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Kirkwood Guest House
Princess Road

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Kirkwood Guesthouse is a Traditional charming and cozy 4 star guesthouse in the heart of the central Lake District, in a quiet Windermere location with easy access to Bowness. Kirkwood Guesthouse has been recommended for the inclusion in the 'Which Best Bed and Breakfast'. Guests will love our hearty breakfasts, with our special cooked English breakfasts or a light diet breakfast or vegetarian alternative if you prefer. Kirkwood Guest House is open all year and as well as our normal tariff we offer off-season and 3-4 night special breaks.Guests are offered a choice of seven attractive, spacious Four-poster and standard bedrooms each with individual character and charm, all rooms have en-suite. A ground floor room is available for the not so mobile. Our comfortable guest lounge is open for your use at any time. Central heating, colour TV (some with DVDs), hairdryer, radio and complimentary tea/coffee trays are provided for your comfort. There are also many little luxuries to make your stay more memorable. Wifi internet access is enabled throughout for those wishing to keep in touch via their laptop or PDA.

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