Lakeland House

Guest Accommodation in Coniston, Cumbria (Lake District)

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Tilberthwaite Ave
LA21 8ED

Lakeland House, Coniston

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Accommodation Description:

A little bit different. Relax in comfortable and contemporary surroundings, with a mix of leather, solid oak and pine furniture. Newly refurbished (Jan09), and styled to meet today's expectations.

Lakeland House has gone that little bit further to provide a modern twist to the traditional lakeland guest house. There is a mix of double, twin, single and family rooms. All are equipped with flat screen TVs, free WiFi access and en-suite shower rooms.

Most offer superb views of Coniston fells, the village and the Old Man of Coniston. Make the perfect start to your day with a choice of hearty breakfast. Located in the heart of Coniston with all you need on the doorstep, the lake and all it has to offer is just a ten minute stroll.

Lakeland House is the perfect place to explore the lake district with Ambleside, Hawkshead and Windermere just a short drive away. Hollands internet cafe is a stylish and comfortable addition to Lakeland House. Its the perfect place to lounge after a day exploring, relax and enjoy a fresh coffee and cake, something from our exciting menu or make use of the Internet and email facilities.

For the safety and comfort of all our guests we have a strict No Smoking policy.

 3 star rating

From: £45.00

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Ruskin Museum, Coniston - 0.2 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

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