Hotel Accommodation in Cockermouth
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With superb views of the beautiful Lorton valley and the surrounding fells the Hundith Hill Hotel is the ideal location for your special event, conference or a relaxing short break. A warm and friendly welcome awaits you all year round and the staff will help in any way to ensure your stay is comfortable.
The Allerdale Court Hotel, Cockermouth welcomes you to the English Lake District. Now family owned and run, we pride ourselves on warm hospitality, good food and the constant attention to detail that are the hallmarks of The Allerdale Court??s friendly and dedicated staff. We have 21 en-suite bedrooms (most with colour T.V., radio, telephone, modem point, iron and hospitality tray).
Stay with us at the Bridge Hotel and you will share in a long and fascinating history. Set between Buttermere and Crummock Water and surrounded by the famous Buttermere Fells, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, the hotel is on a site which has been occupied for 1000 years. It has been owned and managed by the McGuire family for over 28 years and is renowned for warm hospitality, comfort and
Set in 9 acres of garden and parkland with a leisure club and beauty treatment rooms, the hotel is a perfect combination for both business and leisure. A civil marriage licence and elegant function rooms also makes the Manor House a popular wedding venue. Substantial on site free parking and a choice of air-conditioned function rooms with Wi-Fi internet access makes the Manor an ideal and well equipped
Enjoy peace and seclusion at the Fish Hotel. Situated in one of Lakeland's most beautiful valleys just five minutes walk from Buttermere Lake and Crummock Water and at the foot of Honister Pass, this is ideal walking and climbing country with fishing readily available. The needs of climbers are fully understood and catered for. The hotel is non-smoking.
Mrs Lorna Meadley and her family welcome you to The Grange Country House Hotel which has been in the family for 60 years. We aim to provide an informal and friendly atmosphere where you are sure to want to return. This small Lake District Hotel dates back to 1658 and retains its traditional character whilst incorporating all the modern facilities required for a comfortable stay. The hotel is centrally
Kirkstile Inn at Loweswater is situated in a magical place, nestling amongst the stunning fells in the heart of the North West Lake District just mile from the Lakes of Loweswater and Crummock Water. Providing food and shelter since Tudor times, Kirkstile now offers very comfortable accommodation with quality rooms, log fires, oak beams and a wealth of history.
Set on the shores of Bassenthwaite Lake, the family run Ouse Bridge House offers a warm friendly welcome and fantastic views. We provide a relaxed atmosphere, excellent service, delicious food and value for money in a stunning and peaceful location. It is in the perfect location to explore the Lake District and a great place to get away from it all. The Western Fells provide a stunning backdrop and
The Pheasant is a charming old Coaching Inn situated close to Bassenthwaite Lake at the unspoilt, northern end of the Lake District. It is one of the last remaining traditional Cumbrian hostelries with its unique period atmosphere, sense of timelessness and peaceful location. The Pheasant enjoys a well deserved national reputation amongst those who are used to being well cared for in a traditional
The Trout Hotel has been extending hospitality for over 35 Years. From the moment you arrive, a warm welcome is assured. Friendly, experienced and attentive staff will ensure you enjoy the unique relaxing atmosphere.
When it comes to choosing a location in the Lake District, we know it can be difficult selecting from the myriad of hotels and guest houses available. So why do we believe Winder Hall has that extra special something to offer our guests? It could be our hideaway location; away from the tourist traps and well-trodden byways, or it could be the history and ambience of our Jacobean manor house with its