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A traditional, vibrant pub with four beautiful en-suite rooms, all with super king size beds. Ideally placed to explore the city or you could choose to settle in and enjoy with its open fires, real ale and cider, gigs and traditional sessions and great nights of spoken word, quiz and comedy. There is a great menu on offer to accompany your beer, all homemade where possible with sausage and mash, stews and soups, a twist on the traditional 'Sunday Dinner' and tasty bar snacks.  Featured by Oz Clarke and James May on TV, described in Lonely Planet magazine by the former as one of the ‘best pubs I’ve ever been in.’

Details:
Rooms: 4D/T. B&B: D/T £80, S £70, Family £100 (inc continental or cooked b’fast). Opening hours: 3pm-11pm Mon, Tues, Thurs & Sun; and 3pm-12am Wed, Fri & Sat. Food served: 3pm till 8pm. Packed lunch: £5. Secure cycle storage. Drying facilities.

Contact:
Tel: 0191 265 1725
Mob: 0191 265 6151
Email: info@thecumberlandarms.co.uk
Web: www.thecumberlandarms.co.uk


Run by: David Lindsay

Comfortable and cosy without being remotely stuffy. As a guest you can hunker down in front of the fire or go and have a beer in the lively public bar. The food is well executed and reasonably priced and the rooms are very comfortable without being expensive. A class operation at an affordable price.

Details:
Rooms: 2D, 4T B&B: £32-£44 Eve meal: from £7-£17 Pk lunch: £7.95 Secure lock-up and drying facilities

Contact:
Tel: 01434 681232
Email: david.lindsay13@btinternet.com
Web: www.hadrianhotel.co.uk


Run by: Duty Manager

This splendid Edwardian hotel was built in 1905 on the site of the original Crown and Mitre Inn. There's a blazing log fire in the lobby and 25 rooms have been refurbished, with five of them now containing the full Sky package. It also has a family suite with a Playstation 3 and can take a family of 5 people.The swimming pool has also been fully re-furbished. The Crown & Mitre really welcomes cyclists and is a truly comfortable and stylish place to take a night off and rest your weary limbs. Great for groups.

Details:
Rooms: 16S, 78 D/T. B&B: £40pp (single supplement £20). Secure cycle storage. Excellent restaurant serving a wide variety of meals.


Run by: Susan Harper

Friendly guest house with a unique attraction, 50m from Hadrian route: complimentary therapies available - massage, reflexology and reiki. Spa suite, hot tub and sauna so ideal for an exhausted cyclist. Large garden, secure parking for bikes.

Details:
Rooms: 1S, 2D, 1T. B&B: £30. Pk lunch: from £4. Eve meal: £7-£10. On route. VisitBritain 3 stars. Pub: nearby.  

Contact:
Tel: 01228 711 953
Email: hazeldean1@btopenworld.com
Web: www.hazeldeantherapycentre.com


Run by: Sandra Rudd

Ideal for groups, this charming Georgian Grade II listed farmhouse has a splendid bunkhouse in a splendidly converted stable. Stunning views across the marshes and sands to Scotland. You can leave your car here and there’s a secure lock-up. The bunkhouse sleeping area now separate from living area.

Details:
Rooms: 1D/T, 1T. B&B: £27 (£30 for single occ). Bunkhouse: sleeps 13, £10 a night. Breakfast from £3.50. Cooking facilities and pots/pans provided. Drying facilities. VisitBritain: 3-stars. Graded bunkhouse.

Contact:
Tel: 01228 576398
Email: ruddshillside1@btinternet.com
Web: www.hadrianswalkbnb.co.uk


Run by: Joe Hancock

Family owned country pub with home cooked food and three real ales, mostly from a 20-mile radius. There’s a secure lock-up and a boiler room for drying out kit. Part of the Cyclists Welcome scheme. Very obliging and right on the route. Home-cooked traditional fare with an extensive specials board served seven days a week. Open all day. Dogs welcome, no charge.

Details:
Rooms: 1D, 2T, 1F (1D & 2S) B&B: £30 (no single supp). Discounts for children. Eve meal: from £6.75. Pk lunch: Yes. Flexible on this. Pse pre-order. VisitBritain: 4 stars

Contact:
Tel: 016973 51460
Email: portpub@reallygoodpubs.com
Web: www.hopeandanchorinn.com


Run by: Susan Dahl

Ideal first night stop for those taking it at a gentle pace from Ravenglass, Armidale is set in half an acre of land with a small orchard. It has wood-burning stoves in the lounge and dining room and is centrally heated. There are slate floors in the lounge and hall with wood floors in the dining room and bedroom. Great breakfast and top end accommodation. Credit cards now accepted. Also handy for the Hadrian Way.

Details:
Rooms: 2D. B&B: £35 - £43. Pk Lunch: on request. Local inspection: Commended.

Contact:
Tel: 01900 63704
Email: armidalecotts@hotmail.com
Web: www.armidalecottages.co.uk


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You can leave your car here for the duration of the ride. Good for groups, Chase is a privately owned Victorian former gentleman's residence in two acres of grounds. Quiet and comfortable with plenty of parking space, yet only a short stroll from the town centre. There is a secure lock-up for bikes (they have been looking after C2Cers since the route opened).

Details:
Rooms: 23. 6S, 4T, 13D. B&B: from £35 for groups of 10 or more. Eve meal: £7 - £15. 2-courses £15. Pk lunch: from £5 Fully licensed: 0.25 miles from route. Town centre. Car parking for duration.

Contact:
Tel: 01946 693656
Email: chase1@tms-connect.co.uk
Web: www.chasewhitehaven.co.uk


Run by: Andy Gainford & Steve Ainley

An imposing Victorian former girls’ boarding school, perched above the sands seven miles from Ravenglass. Calder House is now a charming, old-fashioned, well-run seaside hotel with good beers, well priced and well chosen wines, and a competitive and inviting menu. Great value and a real throw back to the Edwardian era.

Details:
Rooms: 4T, 12D. B&B: £30-£40. Secure lock up.

Contact:
Tel: 019467 28538
Email: info@calderhouse.co.uk
Web: www.calderhouse.co.uk


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.

Details:
Rooms: 2D. 1S B&B: £27.50-£35 Eve meal: pubs up the road. Pk lunch: £5. Secure storage.


Run by: Julie & Stephen Shepherd

Attractive campsite and cottages for rent close to the route between Ravenglass and Seascale, 5 miles from start/end of route so is an ideal last night or first night place to pitch your tent, with stunning views across the National Park. Set in 210 acres of farmland, there's plenty of space for caravans, too. Underfloor heating at the family amenity block and plenty of showers. Secure cycle lock-up plus hose-down facilities. Also cottages for rent for those wanting to stay for a few days and explore.

Details:
70 licensed plots. £10.50 per pitch (high season); £8.50 low season. £3 per adult. 3 cottages for rent.

Contact:
Tel: 019467 29907
Email: contact@shepherdsviews.co.uk
Web: www.shepherdsviews.co.uk