Moresby Hall

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CA28 6PJ

Moresby Hall, Whitehaven

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Moresby Hall is one of Cumbria's most historic homes. A Grade I listed building (circa 1620) offering stunning Country Guesthouse accommodation and retaining so many original features. This spacious Hall has been described as one of the most important buildings in Cumbria by English Heritage and totally unique and welcoming by so many guests.

Jane and David Saxon welcome guests travelling for business or tourism. The emphasis is on relaxation superb quality and genuine hospitality at their family home. Jane is a talented (self-taught) creative cook.

The menu changes often and there is a wide repertoire of interesting and delicious food served with care and imagination but please note that dinner is only available by prior arrangement. As former Company Directors with their commercial background they have travelled extensively and included many innovative touches for their visitor s benefit. Moresby Hall is an oasis for guests who may not wish to stay in a large impersonal or modern Hotel.

The six individual bedrooms are all en-suite beautifully appointed and superbly equipped. You will find soft fluffy towels top quality Gilchrist & Soames toiletries a comprehensive beverage tray and the finest bed linens. Each room has the latest Pure-Fi express speaker dock for you to play & charge your i-pod / i-phone.

Each bedroom has a digital flat screen LCD colour TV with integrated FreeView channels. All our rooms are individual in style with country house ambience and spacious proportions. Moresby Hall enjoys a semi-rural location with delightful walled gardens for our guests to enjoy.

It is situated only 2 miles from Whitehaven a Georgian market and harbour town with its picturesque marina. Moresby Hall is the perfect venue to explore the Western Lake District. There is ample private parking and Moresby Hall is open all year.

All the seasons are a joy in Cumbria with the ever changing landscape. Fully licensed with a selection of reasonably priced beers wines and spirits available.

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