Calder House Hotel

A Hotel in Seascale, Cumbria

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

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CA20 1QP

Calder House Hotel, Seascale

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Accommodation Description:

Calder House Hotel is ideally placed on the west Cumbrian coast for business visitors and holiday-makers alike offering 21 well-appointed en-suite bedrooms. The bar and restaurant are open to residents and non-residents. The bar stocks a choice of local real ales and the restaurant offers home-cooked food as well as daily specials.

Our homemade pies are particularly popular.

Calder House Hotel started life as a girls' boarding school in 1882. After it closed in 1968 the building was converted into a hotel. The present owners Steve Ainley and Andrew Gainford restored much of the property's original character while ensuring that residents enjoy thoughtfully appointed en-suite rooms and complementary wi-fi.

The hotel is situated right on the west Cumbrian coast enjoying spectacular views across the Irish Sea to the Isle of Man. Guests can enjoy these views over dinner in the restaurant or on balmy summer evenings in the hotel's seafront garden. Seascale beach is just moments away and a short drive takes you to Wastwater widely considered to be 'Britain's favourite view'.

You can explore England's deepest lake highest mountain and smallest church in this part of the Lake District. Alternatively you can enjoy a trip on England's oldest narrow gauge railway the Ravenglass & Eskdale. Whatever your reason for visiting west Cumbria come and unwind with a pint of locally-brewed real ale in our bar at the end of the day.

We are also conveniently situated near Sellafield only a short five minute drive to the main gate making us an ideal location for contractors looking for somewhere local to stay whilst away on business.

3 star rating

From: £60.00

Room Facilities
Wireless internet connection
Tea and coffee making facilities
Colour television
Alarm clock
Internet access
Ironing board

Ironing facilities
Internet access (wireless) in public areas
Non-smoking (throughout)
Baggage store

Off-site parking
Free parking
On-site parking

Business Facilities
Internet connection (wireless)

Dining Facilities
A full English breakfast is served each morning at Calder House Hotel. Our sea view restaurant serves a variety of meals from steaks to pastas and our fully stocked bar offers a range of real ales beers and spirits.

Breakfast (Full cooked)
Breakfast (Continental)

Child Facilities

Pet Policy
No pets

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Muncaster, St Michael's Church - 5.3 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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St Bees Priory Church - 7.7 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Blakely Rise stone circle - 7.9 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

Wast Water lake - 8.3 miles (Countryside) Heritage Rating

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