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Wastwater: (Photos courtesy of Roger & Laura Davies)

Don’t be deceived into thinking Gosforth Hall is just another Lakeland located Cumbrian Hotel, it is in fact a rare find of a 350 year old Grade II* listed building operating as a warm and inviting Inn – offering 9 en-suite bedrooms, a pub with very well kept real ales and a menu offering a choice of dishes including Rod’s homemade and well respected pies.

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Gosforth Hall is located along the gateway to Wasdale Valley

Voted “Best View in Britain 2007″

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Gosforth Hall Inn Garden

In recognition of our affordable well kept Real Ales and warm welcome we were awarded Runner-up CAMRA Pub of the Year 2008 for West Cumbria and to better reflect the hospitality and atmosphere, have renamed the hotel to an Inn.

Gosforth Hall is ideally located for the Wasdale and Eskdale valley, St Bees, Nether Wasdale, Seascale, Drigg, Sellafield and Westlakes Science park.

Free WIFI is available in the Gosforth Hall Inn Lounge.

The Inn offers 9 en-suite guest bedrooms, all have tea and coffee making facilities and televisions.

The spacious Suite boasts a 4-poster bed, a giant en-suite bath, exposed beams that were from the hull of a ship, sunken off the Irish coast and proves popular for a special weekend away.


Gosforth Hall Inn Famous Pie

Listed in the CAMRA Good Beer guide since 2005, the Bar offers an alternating range of quality Real Ales including, Fever Pitch, Hawkshead, Thirst Run, Top Totty, Black Sheep, Theakston’s and Golden Pippen to name a few.

With Eskdale, St Bees and Seascale golf courses close by, Golfers can set themselves a 3-peak challange over the weekend.

For the Fishermen the Inn is positioned near to the River Esk and Irt, where ‘The Occasional Salmon’ was filmed.

The owners, Rod and Barbara provide a warm and relaxed home-from-home feel and operate one menu that can be eaten in the Bar, Lounge or Restaurant.  On the menu, and fast becoming a popular choice is Rod’s Homemade Pies which are served with homemade mushy peas and real chips.  Having sold over 8,500 pies since January 2008, Rod is often found making pastry or concocting a new pie filling in the kitchen.  An example of this month’s options range from Steak, Bacon & Mushroom to Veal, Plum & Port, Stilton & Broccoli and Moroccan Lamb.