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THE
OLD GINN HOUSE INN

Popular Four Star Cumbrian Inn conveniently situated for visiting the area on business and also to explore the unspoilt Western Lake District and Solway Coast.

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SUPERFAST BROADBAND

We have now upgraded to Superfast Fibre available to all our guests.

CORONAVIRUS COVID-19

WE ARE NOW OPEN! And look forward to

welcoming you.

All bookings will be taken in accordance with

Government rules and guidance.

 

Now that our restaurant is open, we are no longer providing takeaway meals.  

But, due to popular requests, we will continue our Garden Buffet Takeaway, minimum order for 6 and we require an order at least 48 hrs in advance.

Good To Go England - Old Ginn House Inn.

If you make your room reservation directly with us, you will receive the best available room rate and you can book with a 24hr cancellation, excluding non-refundable/non-exchangeable bookings. (Your chosen cancellation policy will apply, regardless of Covid -19).

You can read our full COVID-19 information update and procedures here.

The expiry date for Gift Vouchers purchased before 17 May 2021 has been extended by 6 months.

For further information and to book -
Please telephone 01900 64616 or click 'Book Now'.

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The Old Ginn House is situated in the small village of Great Clifton in the Western Lake District.

It is close to the towns of Cockermouth, Workington, Whitehaven and Maryport, the Lake District UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the natural beauty of the Solway Coast.

The Old Ginn House has been converted from a 17th century farmstead into a charming village Inn, built around an appealing courtyard and patio area, with ample free parking facilities.

Family run, with quality en-suite accommodation, a new Holiday Let, and excellent food served in our unique 'Ginn Room' bar and dining areas, our aim is to ensure you have a most relaxing and enjoyable visit.

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