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Melbreak Country Hotel
Winscales Road
Great Clifton

Workington
Cumbria

CA14 1XS | View map

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This family-run hotel rests on the western edge of the Lake District, offering dramatic, panoramic views of the Loweswater Valley and mountains beyond. Set against the imposing Melbreak, from which the hotel takes it name, and the rugged coastline of the Solway Firth, this country house hotel lies in 3 acres of idyllic grounds. The new Conservatory Restaurant provides superb views of the surrounding landscape. The lounge bar, popular with locals and guests alike, is a relaxing place to enjoy a drink or light snack.
Conveniently positioned just off the A66, the main route through the North Lakes, The Melbreak Country Hotel offers easy access for Workington and the Cumbrian coast.

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