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Our group of friends met again at Seatoller House for nine days in early September. We calculated that we have now been going every year for twenty five years. Nigel and Trish continue the tradition of providing a homely, comfortable and friendly atmosphere whatever the...More
We were a group of 11, 8 who where walking the Coast to Coast Footpath. The welcome was amazing nothing was too much problem. Our evening meal and morning breakfast were perfect. I could go on and on but I suggest anyone to visit Seatoller...More
Location ideal for serious fell walking. Hotel itself has lots of history, quirky layout, friendly hosts, boot room, cosy room for pre-dinner drinks and socialising, nice library for after-dinner coffee and brandy, superb cuisine, brilliant breakfast. S Frankingle night stay with my two middle-aged sons...More
We come to the lakes every June for a long weekend of hill walking and have stayed in some top notch establishments along the way. This one is right up there with the best but it IS a little bit different. For a start there...More
If you choose to stay here you have an excellent chance of seeing a red squirrel which visits the bird table outside the dining room window. That is just the added bonus of Seatoller House, with hosts Nigel and Trish working incredibly hard to make...More
US$111 - US$169 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from nigeljdixon | Property representative |
Not sure why we come up on your search, unfortunately as the house was built in early 1600's we are unable to be wheelchair friendly, there are many steps into the house and also within the house itself, we... More
Not sure why we come up on your search, unfortunately as the house was built in early 1600's we are unable to be wheelchair friendly, there are many steps into the house and also within the house itself, we do have a couple of rooms with walk in showers but again they have steps up to the bathroom from the bedrooms,
Can you tell me which search engine you use, so I can make sure this is removed