- Very Good
- 27 guest reviews
"Room was clean bed was comfy food was great bit of road noise..."
"Nice friendly place, food ok, location was a bit isolated, but overall a cosy place to stay...."
"bed and breakfast were good, and good value for money.. The food we were offered was very mediocre Pub Grub. Another time, if we visited, we..."
"The hotel was as described. Room was good . The staff were very helpful. Altogether everything was fine. Have no problem in recommending it...."
About the hotel
Family run, the Cross Keys has recently undergone a major refurbishmet and now Ian and Sandra look forward to welcoming you to their historic and beautifully restored coaching inn. Milnthorpe has a long history - its busy Friday street market in the Square dates from 1334. The village's heyday was from the middle of the eighteenth to the middle of the nineteenth centuries when many of the buildings in the centre of the village (now a conservation area) were completed including the present Cross Keys.
When the turnpike road between Kendal and Lancaster was constructed through the village nearly two hundred years ago Milnthorpe became an important staging post and the Cross Keys gained a fine reputation as a coaching inn with stabling for 36 horses (and receiving guests of no lesser importance than a Tsar of Russia and a Queen from Austria) and a comfortable place to stay - a reputation which still continues today.
Showing Wednesday 14 October 2015 to Thursday 15 October 2015Change Search
- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas , Business Centre
- Restaurant , Bar
- Hotel services
- Wake Up Call Available
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- From 12:00 hours
- Until 10:30 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
70% would recommend it to a friend
Room was clean bed was comfy food was great
bit of road noise
The Cross Keys Hotel