Number 43

Guest Accommodation in Arnside, Cumbria

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43 Promenade
Arnside
Cumbria
England
LA5 0AA

Number 43, Arnside

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Introducing contemporary concept, select location, boutique style and sublime comfort. Number 43 Arnside is set in a sympathetically renovated Victorian townhouse with expansive views across the Kent Estuary towards the Lakeland Fells, Number 43 represents a unique destination for those looking for a blend of coastal cool and a country retreat. Discerning guests are afforded an intimate home-from-home atmosphere; the ideal place to relax and unwind in an environment of high style and design classics.Tradition still has its place and a warm welcome is guaranteed to our guests, who will be greeted with beverages and homemade cakes! Service is of an unusually high level and with a personal approach to ensure guests are well catered for yet allowed to feel at ease from the moment they arrive.

Any time spent at Number 43 will be remembered for time spent somewhere very special indeed.The contemporary en-suites have under floor heating, Christy towels and big fluffy bath robes, with exquisite toiletries from our friends at The Bath House of Sedbergh. The bedrooms, all individually designed are furnished with contemporary oak, cool whites, comfortable Lloyd Loom furniture and Designer Guild curtains.The two suites, rooms two and seven have unsurpassed views across the Kent Estuary to the Lakeland Fells. In addition to the king sized bed, they also accommodate a comfortable handmade sofa bed, and Lloyd Loom bistro table and chairs - the perfect place to relax, unwind and drink in the views.

Suite Seven has been fitted with a contemporary living flame fire and the en suite in SuiteTwo has been designed to accommodate a separate bath underneath the feature window. Room 5 enjoys morning sunshine and the six foot bed can be altered into twin beds. Whichever room you choose they are all fitted with, flat screen televisions, Bose music systems, internet connection and a selection of current monthly lifestyle magazines.

All rooms are also equipped with an iron and ironing board, mini-bar, tea and coffee making facilities, homemade biscuits and the famous Kendal Mint Cake. A respectful restoration, a commitment to quality and a personal touch...

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