Hawkshead is one of the most picturesque spots in Cumbria, quite a claim, with courtyards, whitewashed cottages, and little squares dotting the small town. And it has a wonderful brewery, which for many is recommendation enough...
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Hotels in Hawkshead - 11 places to stay
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An open fire and open-arms welcome greet you as you enter the flag-floored, oak-beamed Queens' Head Hotel, in the English Lake District. New face or old flame, we offer you ... More
Located in the charming unspoilt village of Hawkshead, this delightful 17th Century Inn has everything to offer those looking for an ideal break or holiday away from the hustle and ... More
| Double Room: £68 (midweek); £75 (weekends)
Buckle Yeat Guest House
Buckle Yeat is in the centre of the Miss Potter village. Visit our daily blog page www.buckleyeat.blogspot.com.
A traditional 17th Century Lakeland cottage with six en-suite bedrooms,and one single room with private bathroom which are tastefully ... More
| Double Room: From £85
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Ann Tysons Guest House
Ann Tysons House, in the centre of the English Lake District village of Hawkshead, is nestled in the idyllic vale of Esthwaite. We offer quality bed and breakfast/self catering accommodation all year round.
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