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Not many places will take you for one night in the lakes, but Hillcrest do. Absolutely delighted with our stay. We chose the cheapest room which was immaculate and had everything we needed. The house is beautiful and very well maintained and decorated.
Why stay anywhere else? Front facing rooms and dining room must have one of the best views in Lakeland, attention to detail is second to none from a fantastic family run B&B.
Welcome afternoon cake and coffee included in the price is an absolute treat,...More
We packed an over night case & set of for Keswick on the off chance of a B&B over the bank holiday weekend, we had tried a few places, but all of them were full. Then we came across Hillcrest 22, luckily they had a...More
I am trying to find new things to say about this property that haven’t been said before. But can’t. It is perfect. Lovely family run boutique B&B. Nothing too much bother. Beautiful rooms - lovely furnishings and a bathroom with top end fittings, underfloor heating...More
Cannot think of one negative. The owners are a lovely family who go out of there way to make you feel welcome.
The rooms are spotless with everything you need for a comfortable stay.
The homemade cakes and biscuits are delicious, and the breakfast cannot...More
Thank you for your enquiry, rooms 4 and 8 are on the rear of the building and are our smallest rooms, hence the cheaper price but they aren't cramped and would definitely be ample for a solo traveller. We have three... More
Thank you for your enquiry, rooms 4 and 8 are on the rear of the building and are our smallest rooms, hence the cheaper price but they aren't cramped and would definitely be ample for a solo traveller. We have three parking spaces but there is free on street parking at the front of the guest house, October is a quieter period so parking should be no problem.
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"Rooms 2 and 4 are the smaller rooms and views of the town/skiddaw."