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Kings Arms Hotel
Shap
Cumbria

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The Kings Arms Hotel offers high quality accommodation. Situated in the village of Shap in Cumbria, on the eastern edge of the Lake District, the hotel is the perfect location for exploring the fells of either the Lake District or the northern Pennines. It is convenient for the M6 as a stopover and very popular with coast to coast walkers and the sea to sea(C2C) cyclists. Whether on holiday, business, visiting friends or just passing through... you are assured of a warm welcome at the Kings Arms Hotel.

After a major refurbishment of the hotel in 2006, the bar and accommodation have a stylish contemporary design and offer everything needed in comfort and amenities. The Hotel has 7 bedrooms and has all the facilities needed for walkers and cyclists. There are a variety of room styles available including double, twin, single and family rooms. You will find our new rooms have comfortable beds and are well equipped with flat screen tv, tea, coffee making facilities, hairdryer, large powerful shower, complimentry toiletries and luxury towels.

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Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
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