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Historic Award-Winning Georgian country house hotel for sale in Keswick - #1
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£1,500,000 GBP Pound Sterling

Overwater Hall occupies a stunning location in a beautiful valley between Binseyand Caldbeck Fells. Originally built by the Deputy Governor of Jamaica at the beginning of the 19th Century, this lovely Grade II listed Georgian country house has over the years been significantly and tastefully extended to the mansion it is today. Originally named Whitefield House, Overwater Hall passed through a number of owners who are historical figures in their own right, including the Gattyfamily –known for the development of khaki dye, much used by the British Army. The first owners to operate Overwater Hall as a hotel were Monte & Pixie Green but it was with Arthur & Joyce Kent that Overwater Hall started to acquire the outstanding reputation that it has today. This hidden treasure is set at the end of its own private driveway in 18 acres of lovely landscaped gardens and grounds. Its 11 ensuite letting bedrooms are appointed and furnished to the highest of standards to compliment the lovingly-decorated public rooms where visitors can watch the red squirrels feast on the hazelnuts on the balcony.