Room details - Robin Ghyll
Robin Ghyll is a Premier Room.
A four poster (super king size) bed is the main feature of this room, plus there is a window seat in one of the two windows with glorious views of the lake and gardens. Complimented with a fantastic contemporary en-suite bathroom.
This is one of our dog friendly rooms.
Robin Ghyll Cottage can be seen on the road into Langdale valley and was the Trevelyan’s family home. From here he wrote the famed ‘Garibaldi’ trilogy and ‘History of England’. He is buried in the Holy Trinity Church in Langdale in a grave to the east of the church not far from the War Memorial. George Macaulay Trevelyan brought a great literary talent to the writing of history. Some of his work describes the history of religious and personal liberty in England. Trevelyan was also a powerful advocate for the National Trust. In the 1920’s he wrote an eloquent booklet called ‘Must England’s Beauty Perish?’, which helped to regalvanise the Trust after a period of declining membership. In addition he was a major donor to the National Trust.
For more information visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G._M._Trevelyan
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