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The Harwood
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Set in the very heart of the picturesque village of Grasmere, The Harwood bed & breakfast hotel is the most perfect location to explore all that this idyllic area has to offer. The 200 year old traditional Cumbrian property has undergone extensive refurbishment and modernisation using local craftsmen and local materials and now offers some of the most luxurious accommodation for couples in Cumbria. Each of our 6 fabulous double en-suite rooms has its own uniqueness with exceptionally high quality furnishings. Flat screen TV's, internet connection, underfloor heating, duck-down duvets and pillows, egyptian cotton sheets and wool carpets. The sumptuous bathrooms are all fitted with splash TV's - watch your favourite TV programme whilst relaxing in a soothing aloe vera foam bath. Truly magical! Fantastic location, fabulous views, unrivalled luxury. The Harwood offers a most idyllic retreat for people who enjoy life's luxuries. A little piece of heaven in the beautiful English Lake District.

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