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Monk Coniston
Coniston
Cumbria

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Monk Coniston is a romantic Gothic-style house - complete with minstrels' gallery - leased from the National Trust, which maintains a rare tree collection in the extensive landscaped grounds. Set just north of Coniston Water and east of Coniston, which has a range of shops and cafes, it enjoys glorious views of the lake and Coniston Old Man. Forests, valleys and unspoilt villages make this an area of beautiful and spectacular scenery.Dining rooms,lounge and licensed bar.Car parking is available within the grounds. Evening dinner and superb picnic lunch available at small charge.Arrivals please before 10.30pm and estimated arrival time helpful.Three course dinner available at approx 7.00 pm for 17 GBP pp - please arrive before 6.30pm if required.Ensuite rooms and rooms with washbasin available.The hotel is ideally suited to guests on activity holidays especially walking.Dining is communal with evening meals available at 7.00pm .

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