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All reviewsgrasmere lakeyogurt and fresh fruitminute walkbooks and gamescumberland sausageroom was very clean and comfortablegreat hostsfull englishbreakfast was deliciouspowerful showerexcellent locationb and bwilliam wordsworthdove cottagelovely loungemain roada lovely place to stay
If you are looking to stay near Grasmere...dont look anywhere else, this place is fab.
Lovely comfy room overlooking the lake (amazing view).
Fab brekky, cereals/fruit/juice buffet style.
Angela will sort you out with lovely cooked brekky.
Grasmere was about a 15-20 walk for us(speeds...More
I was in Grasmere for a conference and stayed two weeknights at the Banerigg, as did a colleague who was also attending. Our hosts, Martin and Angela, made us most welcome in their home, a large house standing alone by the lakeside, but only a...More
We visited with a group of 7 friends and it was fantastic. Couldn’t have been made more welcome. Fanstastic breakfasts, great beds and a powerful shower! Lovely open fire. I will not look any further for an ideal B&B.
BANERIGG Guest House is situated directly overlooking Grasmere - and a warm welcome always awaits. Martin and Angela are great hosts that consistently go the extra mile for their guests. Ideal spot for walkers and explorers and I'm sure Martin wouldn't mind if you joined...More
My son and I have been going for 20 years and it is great.Very warm and welcoming.Also the breakfasts are superb.Angela and Martin make us feel right at home.There are loads of leaflets books and maps if you are stuck for ideas.
The view over...More
When I stayed In March I was booked for a single room (the only one) but upgraded to a family room (double + single) while my colleague had a double. We were charged £45 each per night, but gathered that prices might vary in... More
When I stayed In March I was booked for a single room (the only one) but upgraded to a family room (double + single) while my colleague had a double. We were charged £45 each per night, but gathered that prices might vary in high season.