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Holmrook, like much of the surrounding country, has Viking roots. The name is derived from the Scandinavian and means “Island of Rooks”. The Irish left their mark here too, in the beautiful 9th century cross in the churchyard of St Paul’s Ireton, a mile outside the village. This 10’ high cross pre-dates the arrival of the Norsemen, and is beautifully simple, without figurative design, its decoration being fret and vine patterns. St Paul’s church is a Victorian replacement for a more ancient building, but it is noteworthy for stained-glass windows by Burne-Jones. Holmrook is on the River Irt, where there is good Salmon fishing, and which in earlier days was noted for its mussel pearls. The settlement has retained those essentials of village life, pub, post office, church. Situated on the A595 coast road Holmrook is easily reached, and makes a good base for touring local sites: taking the Ratty narrow-gauge from Dalegarth Station two miles away to go up the Eskdale Valley to Boot, Eskdale Corn Mill, and the stone circles; or just a few miles away the Sellafield Visitor Centre, one of the UK’s most visited attractions for its hands-on take on science, and its Immersion Cinema; or for those seeking to stretch their limbs there are the fells aplenty to the east.


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Bridge Inn
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Boot Inn
Brook House Inn
Lutwidge Arms Hotel
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Eskdale Stores
Woodlands Tea Room
Spindle Craft
Santon Bridge Gift Shop

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Lutwidge Arms Hotel (0.12 miles)

Lutwidge Arms Hotel
The Lutwidge Arms Hotel dates back to the 1850's and taking the name of the Lutwidge family of Holmrook Hall, (who includes Lewis Carroll of Alice in Wonderland fame), it combined the roles of working ... More | visit website
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Carleton Green (0.85 miles)

Carleton Green
Built in 1749 this elegant Grade II listed Georgian country residence, situated in the Lake District National Park, has many period features, providing excellent luxury accommodation, all set within an acre of mature, private and ... More | visit website
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Victoria Hotel (0.95 miles)

Welcome to the The Victoria Hote, is a country hotel with a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. It has been extensively renovated and features six en-suite bedrooms.

The Hotel is situated just 5 miles south of the ... More | visit website
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Hodgson House (1.71 miles)

Hodgson House

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At the foot of the Lake District's Western Fells, Hodgson House (left of left photograph) is one of a select number of properties enjoying a stunning setting ... More

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The Pennington (2.15 miles)

The Pennington

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This beachfront hotel, a 16th century coaching inn in the village of Ravenglass, is an exciting new addition to the many attractions of Muncaster and Ravenglass.
Opened in early 2007, this hotel ... More

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Muncaster Country Guesthouse (2.24 miles)

Muncaster Country Guesthouse
Formerly the village school, Muncaster Country Guest House is now a four star guest house full of character and charm. Owners Sue & Vin invite you to enjoy the relaxing and informal home from home ... More | visit website
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Westlakes Hotel (2.26 miles)

Westlakes Hotel

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Westlakes Hotel is a late Georgian Country House, which is set in 3 acres of tranquil mature gardens situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Located in the Western ... More

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Bridge Inn (2.36 miles)

Bridge Inn
The Bridge Inn once a 16th century mail coaches halt is now a fine well established award winning Country Inn with rooms situated near Wastwater (Britain's Favourite View) and Scafell (England's highest mountain) and lots ... More | visit website
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Bailey Ground Hotel (2.62 miles)

Bailey Ground Hotel

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This family run hotel is located just 50 metres from the sea in the western Lake District. Including Ice-Cream Parlour, Coffee Shop, Free WiFi and ample car parking. Opened in ... More

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Calder House Hotel (2.76 miles)

Calder House Hotel
Calder house is an imposing victorian 16 bedroom hotel on the west coast of cumbria. Originally a former girls boarding school calder house has retained many of its orginal features. All rooms ... More | visit website

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