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I have written this review just 1 month ago and my review has been taken off the site so I will write it up again. We booked in for a 3 night stay and when we arrived just after 3 PM we were taken to...More
After staying late last year, I had an unpleasant run in with management.
I overheard the general manager insulting guests and talking harshly about other staff members, The working environment was clearly very poor and although the staff were very pleasant to all guests, It...More
The location was perfect - a short distance from Keswick but rural and off the road. Sensitively modernised but keeping the charm of an old country house. The staff were exceptional, Laura, Abbie and Ava especially.
We loved the food - well done to the...More
Tucked away in a corner of this most beautiful valley, with a fine long view, this is a warm and friendly small hotel in an imposing Edwardian house offering considerable style in a great location. The staff are terrific, and the food is well above...More
My new husband and I stayed here while we tripped over the border to Gretna Green to get married.
We chose a fabulous hotel in a perfect setting.
Our room overlooked the open views of countryside and mountains. Perfect!
The room was very comfortable with...More
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There are boating activities in the area, and many nice hikes of different difficulty levels. We did see a couple of pony trekking establishments advertised in the general vicinity If my memory serves me correctly, I do not... More
There are boating activities in the area, and many nice hikes of different difficulty levels. We did see a couple of pony trekking establishments advertised in the general vicinity If my memory serves me correctly, I do not believe the Leathes Head permits children, but please call or email them to confirm that in case I am wrong.