Buckle Yeat

Guest House in Hawkshead, Cumbria (Lake District)

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Near Sawrey
Hawkshead
Lake District
Cumbria
England
LA22 0LF

Buckle Yeat, Hawkshead

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Buckle Yeat Guest House is situated in the village of Near Sawrey which is an ideal location for touring the English Lake District and discovering the real Lakeland. Hill Top Farm former home of the writer and artist Beatrix Potter is situated almost next door to our guest house. 'Buckle Yeat' is famous for its connections with Beatrix Potter the cottage being illustrated in the 'Tale of Tom Kitten' and 'The Pie and the Patty Pan'.

A traditional 17th Century Lakeland cottage with en-suite guest rooms which are tastefully decorated and furnished with your comfort in mind each also have the additional comforts of tea and coffee making facilities televisions and we also have free Wifi access for guests with their own laptops and a laptop available for guests to check their email and access the internet.Our family run guest house is open throughout the year and a warm and friendly welcome awaits our guests wanting an enjoyable and relaxing short break or holiday. Whatever the time of year relax in the large lounge by the log fire and additional full central heating on those cooler evenings. Ample off road parking spaces are available free of charge to our guests.

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