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Cote How Organic Guest House
Cote How Rydal
Ambleside
Cumbria

LA22 9LW | View map

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Centrally located in the Lake District National Park, Cote How is a splendid 16th Country Guest House and Tearoom set in 4 acres of grounds close to the River Rothay and only 300m form Rydal Water. One of only 3 Soil Association licensed 100% ORGANIC guesthouses in the UK, we offer luxury accommodation and wholesome organic food which is locally sourced and Fairtrade with vegetarian options. Cote How Guest House is an ideal retreat but still within easy reach of restaurants and pubs in nearby Ambleside & Grasmere. There are numerous walks and bridle ways directly accessible from the house including Loughrigg, Nab Scar, Fairfield Horseshoe and Rydal Water. We have three large and newly refurbished bedrooms which each sleep upto four people comfortably. We have a large comfortable guest Lounge with log fire, honesty bar and free WI-FI. The ORGANIC tearoom is open at weekends from 11.00am with parking in Pelter Bridge Car Park only. No on site parking for tearoom visitors!

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