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Lairbeck Hotel
Vicarage Hill
Keswick
Cumbria

CA12 5QB | View map
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Featured on the 'Wish You Were Here?' TV holiday programme, this superb example of a Country House Hotel retains much of its original Victorian elegance, such as the welcoming entrance hall and magnificent ‘barley-twist’ staircase.

All 14 en-suite bedrooms overlook the secluded garden or offer impressive views of the mountains surrounding Keswick. Here you can treat yourself to award-winning, traditional dining and hospitality in a friendly, informal atmosphere, or simply relax in the bar lounge in front of a real log fire.

Lairbeck is a totally non-smoking hotel, just ten minutes’ walk from Keswick town centre. Ground-floor and single rooms with no supplement. Spacious parking.

Four-Poster, Superior and ground-floor rooms available.
Special Breaks available throughout the season.
WiFi Broadband internet available free of charge
Rates for 2008: £44 to £70 per person per night for bed and full English breakfast. £22 per person for 4-course evening meal.

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Ratings/Awards: 2 Star Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 14
Number Ensuite: 14
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No Smoking Rooms - Totally Non-smoking Establishment
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