Run by: Rod & Barbara Davies
Discounts available if you mention this website or the guide book. The Gosforth is a 17th century hall of great period charm. The rooms are comfortable and log fires lend to the ambience. The homemade pies are an increasingly popular feature and the cask conditioned ales are tip top. A great deal of effort from Rod and Barbara has gone into making this a comfortable and successful old-fashioned country inn. Nearby Wasdale Valley boasts England's deepest lake and highest mountain. Courtesy bus to nearby Ravenglass is available to take you to the start at Ravenglass.
Run by: Managers: Andy & Sam Smith
500m from the end/start of Hadrian’s Cycleway. Good range of facilities. Easy walking distance to pubs and restaurants. Member of the Camping & Caravanning Club. Between £6.54 and £9.19 a night per person. Contact site for details.
Run by: Sandra & Peter Smith
Ideal for small groups and handy for the start/finish of the ride. Log fires, home-cooked food, real ale. You can leave your car. Warm atmosphere and secure lock-up. All rooms have en-suite shower and toilet and are supplied with hair-dryer, tea and coffee making facilities and colour television. The Hotel is located in the village of Drigg on the Cumbrian Coast and was originally built to service the railway that runs along the coast from Barrow-in-Furness to Carlisle.
Run by: Sue & Vin Weston
Guest House is now a comfortable family run cycle stopover. All bedrooms are en-suite on the ground floor and there is also a guest lounge (with bar) to relax in before you begin (or end) your trip. A hearty cooked breakfast is included with your stay. There is parking for 15 cars and you are welcome to leave your car it until your return (with prior arrangement). Secure cycle storage available.
Run by: Elaine Gissing
Attractively and authentically restored 1764 house which Elaine and Mike spent 18 months working on before opening in May 2008. Old beams and wooden lintels now in evidence, along with warm hospitality and a generous Cumbrian breakfast. A great place to start or finish, as it is right next to the sea.