The George Hotel

A Hotel in Orton, Cumbria

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Front Street
CA10 3RJ

The George Hotel, Orton

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Accommodation Description:

The George Hotel is a traditional pub which is family run by Darron & Hazel McAleese. You will always receive a warm welcome from all the staff. We pride ourselves on providing good locally sourced home cooked food at a reasonable price for all the family.

All 8 rooms have seriously comfy beds so you will feel refreshed after your stay with us. We are surrounded by the Howgills and the lovely Eden valley and on the doorstep to the Lake District. A great place to spend a few days

The George Hotel is a traditional country pub in the village of Orton in Cumbria dating back to 1826. We have 8 rooms in total 6 are ensuite 2 have a shared bathroom with a bath. Runners up on the Channel 4 programme "4 IN A BED" series 5 Nov 2013.

We received 95% of our asking price. All rooms have a television tea/coffee making facilities and hairdryer ironing board available on request. We now also have facilities for up to 4 tents at the rear of the pub.

Enjoy a terraced beer garden for the summer or a roaring log fire in the winter you will always get a warm welcome and somewhere to relax whatever the weather. A full English breakfast is on offer. We serve a traditional menu at lunchtime and evenings ranging from gourmet burgers homemade pies to sizzling steaks or freshly battered cod.

We also have 3-4 vegetarian options normally available and we also have a good selection of gluten free meals as well. We have a good selection of real ales from Jennings wines and soft drinks in the bar area you can choose to eat in the 33 seater restaurant or in the bar area. We are easy to find as Orton is just 3 minutes from Junction 38 M6 Motorway or 4 scenic miles from Junction 39.

We are also on the Coast 2 Coast walk & cycle routes and the W2W cycle route as well. We also have the world famous Kennedy's chocolate factory just across the road which is a real treat for all visitors.

3 star rating

From: £35.00

Room Facilities
Tea and coffee making facilities
Colour television
Ironing board

Lock-up facility for bicycles
Ironing facilities
Non-smoking (throughout)

Free parking

Business Facilities

Dining Facilities
The George Hotel has a 28 seater restaurant or you can choose to eat in the bar area by the open log fire.

Breakfast (Full cooked)

Child Facilities
Children's menu

Pet Policy
No pets

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