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B and Bs in Kendal

Beech House Hotel
40 Greenside
Kendal
Cumbria

LA9 4LD | View map
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Style and comfort come as standard when you stay at Beech House Hotel. Six individually designed double bedrooms with prices ranging from £40 to £50 per person in classic or deluxe rooms. Single occupancy available from £60 per night.

All our rooms are en suite with TV and refreshment trays. The classic en-suites have showers, the deluxe rooms offer that little bit of extra luxury with a king size bed, sofa, flat screen plasma TV, twin basins with a choice of either a slipper bath in Greenside or bath and shower in the Penthouse

Perfectly located in a peaceful conservation area. Only 5 minutes walk from the centre of Kendal. There's a great range of restaurants in the area to choose from. Kendal Golf Course and restaurant are just behind us (5 minutes walk from the door) Windermere and the southern lakes are only 7 miles away.

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Ratings/Awards: 5 Star Silver Award
Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6

Price per Person

Price Includes: Breakfast & VAT
Double: £40 - £50
Single: £60 - £75 - Single occupancy
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