Dating back to 1620, Moresby Hall is one of only 3 Grade I Listed buildings in Cumbria. With a 5-star Gold Award, it offers stunning country guesthouse accommodation with a Read more [...]
Whitehaven is a harbour town on the Cumbria coast. The town's main period of growth was during the 18th and 19th centuries based around the import/export of tobacco and coal.
This Georgian town, was one of the first post-renaissance planned towns in England. Today, Whitehaven has many restored Georgian Listed Buildings, along with a modern leisure harbour.
Situated less than a mile from the Cumbrian coast, Grovewood House features free on-site parking and is just 15 minutes’ drive to the edge of the Lake District National Park Read more [...]
Dating back to 1705, the family-run Rowrah Hall is set within 3 acres of private land. With free Wi-Fi and free onsite parking, it is situated in the Northwest Cumbrian Read more [...]
Less than 5 miles from the Lake District, Chase Hotel is a Georgian hotel located in Whitehaven, less than 1 mile from the marina and harbour. It offers landscaped gardens, Read more [...]
Set in Whitehaven in the Cumbria Region, 47 km from Windermere, Glenfield House boasts a sun terrace and views of the garden. Rooms come with a flat-screen TV. You will Read more [...]
St. Bees beach. is a mile long stretch of sand with rock pools to investigate. Parking, toilets, cafe, promenade.
Whitehaven beach is a small pebble and sand beach to the North of the Whitehaven harbour/marina, with the walls to the harbour providing shelter. Whitehaven is a small Georgian town Read more [...]
St. Bees Lighthouse, south of the harbours of Maryport, Workington and Whitehaven, sandy beaches and grassy foreshores give way to cliffs around St. Bees Head, a high promontory, which was Read more [...]
Situated 2 miles from the Georgian town of Whitehaven, which boasts a lovely marina and harbour. Other local attractions include beautiful uncommercialised lakes, Golf courses and a cinema. Conveniently located Read more [...]