Accommodation near Muncaster Country Guest House
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10 matches found:

3 AA Assessed
£110-120 per night
1.6km (1.0 miles) away
The Pennington family of Muncaster Castle have opened a new luxury hotel at Ravenglass the only place where the Lake District National Park meets the sea. The Pennington combines the charm of a 16th century coaching inn with modern interior design offering 21 high quality guest rooms each with ensuite bathroom flat-screen TV and ... more
NC Non-Classified
£80-140 per night
3.7km (2.3 miles) away
The current owners have operated the hotel as a family-run business since 2007 during which time it has benefitted from a series of tasteful improvements and refurbishments which have not lessened the historic Victorian charm of the property. It was originally built as a Coaching Inn by the Lutwidge family in the late 19th century. It is ... more
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£49-145 per night
5.1km (3.1 miles) away
We welcome you to our little piece of England which offers an experience which softer prettier places cannot pretend to match. The Western Lakes and Fells are spectacular and here in this quiet valley there is still the peace and tranquillity that should be Lakeland. There are still more sheep than people!!! Astonishing as it surely ... more
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5.4km (3.4 miles) away
Nestled in Eskdale Valley this 17th Century Inn set in the heart of the Western Fells of Lakeland Scafell Great Gable and Wastwater. Bower House Inn offers 20 en-suite bedrooms with free Wi fi free Breakfast and free Parking.
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7.2km (4.5 miles) away
The Kellbank is the new name for the The Horse and Groom Inn Gosforth Nestled in the quaint Cumbrian village of Gosforth just 10 minutes drive from Seascale and the Blue Flag Beaches of the Cumbrian Coast this family run former coaching inn offers free Wi-Fi free parking a delightful restaurant and stunning views of Wast ... more
3 AA Assessed
£100-145 per night
7.4km (4.6 miles) away
Westlakes Hotel is a late Georgian Country House which is set in 3 acres of tranquil mature gardens situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Located in the Western Lake District which is only an hours drive from the M6 the area has many local attractions as well as being a walker s paradise. To the east is the ... more
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7.4km (4.6 miles) away
p Positioned on the stunning Cumbrian Coastline in the quaint coastal town of Seascale Bailey Ground Lodge is a family-run lodge offering panoramic sea views free Wi-Fi throughout free telephone calls free parking and is just a short walk from the Seascale train station and 10 minutes drive from the local commercial hub of ... more
NC Non-Classified
£85.00-175.00 per night
7.4km (4.6 miles) away
Conveniently situated in the pretty Cumbrian village of Gosforth on the Western edge of the Lake District. The perfect base to explore the mighty western fells of Great Gable and Scafell Pike, the remote woodlands in the Wasdale Valley and England's deepest lake, Wastwater. Whether it's for somewhere special for that someone ... more
NC Non-Classified
£150-170 per night
7.5km (4.7 miles) away
1692 Wasdale is the newest place to stay in the Wasdale Valley. Set in its own grounds with an elevated position and spectacular views of the Wasdale valley along the Screes to Scafell Pike and also across the sea to the Isle of Man. The west coast of Cumbria is the quiet part of the Lake District. Within easy reach you will find ... more
2 AA Assessed
£85-130 per night
7.8km (4.8 miles) away
Low Wood Hall Hotel is a delightful getaway for couples families business travellers and adventurers alike ideally situated in the unspoilt spectacular scenery of the Wasdale Valley. All of our rooms offer en-suite facilities and for that extra touch of luxury why not try one of our superior rooms with four-poster or super king size ... more

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