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Top 10 Tower Hill Hotels

Top 10 Tower Hill Hotels

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4.5/5
Excellent
5 Reviews
8-11 CHURCH STREET, Whitehaven, Cumbria, United Kingdom
79.1km from Windermere
"Property Location With a stay at Georgian House Hotel in Whitehaven, you'll be within a 5-minute walk of The Rum Story and The Beacon. This 4-star inn is 5 mi (8 km) from St. Bees Beach and 7.9 mi (12.8 km) from Helena Thompson Museum. Rooms Stay in one of 8 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature designer toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks and coffee/tea makers, and housekeeping is provided daily. Dining Enjoy a meal at Restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the inn's room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at the bar/lounge. A complimentary English breakfast is included. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a business center, luggage storage, and laundry facilities."
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2




4/5
Very Good
5 Reviews
Howgate, Moresby, Cumbria, United Kingdom
75.9km from Windermere
"The hotel looks a bit tired from outside and much of the car park involves a bit of a walk up or down a hill to get to the front door. That wasn't anything major for us as inside is what really counts. Staff were friendly, welcoming and helpful. Inside our room there were a couple of signs of a well used hotel that is clearly not brand new. Having said that, we did have the best nights sleep so Premier Inn certainly delivered on their promise of a good night's sleep. Handy for West Cumbria coastal towns and also the Western Lake District, the hotel is good for both business and leisure visitors. We were pleased overall with our stay here."
"Well they have done it again! We cannot find a negative point to describe the hotel. We now only stay with Premier Inn having paid silly money to stay in what is des ribed as 4 star hotels. The accommodation is the same across the board and the menu is changed on a regular basis. The staff were very pleasant and couldnt do enough for us. It is the only place where we have a good nights sleep. When we exchange our matresses they will definitely be Hypnos."
"Stayed for 1 night as attending a music event in nearby Workington. Room larger than average premier inn rooms we stayed in room 330 and had a view of countryside. Very quiet room, comfortable beds and extra pillows provided. It was a cold day so we adjusted heating and in no time at all the room was lovely and warm. Reception staff very friendly and helpful."
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3




4.1/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
Winscales Road, Great Clifton, Little Clifton, Cumbria, United Kingdom
48.7km from Carlisle Railway Station
65.5km from Windermere
"Booked afternoon tea for my grandmother’s birthday. I had seen the menu which looked lovely and we had passed several times and the conservatory looked lovely. When I booked service was fantastic, I had a menu sent and it was all preordered. When we arrived we were offered drink and our afternoon tea was brought out shortly after. The food looked and tasted amazing, the thing that let it down was the service once we arrived. Due to Covid it was table service but this was poor, even though it was very quiet. We weren’t offered our drinks that came with it and no one checked how it was, so we had to wave someone over. We also had to do this to order more drinks and when we wanted to pay. It is rather uncomfortable as you don’t want to get up due to the pandemic but also feel rude trying to get their attention. For the price of the afternoon tea you would expect better service. I would return for the food or as a take out but the service would put me off."
"Been working in the area over recent months and the Melbreak is well situated for Whitehaven, Workington & Maryport. The staff are friendly & efficient. The restaurant in particular deserves a mention as all the meals I’ve enjoyed there have been of a high standard as are the specials in addition to the main menu. Breakfasts are great too. The rooms are warm, comfortable & spotlessly clean, worth upgrading to the superior room, but not essential. Nice bathrooms & plenty of hot water. The hotel is also quiet and far enough from the busy road not to be a problem. Plenty of parking outside, overall hard to fault."
"Over the past 5 or 6 years we have stayed at the Melbreak Hotel 3 times and we have enjoyed the same great service. If ever there is any kind of problem it has always been dealt with immediately and without any fuss. The food is very good and choice at breakfast is excellent and exceptional value. If we need to visit the area again we will undoubtedly opt for the Melbreak and fully recommend it to anyone else who is considering staying here."
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4




4/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
Seacote Hotel, Beach Road, St Bees, Saint Bees, Cumbria, United Kingdom
86.9km from Windermere
"We stayed here Saturday until Monday - it was the weekend that everyone had to start socially isolating because of corona virus - most people had cancelled but we decided to still go - the staff were fantastic- the bar and restaurant were closed as were all other cafes, pubs and restaurants- but it didn’t matter, we had meals in our room and a grab bag for breakfast with sandwich, cheese, crackers, fruit etc - gorgeous. The hotel is in a perfect location, the room was large and very clean. Staff were all very friendly and helpful. Food was lovely- we were very lucky that the weather was lovely so went for a long walk. We were definitely socially isolated but have had a great weekend for my husbands birthday. Will definitely go again."
"We stayed on the Seacote Park campsite with a rented campervan in October. The seacote hotel is just across the car park. The hotel has probably seen better days, and in October it was pretty quiet. Friendly staff, serving decent beer. We decided to have another drink and order some food. We were told there would be a bit of a wait by a cheerful waitress as there was a function on in the main hotel. We were kept informed, and in the end the food arrived fairly quickly. Good, honest food, nothing fancy, but for us it fits with what you expect to find in old seaside resorts, and we like the atmosphere of these places."
"Stayed overnight for a function, the food served was great, loved the home made flans but the views are the thing that makes the place stand out for me, similarly the adjacent camp sight where we had a motorhome for our son."
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5




4.5/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Moresby Hall, Moresby,, Whitehaven, Cumbria, United Kingdom
75.9km from Windermere
"Last year quite by chance we ended up having dinner at Moresby Hall. I was so impressed I decided right there and then to book it for my 55th birthday. Well that was this weekend gone and it surpassed all my hopes. From the minute my 25 guests checked in to this gracious old hall we had lift off. Jane and David went well beyond the extra mile to ensure a seamless check in and welcome. Over to talented and passionate head chef Damian and his team Annemarie, Enya, Marcie Sue and Callan to deliver a superb 5 course seafood banquet for 30 guests. We arrived to champagne and fresh oysters magnificently presented and the evening roared successfully on from there. We were treated like honoured guests for the weekend and the team quietly professionally blended in to our gathering taking the upmost care to ensure we had a fantastic time. We leave as friends reluctant to depart from such warmth and care. I had a vision you ‘knocked it out of the park’ and I am deeply grateful to all, my open hearted thanks. "
"The two of us stayed 3 nights at Moresby Hall in the Cubby Lodge. We were checked in by Jane efficiently and were given a bottle of hand sanitiser on arrival. Hand sanitiser readily available in the communal areas. The building itself is absolutely beautiful and very well maintained. We stayed in the Cubby Lodge at the rear which was one bedroomed self contained and ground floor. On entering there is an open living areas with sofa and TV and a kitchen. The kitchen was fully equipped and the best I have seen for self catering accommodation. A spacious bathroom with a walk in shower/bath. A double bedroom with vanity table. Just felt everything was really well thought out in terms of plug points by beds, plenty of lighting, fresh clean bed linen, toiletries supplied and towels. We didn't have breakfast at Moresby Hall however the fact that this was an option that could be added flexibly for self catered accommodation was fantastic (same with booking dinner). Jane was really helpful in letting us know where we could get supplies etc and was on hand for any questions. We really enjoyed our stay here and would most definitely like to visit again in the future."
"We had a terrific stay to mark my partner's birthday. The huge room was cosy as well as gracious, and the bathroom with its massage shower and Tile tv was amazing. Our hosts could not have been kinder, particularly in dealing with our luggage (we were travelling on public transport - if you're planning on doing that, bear in mind that the walk up from Parton station is practically vertical ;-) ), and their Covid hygiene measures were very reassuring. It must be such a hard juggling act to keep guests feeling both safe and at the same time relaxed, and we'd like to congratulate Jane and David for managing this process both with aplomb and with a smile."
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6




4.5/5
Excellent
5 Reviews
Calderbridge, Saint Bridget Beckermet, Cumbria, United Kingdom
"We booked what was billed as a superior room with countryside views. The room was very cramped and overlooked a busy road. We were told a room change to one at the back was out of the question, although they didn't seem to be that busy. After checking in we left the hotel via the back door in the bar area as instructed according with virus regulations, only to hear a male voice shout very sarcastically 'thanks for calling'. We found this quite intimidating. Later that evening the landlord apologized and said that he had thought we had just walked in off the street. That may be but surely any person in his hotel should be dealt with in a respectful manner. We stayed for three nights, the bed was comfortable and the en suite bathroom had a newly refurbished feel to it. There should be a mirror in the bedroom as you can't take a hair drier into the bathroom for reasons of safety. The fish and chips were lovely but the Quorn lasagne was overcooked and dry, and the garlic bread was burnt. We were told that there were no drink making facilities in the bedrooms due to covid but that we could use communal facilities in the dining room. How is that safer than facilities in the bedrooms when you have to touch what others have handled before you? Also I prefer that people serving me with food wear a mask. The staff were very helpful and friendly."
"From the time we walked through the door, until we left 4 nights later Mel and Clive made us feel incredibly welcome. They were both very attentive, friendly and couldn't have done more for us. The food in the hotel was so good! Home cooked fresh food. It was always piping hot and served with such friendliness. The hotel beer garden was beautiful and transquill. Even though the hotel was on a road you couldnt hear the traffic. tea and coffee was included and available the entire time. The hotel was clean and very comfy. Had the best 4 nights sleep there too! I would highly recommend the hotel, even more so for the food and hospitality provided by Mel and Clive. Thank you both so much for making our wedding anniversary even more special ❤️"
"We stayed here for a week having had to make last minute changes to our plans following a cancelled overseas holiday. What a find! The owners Clive and Mel were very friendly and welcoming from the minute we arrived and throughout our stay. They couldn’t do enough for us and made our week special. Nothing was too much trouble. The hotel is a lovely place to spend time with an enormous sunny garden and comfortable rooms. It’s also a great base for exploring the local area, the lakes and other parts of Cumbria. Highly recommended for any length of stay - you won’t be disappointed."
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7




4.3/5
Excellent
10 Reviews
Moor Road Great Clifton, Great Clifton, Cumbria, United Kingdom
49.1km from Carlisle Railway Station
65.8km from Windermere
"We wanted to visit The Lakes again because once you've been, you have to keep coming back. We received an offer for this particular weekend, which included a bottle of wine and full English breakfast...don't worry we didn't have them both at the same time! We were welcomed at reception very professionally and efficiently by the receptionist - I'm sorry I can't recall your name [my fault not yours!]. Easily checked in and directed to room which was brilliant. Room was spacious with double bed, tea/coffee facilities, large bathroom with shower and very clean. Also had a TV. I popped down to the bar,for a quick pint in the afternoon and again can't fault the service or environment. We had made a reservation for dinner and redeemed our wine voucher from Dave who directed us to our table in the bar area - although there is a separate dining area if you prefer. Gail bought us the dinner menu and looked after us while we there. I had the mixed grill [beautiful - I have no words] and my partner had shorthern fried chicken salad which was massive [ and very nice]. Full English next morning with a large variety of cereal, toast, tea/coffee and juice. Couldn;t fault it. Verdict - would we go again? Absolutely. Thank you!!"
"We have just returned from a lovely weekend here. The rooms are spacious and clean with everything that you need for a comfortable break. The food was delicious and the staff are friendly and helpful. The restaurant gets very full so make you reservations early and the portions are large! The rooms are across a courtyard, away from the main bar and restaurant and was very quiet at night, we slept very well. The surrounding areas and very pretty, however, if you come in a car you will be able to visit the other areas of the Lake District easily such as Keswick and Cockermouth. We will return. Thanks"
"My partner and I stayed here in December for 1 night. The rooms here are lovely - spacious, clean, tea and coffee provided and a nice bathroom. Only thing that would have topped it would have been room service, but I appreciate that not every hotel can provide this. Having read the reviews about the food here, my partner and I were excited to try the menu. However, my evening meal of sweet and sour chicken was really disappointing. The portion was small, it was served with plain rice (which costs pennies), and there was an odd amount of salad dotted around the side. Not sure how I feel about coleslaw with my sweet an sour chicken. Flavour was average at best - I've had better from a microwave meal. I wouldn't have minded so much, perfectly edible, but for £13 it was an absolute joke!! I would stay here again but think I'll order my chicken from a takeaway next time and get delivery."
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8




4.1/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
Winscales, Allerdale District, Cumbria, United Kingdom
52.3km from Carlisle Railway Station
69.1km from Windermere
"The family-run Hunday Manor Country House Hotel is set in its own grounds, with views over the Solway Firth to Scotland. It offers free Wi-Fi, and there is free parking on site. This charming hotel has elegant rooms, furnished in a traditional style. Each comes with a TV and a CD player, along with facilities for making tea and coffee. Guests can dine à la carte in the restaurant, which also boasts a table d'hôte menu and is set in the woodland gardens. After-dinner liqueurs and coffees are available, and can be enjoyed in the lounge area. Hunday Manor is a 5-minute drive from the centre of Workington. Workington Golf Club is less than 5 minutes away by car."
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9




4/5
Very Good
10 Reviews
Main Street, St Bees, Copeland District, Cumbria, United Kingdom
82.9km from Windermere
"I stayed at the Manor with my partner for a week from the 19th September. We were allocated room 6 - a double room with spacious ensuite bathroom and a shower over the bath. There was a heated shower rail in the bathroom and plenty of hot water throughout our stay. We had adequate storage for our week stay with a wardrobe, chest of drawers and bedside tables. There was a kettle and tea and coffee in the room. The room has a view of the beer garden and car park. Due to covid the cleaners didn’t come into our room throughout our stay but the cleaners were around and happy to supply us with clean towels, toilet rolls and tea and coffee when we caught their eye. Slight negatives were the bright green security light showing the way to the door in case of an emergency. Though I realise this is health and safety, the light really was very bright and lit the room up at night. Also as the room is directly above the kitchen it was quite noisy in a morning as the noisy extractor fan starts at 0630 and we could hear the staff talking and moving around as they started preparing breakfast. This wasn't a big deal but might be an issue if you like a lie in on holiday. Also the shower wasn't the best as the riser and shower head are right next to the shower curtain which tended to cling to you. We had a problem with the lighting in the bedroom which was lit by 2 small spotlights and the one nearest the mirror went off after 20 seconds which did make it difficult getting ready on an evening. Only one of the bedside lights worked, the other one didn't even have a bulb. We did report the lighting problems to John the manager and hopefully it will be sorted out before anyone else stays in the room. We ate at the Manor for 6 out of our 7 nights and thought that the food was very good. The chicken supreme with mash was my favourite though the homemade steak and ale pie and the beef lasagne were also very good. We enjoyed a cooked breakfast most mornings. The staff at the Manor are lovely and John and his team do a great job looking after you. We found Karen and Sue to be particularly helpful though all the staff were great. We enjoyed our stay in St Bees and would be happy to stay at the Manor again if we were visit the area again. Free parking is available in the car park at the back of the hotel and we never had a problem getting a space though it might be different in the height of the season as the car park is used by residents and people eating in the restaurant. We were a bit confused about the WIFI as our room description showed wireless internet but under hotel policies on our confirmation it shows no internet access available. I did manage to use the WIFI when we were downstairs but couldn't get it in the room. However this wasn't a problem as there was a phone signal and I could use the data on my phone."
"I usually stay next to Whitehaven because that's where my project's office is, but as the guesthouse was full I decided to spend a week in St Bees. The Manor looked like the nicest place so I booked in here and I am very glad I did. It is just 3 minutes walk from St Bees station and maybe 15-20 mins walk from the seaside which is well worth a visit (follow the road left past the station, past the golf course). Due to some confusion at check-in, someone else had been placed in my double room for the first night so I spent the first night in a twin (room 1) before being moved to my booked double room the following night (room 2). I'm quite happy I was able to try both types of room, and compare them! Room 1 was reasonably quiet, being towards the back of the building, and had two comfortable single beds and a brand new bathroom. I have to say - I found this room a little bit grubby and tired in places, especially the bathroom, and the toilet seat was loose and there was some mildew around the shower, kettle was pretty knackered, just minor things. It had a view of the carpark which wasn't a problem but it meant I closed the curtains as soon as I got in! Room 2 was, in my opinion, far nicer with a really comfortable double bed and was immaculate. Surprisingly, given it had an old bathroom, this bathroom was in much better shape. The room and bathroom had a lovely view over the main street. It was a really spacious room, biggest I've had in a B&B or guesthouse. The double and twin appear to be the same price but if these two rooms are anything to go by I would definitely recommend the double! Both rooms came with some lovely ginseng toiletries and a good selection of teas, coffees and Scottish biscuits, and guides to the area. Some reviewers said they had issues with water pressure - I didn't really, just wait for the toilet to refill before using the basin or shower! The electric showers in both rooms had good pressure and got very hot, they were a bit slow to drain away but it's an old building with old plumbing. What I would say about noise is that it does travel up the stairs, so be prepared to be woken up at 6/6.30 by people preparing breakfast downstairs! Dinner and breakfast were fantastic - their specials menu was especially good and breakfast had the best scrambled eggs I've had in a long time! All the staff were really nice and I was made feel very welcome. Allan runs a great pub and B&B and it was full of happy coast-to-coast hikers while I was there."
"Well located not far from the railway station, would seem to be a popular drink stop. Friendly atmosphere and staff happy for a chat. Good size room, large bathroom with shower over bath. Our walk group all had dinner together - great food, generous portions - and breakfast next morning was full English with good coffee too. Staff very helpful and friendly - Allan especially who gave us some good tips for a walk around the village. Only stayed one night prior to start of C2C. Take away lunch the only disappointment, would give higher rating otherwise. "
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10




5/5
Perfect
11 Reviews
Parkside Road, Cleator, Cumbria, United Kingdom
75.8km from Windermere
"Set in Cleator, 41 km from Windermere, Parkside Hotel boasts a restaurant, bar and free WiFi throughout the property. Free private parking is available on site. The rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV. Extras include free toiletries and a hair dryer. Keswick is 25 km from Parkside Hotel, while Ambleside is 36 km from the property."
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