Concierge.com's insider take:
Though largely a 16th-century property, the oldest parts of the King George IV date back to Roman timesan appropriate background, given that much of the walking in the Eskdale Valley takes you down ancient Roman roads to visit Roman ruins. The historic feel is maintained with flagstone floors, open fires, oak beams, low ceilings, and real cask ales (plus 200 malt whiskies to choose from). There are three roomsone has a canopy bed with frilly curtains; another sports a timbered ceiling above pink walls; the last is a self-catering apartment.
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