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Compston House American Style B&B
Compston Road
Ambleside
Cumbria

LA22 9DJ | View map

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It's all about breakfast at Compston House! New Yorkers Sue and Jerry offer you the choice of a full American breakfast (with Sue's fresh, hot, homemade pancakes), a full English breakfast (of course), a New York style omelette overstuffed with cheese, or eggy bread as you like it--sweet or savory! With sizzling home cured bacon and handmade Cumberland sausages from our local butcher, and creamy local free range eggs...just yummy. And, if you go home hungry, it's your own fault!Compston House is a refreshingly contemporary B&B with an American style. Each bedroom is uniquely inspired--choose Florida, Hawaii, Texas, Montana, Maine, Pennsylvania, Arizona, New York, or Wyoming!. Strictly non-smoking. Free parking and free Wi-fi too.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Diamonds - ETC & AA
Number of Rooms: 9
Number Ensuite: 9
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