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Ann Tysons House
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Reviewed 14 March 2014

The cottage is situated right in Hawkshead village, so if you are expecting views from your room, you will be disappointed. We stayed in Top Cottage, the room is very well appointed with an excellent bathroom. For me, the king sized bed mattress felt very uncomfortable and 'tired'. The room is on the ground floor with outlook onto a paved area. There is a parking space about 20 yards away, but getting into it could be a challenge for nervous drivers and difficult at night. The breakfast and welcome were both excellent.

  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Flower_golf
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Reviewed 23 December 2013 via mobile

If you are looking for something super modern then don't stay here!
We stayed for two nights in December. What an experience.. The house is found down a pretty cobbled lane steeped in history. A pretty Christmas tree was sat outside the door and the little cottage well dressed up for the festive season.
The rooms are old and quant .. Just what we wanted to see.
Fluffy white towels in the bathroom and clean fresh bed linen.
The breakfasts are cooked freshly whilst you eat cereal in a cute little dining room.
We will go again without a
doubt and will recommend to anyone who would respect staying in a bygone age cottage in a beautiful village.
Thank you

  • Stayed: December 2013
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2  Thank LancashireLyn
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Reviewed 15 November 2013

Staying at Ann Tyson's B & B was a definite highlight of our trip to the Lake District. Our cosy room had all the mod cons, plus old world charm. We had a king size bed, satellite radio, HD T.V. and a recently updated bathroom and, unusual for British B & B's, this room had a small fridge!. The entrance was private, opening onto a cobbled lane heading out into the countryside on one side, and around the corner from about four nice pubs just steps away to the other. A Coop grocery store was minutes away as well as a post office and pharmacy. We didn't need a car in this location as many walks for all levels of fitness can be reached on foot, or by bus. Rosemary, Alder and Johhny were all lovely people and excellent hosts. Breakfast was probably the best we had in England. I'd definitely go back again!

Room Tip: Ask for the room in the upper cottage.
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank 748Canadiense
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Reviewed 30 October 2013

My wife and i have stayed here many times over a 12 year period and can't rate them highly enough. Consistly the best breakfast for miles around and such a welcoming family feel. We have spent weeks and fortnights at a time here and can't praise the place highly enough; not only this b and b but the village of hawkshead itself. This time here we were accommodated at very short notice in a half term week. They couldn't have been more helpful. The warmest of people, the very best breakfast consistently. Applaude how well they have made the very best considering the inherant difficulties and official limitations of listed buildings such as this. Have stayed here many times and will stay many more.

Room Tip: The top cottage has all the mod cons and is in our opinion the best room but room one is an excellent alternative with its Ruskin bed.
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Horace G
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Reviewed 30 September 2013

The hotel is as central as can be. The remote car parking is okay. The reception was great, only issue was the dog in the kitchen that didn't look too hygenic. The hotel is as you would expect for a house so old. Our room stunk of mustiness so our first job was a visit to the local Co-Op and a bottle of Febreeze. We removed the musty bed covers and febreezed the room. It was okay after this. Maybe it's time to move onto hyper-allergenic quilts, it is the 21st Centrury. I'm asthmatic and allergic to dogs/cats etc so I was dreading any animals having stayed in the room. I woke up on the Saturday morning and my breathing was okay so the room must just have been musty. We didn't eat our breakfast in the hotel due to the previous day's sighting of the dog. The cooked breakfast looked good and other people seemed to be enjoying it.

Room Tip: Don't stay in the Annexe if it's going to be dark when you return to the hotel !
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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