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“A chic converted 17th-century coaching inn set in a mountain forest with magnificent views. Despite the cosy sounding name, rooms are in fact swish and modern. Owner-managed, the real draw (besides the setting) is the Michelin star dining — making this a great choice for a spoiling rural escape.”

“A chic converted 17th-century coaching inn set in a mountain forest with magnificent views. Despite the cosy sounding name, rooms are in fact swish and modern. Owner-managed, the real draw (besides the setting) is the Michelin star dining — making this a great choice for a spoiling rural escape.”

Recommended For

  • Foodies
  • Chef Ben Wilkinson has raised the bar on Cumbrian fine dining whipping up creative dishes which have earned him a Michelin star
  • Active Holiday
  • Surrounded by rolling hills and woodlands, this property is primed for days outdoors
  • Sailing
  • Head to nearby Keswick or Derwentwater for gentle lake cruises
  • Mountain biking
  • This is ideal terrain for mountain bike enthusiasts
  • Great walks
  • Ideally suited for overnighting and fell walking
  • Birdwatching
  • Views
  • Overlooking the Skiddaw range
  • Restrictions on children
  • No children under 10
  • Country House
  • Quiet
  • Owner managed
  • Gourmet
  • Remote
  • Contemporary
  • Restaurant with rooms
  • Boutique
  • Restaurant
  • Hills & mountains

Facilities

  • Views
  • Overlooking the Skiddaw range
  • Restrictions on children
  • No children under 10
  • Bar
  • Parking
  • Wifi
  • Garden
  • Restaurant

Activities

  • Sailing
  • Head to nearby Keswick or Derwentwater for gentle lake cruises
  • Mountain biking
  • This is ideal terrain for mountain bike enthusiasts
  • Great walks
  • Ideally suited for overnighting and fell walking
  • Birdwatching

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The Cottage in the Wood

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