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B and Bs in Cockermouth

Ditton Lodge
Papcastle Road
Cockermouth
Cumbria

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Ditton Lodge offers a haven for the discerning guest in which to unwind and relax in tranquillity and comfort. Our charming and picturesque position; overlooking the historic market town of Cockermouth; provides an ideal location for discovering the stunning Lake District. Ditton Lodge offers a haven for the discerning guest in which to unwind and relax in tranquillity and comfort. Our charming and picturesque position; overlooking the historic market town of Cockermouth; provides an ideal location for discovering the stunning Lake District. Ditton Lodge has an elegant private suite with a separate entrance; super king bed; garden view and also a twin room with extra long beds; en suite bathroom; and garden view.Comfortable VI Spring & Millbrook beds; Champney’s Spa toiletries and luxurious bed linen await your arrival. A choice of traditional or contemporary breakfast is freshly prepared from locally sourced produce each morning. Please Note: Smoking in designated areas. Regrettably; we cannot accept pets. Children welcome. Check-In time: 1400 and Check-Out time: 1030.

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