right into Graham Street. Bank House is three quarters of the way up on the right-hand side just before the bend.
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