Cheap Hotels in Cockermouth
Family-run country house hotel set in 3 acres of delightful grounds, overlooking Derwent Valley and the Fells beyond. Broughton Craggs provides a warm, friendly service and has won various Silver awards: Dating from 1858, it maintains original features and design. Above the banks of the River Derwent with rolling views over the Lakeland Fells, Broughton Craggs Hotel, with its own extensive grounds and gardens, offers the visitor the opportunity to enjoy the special hospitality and first-class cuisine of a hotel in a tranquil setting. On the edge of a traditional Cumbrian village only 3 miles from the centre of Cockermouth and 7 miles from the Solway Coast, Broughton Craggs is the ideal base for the business traveller or those requiring a wide variety of activities and interesting visits. After a hard day, relax around a roaring log fire in one of our lounges.
Near Castlegate House Gallery
Near the boardwalk
With free Wi-Fi throughout, the award-winning Trout Hotel is situated on the banks of the River Derwent, in Cockermouth. The town is adjacent to the childhood home of poet William Wordsworth. Ideally located for the Western Lakes and Cumbria's Energy Coast, this 4-star property combines contemporary luxury and period charm. Rooms at the Trout feature a satellite TV with Sky Sports and free Wi-Fi. Bathrooms include complimentary White Company toiletries. Some rooms boast garden and river views. The elegant AA Rosette award winning Derwent Restaurant serves fine English cuisine from an extensive à la carte menu. The modern Terrace Bar & Bistro has a varied menu and a heated outdoor seating area. The Trout Hotel has been a finalist in many regional and national awards, including Visit England and Cumbria Tourism's 'Best Large Hotel'. Bassenthwaite Lake is a 10-minute drive away and free parking is available at The Trout.
Hotels in Cockermouth
Within easy reach of the Lakes, Cockermouth in Cumbria is a lovely setting to spend a few days relaxing and exploring the sights.
In the town itself, you'll walk along ancient streets, following its original medieval outline, and lined with houses from the 17th to 19th centuries.
Places to visit
Occupied during Roman and Norman times, the history of Cockermouth stretches back through the ages. The town as we find it today is a mix of grand and picturesque buildings.
Make sure to check out Cockermouth Castle. This stately home is still lived in, while much of the wider structure is party ruined, as it dates right back to Norman times. It's only open once a year, so it's definitely worth planning your trip around this particular visit if possible.
Another great day out is Wordsworth House. Unsurprisingly, this was the birthplace of poet, William Wordsworth, and the house and gardens are an interesting find. There's even a working 18th-century kitchen to explore.
When it comes to having a great night out, make sure to visit the Kirkgate Centre to catch a play or enjoy some live music.
To make the most of your stay, try to find a Cockermouth hotel close to the centre of the town, so that you can really soak up the atmosphere. The Trout Hotel, along the river, Allerdale Court and Manor House Hotel are all worth a look.
Food and drink
From local breweries to restaurants, there's plenty of places to enjoy a bite to eat or a relaxing drink in the town.
Pop to Jennings Brewery, or The Lakes Distillery for a tipple and a fun day out, and for food, try some of the popular local eateries like Wild Zucchinis Bistro, serving Middle Eastern and Mediterranean dishes, sample vegetarian delights at Quince and Medlar, or visit The Coffee Kitchen if you're after a charming café.
However you spend your time in this beautiful little town, just remember to make the most of it and seek out some of these great little hotspots.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Cockermouth
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Cockermouth?The best hotels to stay in Cockermouth are Trout Hotel, Hundith Hill Hotel and Broughton Craggs Hotel.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Cockermouth?Broughton Craggs Hotel in Cockermouth offers one night in a double room at the price of £67.
What are the best hotels in Cockermouth near the center?Trout Hotel, Hundith Hill Hotel and Broughton Craggs Hotel are located in the central neighborhood of Cockermouth.
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