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A traditional family-owned pub in Greystoke, The Boot and Shoe is only a 10-minute drive from the M6 motorway. The Lake District National Park is around 30 minutes’ drive away. Fantastic location in a beautiful very peacrful village. We were on a motorcycle holiday and the staff were very welcoming and helpful. The food was excellent, with very large portions. The rooms were very comfortable and clean.
Located in Greystoke in the Cumbria region, Beech House provides accommodations with free WiFi and free private parking. A Full English/Irish breakfast is available daily at the bed and breakfast. Lovely country setting. Jill was friendly, helpful and welcoming. Lovely breakfast. Comfy bed. Nice shower. Very clean. Can't recommend highly enough.
A delightful village with access to everywhere in lakes and surrounding areas. Great history and even has a training stables- lovely to see the racehorses out every morning in the village. The Boot and Shoe is ran by the characterful Ben and Jan and their wonderful staff - nothing is a problem for them. Very welcoming.
Evening meal in The Boot and Shoe was very nice and service was very efficient and friendly. Breakfast in the pub was absolutely superb, as good as any I have experienced. Room was a bit tired but clean and comfortable. Bathroom needs better ventilation.
This is a great place to stay a stones throw away from the lake district national park. In fact its even better than staying in the heart of the lakes because its quieter, less hussle and bussle and the scenery is wonderful. Fabulous walks and pubs all very local and friendly.
Its a great place to stay. Dog friendly which was important for us. Lovely walks and close to the Lakes and fells. For a change of scenery and food we went into Penrith and found the back bar of the George Hotel was dog friendly and had a fab ceaser salad. Waiters were friendly to our dog too. I would NOT recommend the Dockray Hall (which says is dog friendly but we got stuck on a table in a corner and felt we were a nuisence so walked out. The Hotel called "Another Place" (previously known as The Rampsbeck) is where we had our wedding reception 29 years ago! so we visited and had tea and amazing Shortbread overlooking lake Ullswater in the sunshine. Very tranquil and exclusive. Food looked great and very close to Aira Force which is a beautiful waterfall walk well worth a visit. Also not far away is a small village called Caldbeck with a good pub called Oddfellows and pretty watermill, craft shops etc.
A really lovely village surrounded by beautiful countryside and it also has a connection to the Tarzan film which I hadn’t realised before going. Very convenient too if you are motoring onto Scotland or returning, just 5 miles from the M6.
Small hamlet 4 miles outside of Penrith. 30 mins to Keswick. Nothing to do in Greystoke itself other than country walking. Despite signs, the castle is strictly private and cannot be driven up to or visited. Nice quiet, remote get away if you're cycling or walking for your stay.
Fantastic location in a beautiful very peacrful village. We were on a motorcycle holiday and the staff were very welcoming and helpful. The food was excellent, with very large portions. The rooms were very comfortable and clean.
Lovely country setting. Jill was friendly, helpful and welcoming. Lovely breakfast. Comfy bed. Nice shower. Very clean. Can't recommend highly enough.