Westlakes Hotel is a beautiful late Georgian Country House set in three acres of tranquil mature gardens, situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. We have a choice of ten ensuite bedrooms and each room is individually designed to give a comfortable space to work or relax in, with complimentary wireless internet connection. You can be sure of the warmest welcome and friendly service from Geoff and Debra, and our experienced friendly staff.
Our 28 cover restaurant is open from 6.30pm until 8.30pm Monday to Thursday and Saturday. We offer a table dhote menu which is priced at 1 course for Â£16.50, 2 courses for Â£21.50 or 3 courses for Â£26.50 Please book to avoid disappointment. Special Seasonal Offers are usually available, please call or follow us on Facebook or Twitter for more information. To the east is the spectacular scenery of the Lake District, while to the west, the Cumbrian coast offers long, uncrowded beaches. Indeed the area offers the best of both worlds; it is attractive but remains unknown by the majority of the Lake District tourists.
From the South Leave the M6 at Junction 36 and take the A590 which is signposted for Kendal. After 3 miles bear left onto the A590 signposted for Barrow. At Greenodd take the A5092 which becomes the A595 at Grizebeck. Follow this road to the tjunction where you will turn right onto the A595 signposted for Whitehaven. On arriving to Gosforth you will find Westlakes Hotel on the left hand side at the Seascale/Gosforth crossroads.
From the North Leave the M6 at junction 40, heading west on the A66 to Cockermouth Sheep and Wool Centre roundabout. Take to first exit on to the A5086 to Egremont. At the Egremont roundabout take the first exit on heading south on the A595. Go through Calderbridge and New Mill until you come to Gosforth where you will find Westlakes Hotel on the right hand side at the Gosforth/Seascale crossroads. There is ample parking in our private car park available for all guests. If you are travelling to The Westlakes Hotel from the South, please do not follow your SatNav use the directions provided SatNavs often go through and over the mountains.
- Children Allowed