B and Bs in Hawkshead

Buckle Yeat Guest House
Near Sawrey

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Buckle Yeat is in the centre of the Miss Potter village. Visit our daily blog page www.buckleyeat.blogspot.com.
A traditional 17th Century Lakeland cottage with six en-suite bedrooms,and one single room with private bathroom which are tastefully decorated and furnished with your comfort in mind.
All our bedrooms individually decorated . Each also have the additional comforts of tea and coffee making facilities, colour televisions and hairdryers.
The oak beamed lounge with flagged floor, warming open log fire, antique furniture and ample cosy armchairs is the perfect place to plan your day or relax after a long day's walking.
Breakfast is served in the large spacious dining room. A perfect place to start the day.
Sample our excellent selection of fresh baked bread rolls, cereals, fresh fruits, yoghurts, oatmeal porridge, followed by a full English breakfast, hot toast, tea or coffee. We cater for all diets
Our family run guest house is open throughout the year and a warm and friendly welcome awaits our guests wanting an enjoyable and relaxing short break or holiday. Whatever the time of year, relax in the large lounge by the log fire, enjoy the colour t.v. and additional full central heating on those cooler evenings. Free Wi-fi is available and a laptop is available for guests.
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Ratings/Awards: ETC/AA 4 Stars, Tourist Board silver award
Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: From 85 - first night stay as a deposit
Weekly rate: 530
Twin: From 80 - first night stay as a deposit
Single: From 45 - first night stay as a deposit
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Children Welcome
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