The Old Ginn House Inn

Historic Inn in Workington, Cumbria

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Great Clifton
CA14 1TS

The Old Ginn House Inn, Workington

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The Old Ginn House has been successfully converted from a 17th century farm into a charming hostelry build around an appealing courtyard.This popular Cumbrian Inn is ideally situated for visiting the area on business or whether you want to walk cycle golf (the Inn is just a short distance from a number of quality golf courses) fish or explore the unspoilt Western Lake District and the Solway Coast. Britain's Favourite View -Wastwater - also Bassenthwaite Buttermere Crummock Loweswater Ennerdale and the highest peak in England - Scafell Pike - are all within a 20-30 minute drive. The first two phases of a full bedroom refurbishment is now complete therefore with quality en-suite accommodation - Double Rooms (singledouble occupancy) Twin Rooms Family Rooms (1 of which can take a family of 2 adults and 3 children) Luxury Suite with JACUZZI bath - and excellent food served in our unique Ginn Room Bar and atmospheric Dining Areas The Old Ginn House aims to ensure you have a most relaxing and enjoyable stay.

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