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Blue Bell Hotel
Princes Way
Heversham

Kendal
Cumbria

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The Blue Bell at Heversham was originally a vicarage for the old village and has a history dating back to 1460. While possessing old world charm, it now caters for every modern need, providing a high standard of comfort for the tourist and business traveller alike.

Traditional standards of comfort, courtesy and service, plus the best of English cooking, a rural location, and private garden for hotel guests, combine to provide a most enjoyable venue. Period character is exemplified in the main restaurant, which is available for private or social occasions.

Meals are also served in the old beamed lounge bar, a cosy place to enjoy a drink or a dish from the bar menu. In winter, this area features a real log fire for added cheer. All 21 rooms have direct dial telephone, radio, colour television, auto-call alarm, tea and coffee facilities, trouser press, hairdryer and full central heating. They are also all en-suite. All have country views adding to the enjoyment of your stay.

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Number of Rooms: 21
Number Ensuite: 21
Tourist Board Members: Yes
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Credit Cards Accepted
Disabled Access
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Building of Historic Interest
TV in Rooms
Garden

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