Little Hotels in North-West England

Brownber Hall

, Kirkby Stephen
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A boutique bed & breakfast in a mid-Victorian country house with amazing views of the Fells and Dales.

Garden
Restaurant
Car Park
Guest rating 9.8

Hazel Bank

, Keswick
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A magnificent country house hotel set amongst four acres of beautiful grounds in Borrowdale.

Garden
Restaurant
Car Park
Guest rating 9.9

Lyzzick Hall

, Keswick
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Stunning views among the fells of the Lake District, with Skiddaw just above and Bassenthwaite Lake below.

Swimming pool
Garden
Restaurant
Car Park
Guest rating 9.5

Edgar House

, Chester
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A multi-award-winning little hotel in a period Georgian house, right beside the River Dee in Chester.

Garden
Restaurant
Car Park
Guest rating 9.9

The Lonsdale

, Blackpool
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An astonishing little B&B close to the beach and Blackpool Tower. A monument to Edwardian style with hosts that are true gentlemen.

Car Park
Guest rating 10.0

Grange Boutique Hotel

, Grange Over Sands
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A boutique hotel in Grange over Sands with absolutely stunning interiors.

Car Park
Guest rating 9.4

The Lamb Inn

, Chinley
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An English country pub serving good food and good beer, with comfortable, modern accommodation.

Garden
Restaurant
Facilities for the disabled
Car Park
Guest rating 9.5

The Traddock Hotel

, Settle
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Peace and quiet surrounded by the scenery of the Yorkshire Dales. Walking routes start at the front door.

Garden
Restaurant
Car Park
Guest rating 9.5

Farlam Hall

, Brampton
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A classic English country house hotel with an acclaimed restaurant, situated in the heart of Cumbria with splendid scenery all around.

Garden
Restaurant
Facilities for the disabled
Car Park
Guest rating 9.4

Overwater Hall

, Bassenthwaite
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Unpretentious luxury and warm hospitality, in a Georgian mansion that makes a wonderful country house hotel.

Garden
Restaurant
Facilities for the disabled
Car Park
Guest rating 9.4

Cedar Manor Hotel

, Windermere
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A traditional country house hotel in quiet gardens just a short walk from Lake Windermere.

Garden
Restaurant
Car Park
Guest rating 9.3

Windermere Suites

, Windermere
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Eight fabulously individual suites in a five-star-rated Bed and Breakfast close to the lake.

Garden
Facilities for the disabled
Car Park
Guest rating 9.1

Haweswater Hotel

, Haweswater
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A small hotel and gastropub all on its own on the side of Haweswater. Spectacular views of the lake and fells.

Garden
Restaurant
Car Park
Guest rating 8.9

Great John Street Hotel

, Manchester
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A luxury townhouse hotel with eclectic style, right in the heart of the best part of Manchester.

Car Park
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Reasons to visit North-West England

When people think of the North-West, they naturally think of the Lake District. There's nothing wrong with that because the Lake District is Britain's biggest National Park and a magnet for lovers of nature in all it's forms. The scenery is ideal for walking, whether it's just a casual stroll or full-on hiking over the hills and mountains. The bigger lakes like Windermere, Coniston and Ullswater offer all sorts of on-the-water activity too. There are steamer trips, boat hire, canoeing, fishing, and more. If you fancy swimming in the lakes then the smaller lakes are recommended as there is less boat traffic.

Of course the Lake District is famous as the home of Beatrix Potter and the place where Wordsworth wrote his most famous poem. The National Trust cares for Beatrix Potter's home at Ambleside so lovers of her charming stories are well catered-for. William Wordsworth's modest home in Grasmere is open to the public too, and there are lots of other things to see and do.

The north-west coast extends from the dockland heritage of Liverpool, up past Southport Sands to genteel Lytham St Annes and brasher Blackpool, via Morecambe to Barrow-in-Furness. There are cities too: the big ones that everyone knows like Manchester and Liverpool, and others like Lancaster and Carlisle that are worthy of a visit.

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