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Ye Olde Fighting Cocks

Whitecreek room at Ye Olde Fighting Cocks

Estuary room at Ye Olde Fighting Cocks

Lakeland room at Ye Olde Fighting Cocks

The recently renovated Ye Olde Fighting Cocks offers both single and double en suite rooms making it a perfect retreat while visiting the Lake District and Arnside Area.

All our rooms are en-suite with the comfort of Eygptian cotton sheets, upgraded TV's, hairdryer, trouser press. Radio alarm, and a welcome tray for guests to refresh themselves. Fantastic views of the Kent estuary and the Lakeland mountains can be seen from the bedrooms, and we provide binoculars.

Enjoy a fantastic traditional hearty breakfast which is served between 8.00 and 9.00.
We serve home cooked and freshly prepared food with daily specials, and a traditional roast on Sundays. For young ones we offer a special childrens menu, drink, meal and an ice cream. Jay's restaurant is open till 8.30 (except tues).

The Barn - 7 New Luxury Bedrooms Ready for Easter 2014.
To include 1 room with full disabled facilities and immediate parking, 2 Family Rooms and a 2 bed appartment with two en-suite bathrooms.
Outside, a terraced garden allows you to watch the bore race up the river at high tide, do a spot of bird watching or simply while away your day. Our new 35 Foot stone Viking Ship is amazing!

Facilities include a car park and barn where cycles can be locked away. For those without thier own transport there is a nearby railway station (we'll collect you) with links to the rest of the Lake District.
We even have mountain bikes to hire at £12 per day, includes safety hat and hi vis tabbard.

Address:Ye Olde Fighting Cocks The Promenade, Arnside, Cumbria LA5 0HD
Phone: +44 (0)1524 761203


Barrow Bed and Breakfast Accommodation


Brampton Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

Birdoswald Roman Fort (Gilsland, Brampton)

Birdoswald Roman Fort

Birdoswald Roman Fort kitchen

The converted 17th Century farmhouse offers excellent accommodation facilities with breathtaking views overlooking the remains of the Roman Fort.
The kitchen is well equipped with a homely feel complete with an Aga to cook on. The accommodation contains 7 bedrooms, many with original features, and consists of bunk beds, wash basin, and full central heating.
Bedrooms vary in size, sleeping 3 to 8 people. A disabled bedroom with en suite facilities is located on the ground floor; all others have their own individual shower room near to the bedroom consisting of toilet, wash hand basin and shower. All bedding is included.
The location is ideal for walking Hadrian’s Wall; with lots to explore in the area including many Roman sites such as Chesters Roman Fort, Housesteads Roman Fort and Corbridge Roman Town. Set within a 61 hectare estate with views over the Irthing Valley Birdoswald is the ideal base from which to explore the beautiful landscapes of Cumbria and Northumberland, or visit the City’s of Carlisle or Newcastle for shopping and much more.
Current prices are £36.50 per person per night which includes full board; bed, breakfast, evening meal and packed lunch.
Self catering is £19.00 per person per night.
Minimum group size is 15, maximum is 39. Smaller groups may be required to share the accommodation. If exclusive use of the accommodation is required, unfilled places will be charged at the self catering rate to make up the minimum of 20 places.
Arrival times are 3.00pm onwards and departure time is 10.00am. Guests staying in the accommodation receive free admission to the adjacent Birdoswald Visitor Centre during normal opening hours.
Please note the accommodation is unavailable 16th July 2010 to 12th September 2010.
Smoking is not permitted within the accommodation and unfortunately we are unable to cater for smoking
Address: Birdoswald Roman Fort, Gilsland, Brampton, Cumbria CA8 7DD
Phone: +44 (0)16977 47602

Tantallon House

Tantallon House Tantallon House is located on the border of Cumbria and Northumberland, and overlooks the longest unbroken stretch of Hadrian's Wall. We offer a peaceful getaway spot and an ideal gateway to the many places of interest in this area.
Our spacious Victorian country property stands on a hill overlooking the Irthing Valley on the edge of the Northumberland National Park.
Our bed and breakfast accommodation includes two spacious twin guestrooms with glorious views of the Irthing Valley and Hadrian's Wall. All of our rooms have secure Wifi wireless internet access and Freeview TV.
Guests have private dining and lounge rooms to eat and relax in, often with a fire burning during the winter months.
Our hearty breakfasts are served at your convenience in the lounge or dining room. Local produce is used where possible. We are happy to cater for special dietary needs.
Being on Hadrian's Wall National Trail, Tantallon House offers an especially warm welcome to walkers and cyclists. As well as great facilities, we have knowledge of routes and hikes around the local historic Roman sites.
Address: Tantallon House, Gilsland, Brampton, Cumbria CA8 7DA
Phone: +44 (0)1697 747111


Broughton Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

The Manor Arms

Manor Arms

Manor Arms Bar

The Manor Arms is not really the place for a quick drink; like a good meal it needs to be digested at leisure in order to be fully appreciated. So having chosen your drink, maybe one of the seemingly numerous real ales or still ciders on offer, and perhaps decided on a hot or cold snack, begin then to look around the bar. Here you will see photographs and paintings, significantly by the local artists, Steve Whittle and Jane Rousseau, all emphasising and adding to the atmosphere of The Manor Arms.
It will become apparent too that this was a favourite pub of the author Richard Adams (“Watership Down”) and of course the entire area was and remains a haunt for artists, painters and writers alike.
You are in Wordsworth country now.
During the long summer days and evenings, drinks and snacks can be enjoyed outside The Manor Arms perhaps sitting round the obelisk just watching the world go by. The Manor Arms caters for present day requirements and has attractive en-suite guest rooms for your continued comfort, relaxation and total enjoyment.
A further attractive feature is that following a good night's sleep, a splendid Manor Arms breakfast is served in the comfort of your room!
Family owned and run since 1988, The Manor Arms draws groups from all over the UK, eager to sample the real ales on offer including local Cumbrian brews in addition to the permanently available Yates Bitter and Copper Dragon Ale.
With a prestigious star rating in the CAMRA Good Beer, Bed and Breakfast Guide, proud winners of the 2004 West Pennine Award and featured in the final 16 of the National Pub of The Year 2006 The Manor Arms proves to be irresistable for many!

Address: The Manor Arms. The Square, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria. LA20 6HY
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716286


Caldbeck Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

Denton House (Hesket Newmarket) no smoking

Denton House

Denton House bedroom

Dento House Breakfast lounge

Denton House is a very friendly 4 star rated bed and breakfast guest house managed by Susan and Alan Armstrong for over 8 years and has a reputation for spacious comfortable guest rooms and superb breakfasts, using only the finest local produce. It is situated in the centre of Hesket Newmarket, overlooking the village green. Dating back to the 17th century, this spendid house has 8 guest rooms which can be let as double, single, twin or family rooms on a bed & breakfast (B&B) basis.
All of our guest rooms are spacious and most have views of the village and up to the Caldbeck Fells or over surrounding countryside. Relax in our cosy guest lounge with comfy sofas, TV and roaring wood burning stove.
Full English Breakfast is served between 8 & 9 in our large breakfast room, again with roaring open fire.
Hesket Newmarket is located in one of the quieter parts of the Lake District, yet we are only a short drive to Keswick, Penrith and Bassenthwaite Lake. We are a perfect stop-over point when traveling to Scotland from the South of England. We are also located close to the Rievers Cycle Route, Coast to Coast C2C and the Cumbrian Way runs close by too. The Caldbeck Fells are on your doorstep with High Pike and Carrock Fell overlooking the village.
We are only 20 yards down from the famous CAMRA award winning Old Crown pub - famous for its excellent food and superb real ales from the nearby Hesket Newmarket Brewery. A traditional Lake District pub with a very warm welcome waiting for you.
We have ample car parking and a lock-up garage for cycles.
Children & dogs are welcome (small extra charge for dogs)
No Smoking.

Address: Denton House B&B Guest House, Hesket Newmarket, nr Caldbeck, Cumbria, CA7 8JG
Phone: +44 (0)16974 78415

Swaledale Watch Farm no smoking

Swaledale Watch Farm

Swaledale Watch is a busy sheep farm beautifully located just outside Caldbeck Village. With views over towards High Pike and the Northern Fells of the Lake District, this really is a peaceful place to spend some time.
We offer a range of lovely bed & breakfast guest rooms in a tranquil location with delicious home cooked breakfasts in the morning.
Enjoy great comfort, excellent food, a warm welcome and peaceful unspoilt surroundings. Central for touring, walking or discovering the rolling Northern fells.
We have 2 Double and 2 Twin rooms available. The main Double Room has a 4 poster bed and Jacuzzi bath. All rooms have private facilities, are tastefully decorated, have colour TV, radio, tea-tray, clean fluffy towels daily and books for every interest in the lounges.
Our breakfasts are superb, using only the finest local produce. Dinners are also on available on Saturday evenings.
Walk into Caldbeck via the Howk, a wooded limestone gorge with waterfalls and the remains of an old Bobbin Mill, guaranteed to be memorable.
Guests are free to wander around the 300-acre farm and, naturally, lambing time is a great favourite with visitors. Do bring your warm woollies and wellies! We also have a number of miniature ponies on the farm - always a big hit with the children.
We are a NO SMOKING establishment.

Address: Swaledale Watch, Whelpo, Caldbeck, Cumbria CA7 8HQ
Phone: +44 (0)16974 78409


Carlisle Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

Bramblebeck Cottage B&B

Bramblebeck Cottage was built in 2004 and is situated approximately 5 miles west of Historical Carlisle on a working dairy farm.
The house comprises of 3 rooms. These are; A family room with a king sized bed and two single beds, digital colour tv, tea and coffee making facilities and an en suite shower room. on the first floor. This is a large, sunny room, that has been tastefully decorated and boasts views across to Scotland.
On the ground floor we have a double room which hosts a double bed, digital colour tv, tea and coffee making facilities and beautiful views across open fields.
Wireless broadband is available throughout the house.

Address: Bramblebeck Cottage, Moorpark Farm, Thurstonfield, Carlisle, Cumbria CA5 6HB
Phone: +44 (0)1228 576246


Cartmel Bed and Breakfast Accommodation


Cockermouth Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

Manor House

Rose Cottage Guest House, Cockermouth

Manor House bedroom

The Manor House is a gentleman Farmer's house dating from the early 18th Century, set in 8 acres of it's own land in the village of Oughterside on the North Western Edge of the Lake District, and only 5 miles from Cockermouth.
Our ensuite rooms (with baths and showers) are extremely spacious, furnished with kingsize beds and lots of little luxuries to make your stay as pleasant as possible. All rooms command splendid views over open countryside towards Skiddaw and the mountains of the Lake District.
Tuck into a hearty breakfast, read the paper in the sun lounge, stroll around the garden and then go forth and enjoy the day.
We are happy to accommodate well behaved pets.
We are an ideal place to stay for motorcycle tourists.
Our spacious rooms have plenty of storage for all your gear and your bike will be well cared for in a secured lock-up.
We have drying facilities for that odd occasion when it rains!
Address: The Manor House. Oughterside, Cumbria CA7 2PT
Phone: +44 (0)16973 22420
Mobile: +44 (0)7786 088091

Six Castlegate

Six Castlegate


Six Castlegate guest room

This unique and spacious Grade 2 Star Georgian town house is perfectly located on one of the oldest streets in Cockermouth, Cumbria. This historic market town is the birthplace of poet William Wordsworth, and lies on the fringes of the Lake District National Park.
Recent refurbishment of the guest house has retained many original features and lots of character.
Six Castlegate is an ideal bed and breakfast for tourists, business people and regular visitors to the area; which includes the coastal towns of Workington, Whitehaven and Maryport.
Each ensuite room has been refurbished to a high standard. All guest bedrooms retain their own individual characteristics, making each stay memorable.
Fluffy towels, flat screen televisions and carefully chosen and created furnishings ensure an enjoyable stay.
All rooms have Internet access.
Each breakfast is freshly prepared using the finest locally produced ingredients. The menu includes vegetarian options and seasonal variations are also available.
Special dietary needs can be catered for on prior request, and we are happy to provide packed lunches with some notice.
Six Castlegate is a no smoking house. no smoking
Address: Six Castlegate, Cockermouth, Cumbria CA13 9EU
Phone: +44 (0)1900 826786

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