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We stayed here at laurel cottage monday to friday and had a lovely time, the cottage is immaculate and the room is lovely, the bed was so comfy we didnt want to get up and when we did it was struggle we slept extremely well....More
Me and my partner stayed for a short weekend break and was not disappointed, well run b&b with spotless and good sized rooms that are cleaned daily. A short walk to bowness lake area and surroundings and the b&b is surrounded by great pubs and...More
Lovely Room very clean and comfortable the owners Wayne & Alison have thought of everything. Breakfast selection is very good and includes a daily special, all food and drink is local produce and very well prepared/cooked. Wayne is very knowledgeable about local walks best places...More
Fantastic break away for the weekend. Great host's Wayne and Alison. Food exceptional. Clean and tidy and tranquil. Great b&b we will be returning in the near future. We would recommend anyone to stay at this accommodation.
Me and my partner stayed here for a long weekend at the start of Feb. Arrived and greeted by Wayne who showed us to our room (number4) great size and amazing views. Great location (2minute walk into town) a handful of places to eat on...More
Response from AlisonWayne | Property representative |
sorry for the very late reply, we never saw the question from trip advisor, we are not suitable for a wheelchair. we have steps to access the building and there are no ground floor rooms.
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"We stayed in room 1 overlooking the garden never heard the other quests although all rooms were being used"