Cockermouth – the birth place of William Wordsworth

Workington – an ancient market and industrial town at the mouth of the river Derwent

Whitehaven – a Georgian town with a harbour and marina

Maryport – once a small fishing village and then a coal port with a harbour and marina

Keswick – a pretty market town

St Bees – on the Western Coast, St Bees Head, the most westerly point of Cumbria, is the start of the ‘Coast to Coast Walk’

Allonby – beach & village on the coast

Silloth – a town on the shoreline of the Solway Firth

Carlisle – City and the County town of Cumbria



Workington Golf Club is situated near the Old Ginn House Inn.

This superb 18 hole James Braid designed parkland golf course offers a challenging par 72 course with superb views of the Solway Firth and the Cumbrian Fells.

If booked through The Old Ginn House Inn, we can offer guests a reduction of £10.00 per round at The Workington Golf Club (see for prices)

Other local Golf Courses (click links)


Situated in stunning scenery on the fringe of the Western Lake District, Kiln Wood brings a new and unique offering to the world of Simulated Driven Game shooting.

Kiln Wood Shoot (click link)


5 of the 10 Top Britain’s Best Walks (as voted in 2018) are in the Lake District 

# 1 Helvellyn – England’s 3rd highest peak, includes ‘Striding Edge’ a challenging ridge walk

# 4 Catbells – a popular family walk

# 5 Scafell Pike – England’s highest mountain

# 7 Buttermere Circular Walk – a great family favorite

# 8 Old Man of Coniston – one of the best known mountains in the Lake District

Guided Walks – by Richie Torrance, Mountain Leader

Fully qualified, first aid trained, insured Lake District mountain leader. An easy walk around the Lakes and valleys or a more strenuous mountain hike. 

Contact - 07500831378