We (family of 3) arrived late in the evening following a 5 hour journey. The staff were ready and waiting for us and quickly showed us to our room. 1 double and 2 singles in our room along with a big bathroom. Decoration is a little chinsey but this fits perfectly in the hotel and it's surroundings. Beds were comfy. Great selection the following morning with hot and child options for breakfast.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel is surrounded by a wealth of history, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, such as Leighton Moss, and a wide range of visitor attractions Milnthorpe has a long history - its busy Friday street market in the Square dates from 1334. The village's heyday was from the middle of the eighteenth to the middle of the nineteenth centuries when many of the buildings in the centre of the village (now a conservation area) were completed including the present Cross Keys Hotel. When the turnpike road between Kendal and Lancaster was constructed through the village nearly two hundred years ago Milnthorpe became an important staging post and the Cross Keys gained a fine reputation as a coaching inn with stabling for 36 horses ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cross Keys Hotel
- The Cross Keys Hotel Milnthorpe, Cumbria