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Hollies Guesthouse
Threlkeld
Keswick
Cumbria

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The Hollies B&B guesthouse is situated in the centre of Threlkeld Village, nr Keswick in the English Lake District National Park.

Built of local stone, and dating back to 1900, this imposing property enjoys an elevated position, with magnificent views of the surrounding fells.

To really get a feel for the location, why not view our unique 360 degree virtual tour, showing the panorama from our garden, with views up to Blencathra and over St John's in the Vale towards Clough Head and the Helvellyn range.

There is ample off-road parking, as well as facilities for both walkers and cyclists (including a drying room).

This splendid property has been carefully refurbished by husband and wife team, John and Margaret Fleet, who have been in the hotel and catering business for over 30 years.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 4
Number Ensuite: 4
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