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About Crow How Country Guest House
Set in the historic Rydal Valley, amidst the fells, sits Crow How Country Guest House. Just a 15-minute walk from Ambleside the Crow offers spacious rooms with stunning countryside views. Clean modern rooms are en suite and all have TVs and radios. Take a picture tour of Crow How Country Guest House..
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Random England fact:
Near the fire station on the north side of Heathrow Airport was where the British Army made their first measurement when they began their Ordnance Survey mapping of Britain.
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