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Lakeside Guest House
Bassenthwaite Lake
Dubwath

Cockermouth
Cumbria

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Lakeside Country House is an elegant Edwardian property offering upmarket accommodation. It is ideally situated on the shores of Bassenthwaite Lake with superb views of the Skiddaw mountain range.
Lakeside Country House has recently won an RAC 5 Diamond Award for hospitality, location and cuisine.
Located just a five minute drive away are Keswick and Cockermouth Town - the birthplace of William Wordsworth. Dinner is available by pre-booking and is imaginatively created by Owner/Chef Arnold previously of Sharrow Bay. Dinner is complimented with carefully chosen and affordable wines served in a relaxing, non smoking environment.

You will fall in love with it here. every season has its own beauty and appeal. So whether you come for the spring daffodils, the summer sunshine, the autumn colours or the snow capped mountains of winter you are sure to receive genuine hospitality from your hosts Sharon and Arnold.

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