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Chestnut Villa
Keswick Road
Grasmere
Cumbria

LA22 9RE | View map

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Chestnut Villa was originally built in 1904, as a Coaching Inn and is situated on the edge of the picturesque 'honeypot' village of Grasmere. Under new management, the new owners have redecorated bringing a fresh decor and relaxed, calm atmosphere. Guests are greeted with a warm welcome and are encouraged to come and go as they please with their own key.The B&B has a large and comfortable visitors lounge and a spacious dining room. With fruit, cereal, juice and a full English', we don't want you to leave hungry and strive for all our food to be tasty and healthy. All ingredients are sourced locally wherever possible - further details on dining can be seen on the website. If you have any special requests or requirements please let us know.Chestnut Villa has a total of seven shower en-suite rooms all containing tea/coffee facilities, colour TV and hair driers. All the rooms are comfortable and cosy, and they all offer panoramic views of the surrounding fells and countryside.

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