Hawkshead Holiday Accommodation

Stroll undisturbed by traffic in car free narrow streets flanked by whitewashed houses, and through archways to enter the peaceful world in the snug enclosure of one of the village squares and here, pause for a while in a cosy tea shop or traditional inn. This is Hawkshead, probably one of, if not the prettiest village in the Lake District. It's association and tokens to remind of the author Beatrix Potter whose delightful small animal stories have delighted children the world over, and, William Wordsworth, Lakelands most famous poet, have been major visitor attractions for many years. Add the opportunities of forest walks, fishing, cycling and mountain biking in the beauty spots of the surrounding countryside to Hawksheads portfolio of activities and attractions, and you have all the ingredients required to make it a Lake District stay to remember. Hawkshead and it's near neighbours are particularly popular holiday destinations and consequently the bed and breakfast, guest house, self catering holiday cottage and hotel accommodations are in great demand especially during the summer holiday periods so please book early. For more information about Hawkshead and other towns and villages in the Lake district and Cumbria and a calendar of events, a list of the regions attractions, photographs, details of the regions four major long distance walks plus much more please see our sister site www.wordsworthcountry.com

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Hawkshead Hotel Accommodation

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Hawkshead Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

Buckle Yeat Guest House
Buckle Yeat, Near Sawrey, Hawkshead. 'Buckle Yeat' is famous for its connections with Beatrix Potter, the cottage being illustrated in the 'Tale of Tom Kitten' and 'The Pie and the Patty Pan'. A traditional 17th Century Lakeland cottage with six en-suite bedrooms, which are tastefully decorated and furnished with your comfort in mind. All our bedrooms are non-smoking, individually decorated and en-suite. Each also have the additional comforts of tea and coffee making facilities, colour televisions and hairdryers.
Free Wi-Fi available and we also have a laptop provided for guests' use.
Buckle Yeat Guest House is situated in the village of Near Sawrey, which is an ideal location for touring the English Lake District and discovering the real Lakeland. Hill Top Farm, former home of the writer and artist, Beatrix Potter is situated almost next door to our guest house. Our family run guest house is open throughout the year and a warm and friendly welcome awaits our guests wanting an enjoyable and relaxing short break or holiday. Whatever the time of year, relax in the large lounge by the log fire, enjoy the colour t.v. and additional full central heating on those cooler evenings. no smoking
Address: Near Sawrey, Hawkshead, Ambleside, Cumbria LA22 0LF
Phone: +44 (0)15394 36446
Website: www.buckle-yeat.co.uk and www.buckleyeat.blogspot.com
Email: info@buckle-yeat.co.uk
Ann Tysons House (Bed and Breakfast ) no smoking
Ann Tysons House Bed and Breakfast , Hawkshead. In a quiet corner of Hawkshead, in the English Lake District, Cumbria, surrounded by majestic fells and forest, stands Ann Tysons Bed and Breakfast.
Our family run B&B business offers comfortable hotel style B&B accommodation in the centre of the historic Lakeland village of Hawkshead. We are open all year round, fully welcome children and are pet friendly.
Ann Tysons Guest House, an historic Grade 2* listed lakeland lodging cottage in Hawkshead, originally owned by 'Ann Tyson', childhood home to the poet William Wordsworth. It has been established as a bed & breakfast business in Hawkshead since 1990.
We offer a wide range of B&B accommodation, double / twin bedded rooms with en-suite facilities, family rooms, plus cosy en-suite room for the solo traveller.
Address: Ann Tysons House, Wordsworth Street, Hawkshead, Cumbria LA22 0PA
Phone: +44 (0)15394 36405
Website: www.anntysons.co.uk
Email: johnnyvwalton@gmail.com

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Hawkshead Self Catering Cottages Accommodation

Ann Tysons House (Main Cottage)
Ann Tysons House main cottage , Hawkshead. The first holiday cottage is "Ann Tyson's Main Cottage", a grade 2* listed Lake District self catering holiday cottage, early home of the poet, William Wordsworth, who lodged at the cottage between 1779 and 1787.
The accommodation in "The Main Cottage" consists of 2 double bedrooms both with hand basins and an extra single bed on a large landing. This will accommodate 4 / 5 people in all. There is a ground floor bathroom, for easy access, with bath and electric shower, toilet and hand basin.
There are Oak beams and an open brick fireplace, coal provided, and oil fired central heating. The Lounge has a colour T.V and a dining area. The kitchen is fully equipped with an electric cooker, microwave and a fridge freezer. There is parking on the front of the holiday cottage for one vehicle. no smoking
Address: Ann Tysons House, Wordsworth Street, Hawkshead, Cumbria LA22 0PA
Phone: +44 (0)15394 36405
Website: www.anntysons.co.uk
Email: stay@anntysons.co.uk

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Hawkshead Caravans and Camping Accommodation

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Hawkshead Hostel Accommodation

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