We've stayed at Gosforth Inn three times now and have always had a great stay. It's not a 5 star hotel, nor does it pretend to be; most people visiting the Lake District tend to be more interested in the outdoors rather than the in anyway! It is however, a great place to come back to at the end of the day, the restaurant serves up hunger busting pies and has a nice little pub area to sit in if you have eaten elsewhere. The rooms are comfortable and clean. Furthermore, it is located a short drive away from Wastwater and the start of the ascent to Scafell Pike. Being on the coast, not far away there is also a horse riding school where you can go on a beach ride for the day. It is not located centrally so you have to drive a little further than say if you were staying in Windermere or Ambleside, but it's well worth a visit!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Gosforth Hall is a rare find of a 350 year old Grade II* listed building operating as a warm and inviting Inn - offering 24 en-suite bedrooms, a pub with very well kept real ales and a menu offering a choice of dishes including Rod's homemade and well respected pies. Located in the centre of Gosforth and on the gateway to the Wasdale Valley, the Hall is well positioned for Walkers, Climbers and divers. Workington, Eskdale, St Bees and Seascale golf courses are located on the West Coast of Cumbria and with 13 twin en-suite bedrooms, the Hall offers an ideal base for large golfing groups. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Gosforth Hall Hotel Gosforth
- Gosforth Hall Inn Cumbria