All-inclusive Cumbria Stay

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£169.00 per person as of 12/03/2023

Exclusive to Great Little Breaks | Relax on an all inclusive break at The Ennerdale Country House Hotel, near Cleator - ideal for visiting the Lake District - where you can unwind and recharge knowing everything is taken care of.

Your Great Little Break includes:
🍴2 nights' staying at the Ennerdale Country House Hotel
🍴Bed and full English breakfast daily
🍴A two course dinner each night
🍴Lunch on arrival day and second day, served between 12-2pm (soup and sandwiches)*
🍴Unlimited house draught beer and lager, house wine and soft drinks between 7pm-11pm both evenings, subject to change
🍴Unlimited tea and coffee served throughout your stay in the hotel's lounge
🍴Early check-in from 12pm on day of arrival (subject to availability, please request with the hotel prior to arrival)
🍴Late check-out until 2pm on day of departure (subject to availability, please request with the hotel prior to arrival)
🍴Free car parking (subject to availability)
🍴Availability from February 2023 - December 2023

Can be booked for 2, 4 or 6 nights

This deal is fully refundable up to 7 days prior to arrival Double and twin rooms for sole occupancy are available on request. Supplements may apply

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