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The George Hotel
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The George Hotel is a traditional Inn with a beer garden set in the picturesque village of Orton . The George has eight well appointed letting rooms with bed and breakfast available at very reasonable prices. We offer a relaxed atmosphere with a friendly personal service. Traditional real ales and home cooked fare using local produce is available lunch and evening.Orton is 3 minutes from the M6 Motorway (Junction 38), and is also on the Alfred Wainwrights “Coast to Coast” walk. Situated between The Lake District and The Yorkshire Dales it is ideally situated to explore some of the most spectacular scenery in England . Whether walking, driving between England and Scotland , or wishing to stay and explore, wet or hungry you will always find a warm welcome at the George. With kennedys fine chocolate factory www.kennedyschocolates.co.uk/ across the road, orton farmers market on the second saturday of every month and kendal not far away theres plenty to do.The Bar is walker friendly, suitable for people with muddy boots, and well behaved dogs are welcome (however we would ask you to keep clear of any patrons eating). The lounge bar with its log fire is very cosy and relaxing

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