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The Old Vicarage
Church Lane
Lorton
Cumbria

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Set in the beautiful Lorton Vale, The Old Vicarage enjoys sensational views of the surrounding fells such as Grasmoor, Grisedale Pike, Whinlatter and close to Buttermere, Crummock Water and Loweswater. This is the unspoilt Lake District so loved by William Wordsworth, where you can enjoy a short break all year round. This elegant country guest house is surrounded by fields and set in over an acre of lovely wooded gardens. It lies in the charming village of Lorton, a hidden gem with historic connections. A wonderful Victorian property with antiques, log fires and quaint charm, The Old Vicarage at Lorton is an ideal place to unwind. Imagine breakfast in the dining room looking out onto the garden where red squirrels scamper on the lawn, or perhaps a malt whisky in front of a glowing fire on a cold winterís evening. All of our rooms are have been tastefully refurbished, and include a four-poster and a ground floor room We offer B&B accommodation, with optional evening meals, and have a residential licence. We aim to make your visit as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. The Old Vicarage has a reputation for providing a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. We are sure that you will enjoy your stay with us.

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