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Calder House Hotel
Calder house Hotel
The Banks

Seascale
Cumbria

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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 are ensuite and have all the amenties, tv, tea/cofee making facalities, hairdryer, iron and wireless internet. Wine and dine in our beautiful Victorian dining room overlooking Seascale beach and enjoy spectacular views of our western coastline. As with Chapters Bar , Chamberlain’s offers a full mouthwatering menu and ‘specials of the day’. The Calder House Hotel is the ideal setting for that small business meeting. Tivoli Garden Function Room: We now are able to offer you a full audio-visual experience with a permanent dance floor, embedded audio system, large screen cinema/video disco lighting and telecoms interface for Internet/teleconferencing. The video system is also designed for computer presentations with VGA inputs in convenient locations We can offer a full range of services for you: Morning Coffee – Lunches – Afternoon Tea – Buffets can be included in you business package. Chamberlain's Restaurant is a perfect setting for the small party or meeting. Victorian theme and artifacts with a splendid view of the Cumbrian coast. For that special occasion Chamberlain’s can be hired for your private function with seating for twenty people we will be able to cater for your party, birthdays, anniversaries, or just a get together. Behind calder house is seascale golf club, a 18 links golf coarse one of the best in the area,just 10 miles away is Wasdale voted the best view in Britain.

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