Bessiestown Farm Country Guesthouse

Guest House in Longtown, Cumbria

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Penton Longtown

Bessiestown Farm Country Guesthouse, Longtown

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Accommodation Description:

This multi award winning, 5 Star Gold, Country Guest House is situated in a magnificent rural setting in the heart of the Debatable Lands, just north of Carlisle, midway between Gretna Green and Hadrians Wall Country. Within driving distance to the Lake District or an ideal stop off point for those traveling to or from Scotland. Here a warm, light hearted welcome awaits its guests to peace and quiet, beautiful public rooms, pretty ensuite bedrooms and delicious home cooking, using local ingredients and traditional recipes.

We also have an indoor heated swimming pool which is open mid May - September. Relax and Enjoy!

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From: £80.00

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