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Maple Bank is a magnificent Edwardian residence set in an acre of beautiful gardens near Keswick and commands uninterrupted views across the Derwent valley towards Skiddaw and Latrigg. It is ideally placed for walking, climbing, water sports, and other less strenuous activities like...
All reviewsrhona and tommylake districtgreat hostsfront of the houseno hesitation in recommendingfull englishself cateringlong weekendrooms are cleandouble roomlovely placegood sizebreakfast was excellentnothing is too much troublelast minute bookingset us up for the daystunning views
We were blessed by staying at Maple bank Country Guest House as we travelled to celebrate our anniversary. Our hosts were gracious and helpful; the location is perfect (and features parking); the room was clean and well appointed; the breakfasts were grand! In short, it...More
I lost my passport 12h before flying! so had to find somewhere in the UK at a moment's notice.
We had a great week (helped by perfect weather) and an excellent B&B.
Tommy and Rhona are welcoming, attentive hosts, the clean and nicely decorated en-suite...More
Perfect location with beautiful views and private off street parking was a bonus. Hosts were friendly and even gave me the choice of two rooms as we were first to arrive. Our room was clean, warm and extremely comfortable. Breakfast was outstanding and really set...More
Booked this last minute and arrived quite late, the owners were so very welcoming, very helpful with providing us all the information we needed. I thought it was really nice they asked us what we planned on doing and even asked us the next morning...More
We hired there whole Guest House for our family of Six grown ups and two dogs for the christmas period.
The house is well kept and very well decorated and tastefully furnished throughout. We had a lovely christmas including walks up Skiddaw and Cat Bells....More