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Lyndhurst Guest House
Lyndhurst Guest House
22 Southey Street

Keswick
Cumbria

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The Lyndhurst Guest House in Keswick, Cumbria, is a great choice for Lake District accommodation. The Bed and Breakfast is ideally situated for those looking to enjoy a holiday in the Lake District, visiting the major English lakes. Our holiday accommodation is clean, relaxed and well suited to anyone looking for hotel or B + B accommodation in Keswick or the wider Cumbria area. The guest house is renowned for the good value, attention to detail and relaxed atmosphere of its bed and breakfast accommodation, while the English Lakes are known throughout the world for their outstanding natural beauty, drawing many millions of visitors and holiday makers every year. The hotel has been furnished to ensure that the accommodation is of the highest standard. We have six bedrooms for our guests, tea and coffee making facilities are available in all rooms and all bedrooms are en-suite or have private facilities. Please keep visiting this site for future news and updates regarding our bed and breakfast accommodation in Keswick, Cumbria. Together, the Lake District and the Lyndhurst Guest House in Keswick provide an ideal location for a refreshing holiday.

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