Hotel Accommodation in Seascale
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Whether you have come for a relaxing weekend by the beach, or a spot of hill climbing, maybe a few days of golf perhaps or just a business meeting away from work. Calder House Hotel will be the ideal venue. Just 50 yards from the wide stretches of the West Coast of Cumbria looking seaward to the Isle of Man We can offer you a warm and friendly welcome with excellent but affordable food and accommodation
Located on the Western edge of the Lake District National Park, Gosforth Hall Hotel & Restaurant is well located to offer Walking, Golfing and Fishing Breaks and within close distance to see a number of historic sights. The Hotel has 9 en-suite guest bedrooms. All rooms have tea- and coffee-making facilities and televisions, these are gradually being upgraded to flat screen TVs. All bedroom telephones
Set in landscaped gardens and surrounded by 5 acres of woodland, Low Wood Hall was built in the 1860?s for a local Brewer, Thomas Dalzell and his family. Indeed his initials can still be seen in the magnificent stained glass windowabove the entrance to the Hotel. The main house retains many features from the Victorian era, including gasoliers in the lounges, tiled and pine stripped floors and marblefireplaces.
The Strands Hotel was built around 1800 as a Hotel and Post House. This Old Traditional Hotel was taken over in June 2006 by Mark and Lesley Corr which they run with their family and chef's who are totally focused on cooking to a high standard, using local produce whenever possible. There is a main bar with a log fire, a snug bar with log fire, a dining room , a small residents lounge and 11 letting
Westlakes Hotel is a late Georgian Country House, which is set in 3 acres of tranquil mature gardens situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Located in the Western Lake District, which is only an hours drive from the M6, the area has many local attractions as well as being a walker??s paradise. To the east is the spectacular scenery of the Lake District, while to the west , the Cumbrian