Rosegarth Guest House is located in the coastal village of Ravenglass, in the Lake District National Park and only 3 minutes from Ravenglass Rail Station. It offers bed and breakfast accommodation, a shared lounge, a garden and bike hire service. Each room at Rosegarth Guest House features a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Most rooms benefit from an en suite bathroom, while others have a private bathroom for guests’ use only. Some rooms offer estuary views and other overlook the garden. Guests can enjoy breakfast every morning, in the dining room. Special dietary requirements can be catered for prior request. Packed lunches are also available. The property is just 1 minute drive off the A595 road. Nearby popular attractions include Muncaster Castle, only 4 minutes away by car, and La'al Ratty Heritage Steam Railway, a mere 1 minute walk away.
Formerly the village school, Muncaster Country Guest House is now a four star guest house full of character and charm. Owners Sue & Vin invite you to enjoy the relaxing and informal home from home atmosphere and offer you a friendly welcome whether your stay is short or long, for business or pleasure. All our rooms are en-suite and are situated on the ground floor. They are well equipped with televisions, hairdryers and hospitality tray. A guest lounge with log burning stove provides a welcoming place to sit after a long day s sight-seeing or walking on the fells. Most ingredients are sourced locally for the substantial cooked breakfasts. Breakfast is served in the dining room overlooking the garden with its abundance of natural wildlife. Parking is available in the car park that was formerly the school playground. For Visitors arriving by train we can, by prior arrangement, pick you up from Ravenglass Station. We also have secure storage available for push bikes.
Enjoy your visit to Ravenglass with a stay at The Bay Horse B&B. Freebies like breakfast and self parking are added perks, and guests looking to stay active can check out the nearby kayaking and mountain biking.
Pros: Situated on castle grounds, amazing amenities, so much to explore!
Cons: Rooms are basic and small, as they are in a refurbished medieval building.
This 4-star property offers bed and breakfast in the grounds of Muncaster Castle. Guests can enjoy free access to the castle’s gardens, hearty breakfasts and free Wi-Fi in the rooms. A full English breakfast is available very morning and guests are free to use the kitchen, which is fully equipped with cooker, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and ironing facilities. All the bedrooms at the Coachman's Quarters have their own bathroom with free toiletries and hairdryers. They also feature flat-screen TVs and tea/coffee making facilities. Muncaster Castle's Coachman's Quarters is a 5-minute drive from the centre Ravenglass and Ravenglass Rail Station. Parking is free at the property.
Pros: very friendly and helpful staff, nice food, very comfortable room.Excellent location for hills and lakes
Pros: The staff were very helpful and polite
Pros: The home brewed beer was excellent and the staff helpful and interested. We appreciated the ambience.
Pros: The staff were very friendly & helpfull. Meals & drinks were very fairly priced and the food was very good
Pros: Friendly and accommodating staff, easy atmosphere. Breakfast and meals well organised and reasonably priced. Pub situated in a very beautiful area.
Cons: Noise from the cellar ventilator kept me awake through the night. No hot water in the sink in the bathroom. Lock on the bathroom was very difficult, sometimes didnt lock, sometimes jammed.
Pros: friendly staff clean room and a good breakfast
Pros: Friendly staff, excellent food and great location. Wireless internet access a huge plus for the business traveller.
Cons: Rooms rather small.
With stunning views of the surrounding fells The Strands Inn, Screes Inn & Strands Brewery all sit in the heart of Wasdale Valley. All rooms are en suite and traditional Cumbrian food is on both menus, along with cask ales brewed on the premises in the on-site micro-brewery. Rooms come with tea and coffee making facilities and free Wi-Fi is available throughout The Strands Hotel. Parking is also free. The Strands and Screes Inn both retain many original features, with log fires and wooden beams throughout. Home cooked food is on the menu and beer is also brewed on the premises at the micro brewery. Both inns were built in the 18th century The Strands and Screes Inn are perfectly positioned to explore the natural beauty of the Lake District. Deepest Lake (Wastwater) and the mountain of Scafell Pike are within walking distance.
This AA rated 4 star 16th Century Hotel is located in the Western Lake District and has 6 acres of private mature gardens which lead to the River Calder. The Priory Restaurant holds an AA Rosette for culinary excellence and uses only the best locally sourced produce to provide you with the perfect dining experience. Our large traditional bedrooms offer superb comfort and ease of use with their flat screen TV, luxury toiletries and complimentary WI FI in every location of the Hotel.
The Pennington family of Muncaster Castle have opened a new luxury hotel at Ravenglass, the only place where the Lake District National Park meets the sea. The Pennington combines the charm of a 16th century coaching inn with modern interior design, offering 21 high quality guest rooms, each with ensuite bathroom, flat-screen TV and Multi-media system. Dining facilities include a brasserie-style restaurant, courtyard café and licensed bar. The hotel also offers a selection of short breaks, including golfing holidays, photographic safaris and art coursers, as well as a purpose-built meeting room for business and group use.
Low Wood Hall Hotel is a delightful getaway for couples, families, business travellers and adventurers alike, ideally situated in the unspoilt spectacular scenery of the Wasdale Valley. All of our rooms offer en-suite facilities and for that extra touch of luxury why not try one of our superior rooms with four-poster or super king size beds.
When visiting Seascale, The Kellbank is a great choice to consider. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. There's a garden, and rooms offer room service and free WiFi.
Situated by the ocean, Bailey Ground Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Seascale. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day. There's also a garden, and rooms at this Victorian hotel offer room service and premium bedding.
The White Mare is a great choice for a stay in Beckermet. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Rooms offer up nice touches like deep soaking tubs, Egyptian cotton sheets, and premium bedding.
Located near a train station, The Screes Inn is a great choice for a stay in Nether Wasdale. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat.