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Dewent Manor at the Derwentwater Hotel, Keswick, Cumbria

Dewent Manor at the Derwentwater Hotel

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Unique - award winning and an unrivalled location at the very heart of the Lake District. Set in the grounds of the highly commended Derwentwater Hotel is the former home of Alderman John Graves. His country mansion has now been tastefully converted into self-catering apartments ("The Best of Both Worlds").
Each is beautifully appointed whilst retaining the original atmosphere and equipped to an exceptionally high standard. Welcome dinner, Champagne, flowers, fruit basket, all linen, fuel and breakfast on departure are all included in the weekly tariff. "The Best of Both Worlds" offers you all the freedom and privacy of self-catering with all the service of a quality hotel.


Nearest Train Station: Penrith 17 miles
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Ratings/Awards: 4 Key - Highly Commended
Tourist Board Members: Yes
Months Open: All year
Number of Units: 21
Unit Type: 1 cottage, 20 flats
Price Guide: 185 - 655
Nearest Major Town: Keswick
Distance: 1 mile
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