Buckle Yeat Guest House is situated in the village of Near Sawrey, which is an ideal location for touring the English Lake District and discovering the real Lakeland. Hill Top Farm, former home of the writer and artist, Beatrix Potter is next door
We have 4 doubles and two twins and 1 single (Max occupancy 2 per room 1 per single room) Prices are per Double/Twin room. Min 2 nights at weekends
All our bedrooms are non-smoking, individually decorated and en-suite. Each also have the additional comforts of tea and coffee making facilities, televisions and hairdryers.
Buckle Yeat Guest House is situated in the village of Near Sawrey, which is an ideal location for touring the English Lake District and discovering the real Lakeland. Hill Top Farm, former home of the writer and artist, Beatrix Potter is situated almost next door to our guest house.
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Guests will be provided with a key to the house and a key to the bedroom allowing access 24 hours a day
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We now also have free Wifi access for guests with their own laptops and a laptop available for guests to check their email and access the internet.
Whatever the time of year, relax in the large lounge by the log fire and additional full central heating on those cooler evenings.
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The village of Near Sawrey, which is close to Hawkshead is famous because of its former resident Beatrix Potter, who created the characters Peter Rabbit, Jemima Puddleduck, Mrs Tiggy Winkle and Jeremy Fisher to name but a few.
Buckle Yeat is notable for its inclusion in The Tale of Tom Kitten, The Pie and Patty Pan and Pigling Bland, stories written and illustrated by the famous children's' author.
The former home of Beatrix Potter - 'Hill Top' is now owned by the National Trust and open to the public. This popular building attracts visitors from all around the world.
This image of Duchess as featured in the Beatrix Potter book "The tale of the Pie and the Pattypan", Duchess is said to be receiving an invation to tea from Ribby the cat, she is stood on the pathway at the front of Buckle Yeat.