Silecroft Holiday Accommodation

Silecroft is a value for money family friendly resort with a choice of pub accommodations, bed and breakfast, guest house, hotel, log cabins and caravan sites located close to the beach, in the village, or in the nearby communities of Kirksanton, Bootle and the picturesque Wicham Valley. Silecroft is a place where it never seems crowded either on the safe sands or the footpaths, bridleways and trails of the surrounding countryside where walkers, riders and mountain bikers can enjoy days of pleasure with only the sound of the birds and the bleat of the sheep. All the delights and attractions of the Western Lake District, the South Lakes, the wildness of the Solway Firth Coast and the North Cumbria fells are easily reached. For more information of this area and and the rest of the lake District and Cumbria please go to our sister site for more Silecroft tourist information.

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Silecroft Hotel Accommodation

Wayside Guest Accommodation & Whisky Barn, Wayside no smoking wifi

Wayside Lounge

Wayside Bedroom

Wayside Bathroom

Wayside Farm was built in approximately 1637 on the west coast of the Lake District, Cumbria and is situated at the base of Black Combe, surrounded by stunning scenery and the Cumbria coast. It is the perfect location for a relaxing weekend, or for the more adventurous we provide an excellent base for walking, hiking, mountain biking, wind surfing and after an exciting day out, why not relax with a cold glass of beer, good food or a warming single malt whisky.
Wayside Guest accommodation offers three large and luxurious ensuite rooms within the actual building, with the addition of an annexe bedroom with ensuite separate to the main accommodation.
All rooms have digital TV, computer broadband access, telephone and tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer.
Evening meals are available throughout the week and are freshly prepared with local produce where possible.
Travel cot provided on request, please bring your own bedding. High chair also available.
Wayside has a comfortable lounge/dining area and bar, with slate flooring and underfloor heating, and for the winter months we have a wood burning stove in the lounge. The dining area seats twelve as does the bar area. We can cater for small private functions and meetings. Ideal for family get togethers.
The bar area has exposed stonework, an oak bar counter which has been reclaimed from an old schoolhouse. We have got plenty of Whisky's to try and buy so if you enjoy a good single malt this is the place to be, we also have a well stocked bar and reasonably priced bottles of wine.
Outside Wayside offers ample private parking space at the end of our large driveway, washing and drying facilities for boots and clothing and storage sheds for bikes, canoes etc. A wash pad is available to clean dirty bikes. The courtyard has a seating area where you can relax, have a drink, and take in the lovely fresh air, it is a lovely place to sit with a glass of wine watching the sunset over Black Combe, and in Autumn the sun turns the hill into a beautiful shade of bronze, an ideal photo opportunity.
Dogs are welcome in the Annexe by prior arrangement and at an additional charge.
We are a totally non-smoking establishment.

Address: Wayside & Whisky Barn, Wayside, Whitbeck, Cumbria LA19 5UP
Phone: +44 (0)1229 718883

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Silecroft Bed and Breakfast Accommodation

Miners Arms

Miners Arms, Silecroft

Miners Arms, seating

Miners Arms fireplace

The Miners Arms Silecroft is a traditional period country pub which is situated within 2 minutes walking distance from Silecroft train station and is less than a mile walk to one of West Cumbria's lovely beaches.
The business has undergone a complete re-furbishment during 2013 which includes the 4 en-suite guest bedrooms. To accompany the new surroundings the new owners have introduced a full new menu which features many excellent examples of local Cumbrian produce. All of our meals are homemade and produced to the highest possible standards by our dedicated kitchen team.
During the summer months we have a lovely beer garden in which you can enjoy a nice cooling drink or sample something from our menu whilst still being able to enjoy the weather and with easy access to the train station there is no need to worry about bringing the car. Winter time is equally as enjoyable as your food and drink can be enjoyed whilst hiding away from the worst of the winter weather next to one of our two woodburning stoves - the best way to dry wet clothes after a 'refreshing' winter walk along the beach. On the bar we have a wide range of local and international beers with a focus on showing off some of the excellent ales produced by some of Cumbrias finest micro-breweries. We regularly have Ales supplied by Hawkshead Brewery, Cumbria Legendary Ales, Cumberland Breweries, Ulverston Brewing Company and Ennerdale Brewery as well as Hardknott Brewery which is based only 3.5 miles from our door and some from possibly the smallest brewery in the county Healeys at Loppergarth. Above all else the Sim family pride themselves in your enjoyment by providing the finest quality food and drink to be consumed in lovely surroundings along with very high standards of customer service. We would also like to organise your events so if you have any important dates coming up please contact us and we'll do all we can to accommodate your requirements from birthday buffets to a Wedding Breakfast we'll do all we can to make your occasion special.
Address: Main Street, Silecroft, Cumbria LA18 5LP
Phone: +44 (0)1229 772325

Boots and Boards B&B

Boots and Boards

Boots and Boards Guest Lounge

Boots and Boards Twin Room

'Boots and Boards' is in Silecroft, a small village just off the A595, a few miles north of the small town of Millom on the quiet west coast of Cumbria. The village lies in the Lake District National Park within easy walking distance of the fells to the east and the sea to the west. It has a railway station with a regular service from the main network via Lancaster or Carlisle.
There's a warm welcome for all at 'Boots and Boards' - you don't have to be a climber or a kite-surfer!
The little village of Silecroft makes a great base for whatever you want to do on your holiday.
Cross House was built at the turn of the century and was a working farmhouse until the 1980s. It retains many of its original features including the magnificent open fireplace in the guest sitting room. The house has been sensitively adapted for bed and breakfast using environmentally friendly materials wherever possible.
Breakfast can be as big or small as you choose: local Cumberland sausage and all the trimmings, a vegetarian option, or just toast and Fair Trade marmalade.
Accommodation at 'Boots and Boards' is practical and comfortable. There are two twin rooms, a double room and a family room (double bed and bunk beds). All have en-suite shower and toilet rooms, and there is a bathroom with a beautiful Victorian cast-iron slipper bath, which everyone can share (though not all at once!). All the bedrooms have TV, and a self-service tea and coffee tray.
Guests also have their own breakfast room and sitting room, with a log fire in the winter.
Muddy boots, wet clothes and sports equipment are no problem – we have drying facilities and safe storage available.
There is a thriving village pub serving excellent meals, a golf course, a riding stable, and easy access to a beautiful beach stretching as far as the eye can see.
The Cumbria Coastal Way runs along the beach, which is also used by anglers, kite-surfers, canoeists, riders and dog walkers. The beach is great for children and safe for swimming, and there's plenty of room for everyone.
It is possible to go fell walking or mountain biking straight from the house, and popular walking and climbing areas in Eskdale, Wasdale, the Duddon Valley, Langdale and Windermere are within a drive of 45 minutes or less.
Address: Cross House, Silecroft, Millom, Cumbria LA18 4NR
Phone: +44 (0)1229 777401

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Silecroft Self Catering Cottages Accommodation

Brockwood Hall Holiday Lodges

Brockwood Hall

Brockwood Hall Lodge.

Nestling in 26 acres of protected woodland, the Brockwood Hall Resort lies at the head of the Whicham Valley and overlooked by the magnificent Black Combe Fell. From here, it is just a few minutes from two of England's most beautiful beaches and towns which have remained unchanged for a hundred years.
After a day out touring or walking the fells, relax in the comfort of your own Norwegian Lodge set in mature woodland and gardens.
There are 5 styles of lodge to choose from, sleeping between 2 and 8 guests, some of which have integrated saunas.
The lodges are designed to blend with the woodland setting. All lodges are triple glazed. Electric central heating and well-equipped kitchens and bathrooms are, of course, standard. All lodges are simply furnished and fully carpeted, all with ample wardrobe and cupboard space.
Situated in the heart of Brockwood Hall grounds is our Leisure Centre, the centre piece of which is a large indoor swimming pool, heated throughout the year. A vast window overlooks a patio and the new children's play area creating a light and airy atmosphere against the rustic pine cladding.
Facilities available on-site at Brockwood Hall include:
*Bistro and Restaurant, Takeaway and Bar Lounge
*Indoor Heated Swimming Pool, Sauna, Sun Shower Tanning and Jacuzzi
*Children's Play Area and Games Room
*Woodland Trail
*Video/DVD Hire
*Internet Access (inc. Wireless)
All public areas within the main house are Non-smoking.
Address: Whicham Valley, Nr. Millom, Cumbria LA18 5JS
Phone: +44 (0)1229 772329
Fax: +44 (0)1229 774786

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Silecroft Caravans and Camping Accommodation

Silecroft Hostel Accommodation

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