A POPULAR guest house located in one of the Lake District's most idyllic towns has been placed on the market for £950,000. 

One of the oldest B&B's in Keswick, Rooms 36, overlooks the 'fantastic views' of Hope Park and was taken over by Andy Peters back in 1989. 

Andy moved up from Horley Surrey South England to do a bit of climbing and immediately fell in love with Keswick, which eventually lead to taking over the hotel that was in need of renovation at the time - previously known as Seymour House. 

Many renovations later, the outside of the traditional Victorian building still has this quintessential "Englishness," whereas the inside is a mix of contemporary Scandinavian style with the English classics.

In Cumbria: Leisure area within the guest houseLeisure area within the guest house (Image: PFK)

The end-of-terrace three storey property, which is comprised of six character bedrooms on Lake Road, is being listed by PFK.

A spokesperson from PFK said: "It's a fantastic opportunity to purchase an existing business with spacious accommodation laid out over three floors with excellent owners accommodation within the basement. 

"The property comprises a spacious kitchen and a large open plan dining area with space for seating and games room to the ground floor.

In Cumbria: One of the Scandinavian-style bedrooms on offer.One of the Scandinavian-style bedrooms on offer. (Image: PFK)

"The six guest rooms comprise four double ensuite rooms and two family ensuite rooms with the top floor accommodation having a connecting door so can be used as suite accommodation. There is also a separate bathroom on the first floor ideal for a soak after a day out on the fells.

"The owners accommodation in the basement is a modern concept with living/dining room, two double bedrooms and a four piece bathroom.

"Externally, to the front there is parking for two cars and parking for a further car to the rear," they said. 

To book a viewing or for more information, contact PFK on 017687 74546.

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