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Old Vicarage
Witherslack
Cumbria

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The Traditional Values Of An English Vicarage Where Comfort And Refuge Were Sought And A Warm Welcome Was Always Given Are Well Preserved At The Family Run Old Vicarage - Witherslack. The Tranquil Timeless Atmosphere Reflects The Calm And Beauty Of The Surrounding Countryside In This Suprisingly Quiet And Little Known Corner Of The Lake District National Park. Yet Despite The Satisfying Feeling Of Being -Away From It All- The Old Vicarage Has Easy Access From Road And Rail Networks.the House Built In 1803 Retains Many Of The Original Features And Period Furniture. In The Old House Each Of The Comfortable Bedrooms Has Its Own Character Yet With All The Modern Facilities. Orchard House Has Particularly Well Equipped Spacious Rooms Each With Direct Access Onto Its Own Woodland Terrace.

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