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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)

Looking for a golfing break,


to organise your golfing experience.

Tailor-made to suit your requirements   


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

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