The Kellbank Hotel Tucked away in the quaint Cumbrian village of Gosforth just 10 minutes drive from Scafell Pike Wastwater (Britains Favourite view 2010) beautiful Blue Flag beach of Seascale and the oldest Viking cross depicting Loki at St Mary s Church. With views of the stunning western fells visible from most bedrooms. This family run former coaching inn offers free Wi-Fi free parking amazing restaurant and stunning bar with selection of cask ales and over 35 gins! The Kellbank was once a historic coaching and still retains many period features including the mounting block at the front entrance exposed stone fire places and open log fires. The charming exterior with cobbled pavement harks back to a bygone age and blends seamlessly with the modern extension to the rear of the building which houses the bedrooms and restaurant. We proudly boast the best food in the area and chef Peter is always using local ingredients some of which is sourced from the family s farm to create fresh new menu ideas to keep the customers coming back the daily specials boards create quite a stir. All 20 beautifully appointed en-suite rooms are located in a quiet area towards the rear of the hotel and provide a range of modern amenities including free Wi-Fi tea and coffee making facilities with freshly ground coffee and Sky movies sports and BT sports (among others) The rooms on the ground floor offer views over the hotel gardens and provide easier access whereas the first floor rooms afford views over the Wasdale Valley and one in particular you can see England s highest peak the majestic Scafell Pike. With most rooms recently refurbished along with the bar restaurant and public toilets you wont be disappointed. We even have room for 3 camper van hook ups available on the large car park. There is large secured kids play park and on Sunday we offer free kids entertainer when eating with us.
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