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The Cider House B&B at Buckland Abbey

More than 80 of our tenants offer bed and breakfast accommodation in some of the special places we care for.

When you've made yourself at home, you can explore the local area easily, thanks to the position of our B&Bs. All of them are ideally situated for walkers, and some are close to the National Cycle Network (NCN) or other cycle paths. Many are located near facilities for horse-riding or fishing, and some offer stabling.

You'll settle in quickly thanks to the little home comforts that you'll find at most of the properties, such as a clock radio, hairdryer and tea and coffee-making facilities.

We want to keep these places special for years to come, so we ask that, if you are staying somewhere where dogs are welcome, your pet is well-behaved. They should be exercised on a lead away from accommodation, and dog waste should be disposed of responsibly.

The inclusion of accommodation on our website doesn't mean that it is in any way endorsed or inspected by the National Trust. No responsibility for the standards provided can therefore be accepted by the National Trust.

Any comments about tourist board-registered accommodation should be addressed to the relevant tourist board.


Ashness Farm, Borrowdale, Cumbria, a working Lakeland farm and c16th farmhouse offering bed and breakfast accommodation

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