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The Coach House, Keswick, Cumbria

The Coach House
Keswick
Cumbria

CA12 4PQ | View map

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Standing within the glorious three acre grounds of Ormathwaite Hall, this beautifully furnished and recently refurbished Coach House retains fine original features including fireplaces and oak beams whilst its newly laid Indian slate and oak flooring, traditional roll-top bath and superbly appointed kitchen enhance the atmosphere of absolute luxury. Its first floor sitting room boasts panoramic views of the Skiddaw mountain range to Grisedale and Causey Pikes and beyond to Derwentwater and the Borrowdale fells, and a mature beech and oak woodland – home to deer and the rare red squirrel, and bounded by a cascading open stream – provides a delightfully relaxing place for a stroll. Scenic walking to Skiddaw starts from the door and Keswick's good shopping, inns, restaurants, 18 hole golf course and other sports facilities are just 1 mile away whilst a host of attractions lie within easy reach.

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