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High Fold Guest House
High Fold
Troutbeck
Cumbria

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PLease note High Fold Guest House is a strictly No Smoking Establishment. High Fold Guest House is a 4 star VisitBritain & AA Guest House. All our rooms are en-suite with excellent views. With its beautiful setting, magnificent views and well appointed rooms, High Fold is the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion. High Fold Guest House is set in its own grounds, with ample parking and is less than 3 miles from Windermere and the Lakeshore.

High Fold is surrounded by typical Lake District scenery of lush green valleys, becks (streams), hills and mountain peaks. The house overlooks the Troutbeck valley and Applethwaite to the East. High Fold Guest House provides a central base to explore Troutbeck, Ambleside, Windermere and the Lake District. Its rural location makes it particularly popular with walkers and cyclists - or those who simply wish to 'get away from it all' and sample peace and tranquillity in beautiful surroundings. Troutbeck provides a quiet retreat from the hustle & bustle of nearby Windermere and Ambleside. However guests not wishing to drive to enjoy evening and lunchtime meals will find good food, fine wines and ales at two excellent Inn/restaurants, both within walking distance of High Fold Guest House.

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