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Newstead Guest House
Newstead New Road

LA23 2EE | View map

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Located only 10 mins walk from Windermere and 15 mins from Bowness and Lake Windermere, Newstead is one of the few remaining grand Victorian Villas to be found in the area. Bland, soulless, contemporary design has been avoided in the decoration of the house in favour of the uniquely, elegant, rich and interesting styles of the Arts and Crafts, Art Deco and Art Noveau movements creating true harmony between the house and the tradition of the area. Each of the 9 guest rooms is individually decorated to a high standard.There are 4 Superior Doubles, 2 King 4 Posters and 2 Super King Sized 4 Poster beds. Rooms are all ensuite showers while room 7 has a shower/bath combination. TV and tea and coffee making facilities are provided. Newstead is set in its own grounds with gardens to the front and generous off-street parking to the rear. The Brookside a friendly and cosy pub is located some 3 mins walk away behind woods and a stream to the rear of the property. Shops, pubs, restaurants and other tourist amenities are within a short walking distance. Breakfast is between 8.30 - 9.15 at individual tables with a wide breakfast menu including vegetarian and special dietary options. Newstead provides a lovely lounge for the comfort of its guests where a fire is lit in a magnificent Italian fireplace.

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