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Denehurst Guest House
40, Queens Drive
Windermere
Cumbria

LA23 2EL | View map
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Denehurst Guest House in Windermere is a typical Victorian Lakeland property offering all the home comforts in bed & breakfast accommodation, situated in a quiet residential area well within walking distance of Lake Windermere and local shops as well as several excellent restaurants. We are pleased to offer excellent hospitality and hope our guests will enjoy the comfort and the attention we have given to detail.
Priding ourselves on our hospitality as well as an excellent breakfast menu, we have created the perfect atmosphere in which to relax and unwind. We would like to welcome you to Denehurst Guest House and we will help in any way we can to ensure that you enjoy your holiday or short break whether its your first time staying in the Lake District or you are a regular visitor to the area.
With 7 en-suite double bedrooms, individual in style and character offering a refreshment tray which includes tea ,coffee, hot chocolate, fruit teas and biscuits, colour TV with either video or DVD players, clock radio, hairdryer, Our superior rooms also include towelling bathrobes, complementary toiletries and mineral water.

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