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1 night stop over.

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1 night stop over.

We are travelling down from Scotland to the West Mids in October and are looking for a 1 night stop over somewhere clean and comfortable.

We don't want to pay a fortune or have to travel miles for food once we get there so are feeling that a pub with rooms or an inn would be good.

Any recommendations?

Many thanks.

1. Re: 1 night stop over.

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2. Re: 1 night stop over.

you may like to view "Watermill inn & Brewing Co"


HoweKeld in Keswick.

Bed & Breakfast,located between keswick town centre and Lake Derwentwater

Glendale Guest House in Keswick. Its a good budget guest house,comfortable ,great breakfast and owners have good knowledge of area.Your only 5-10 mins walk from town which has restaurants,cafe"s and day/night entertainment,from theatre by the lake to cinema.

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