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Population: 1020
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Gosforth is a small, beautiful village located in Cumbria’s National Park, hardly surprising that the location is ideal for walkers. Artists and photographers will refuse to move at nearby Wastwater, which is the deepest lake in England, surrounded by Mountains and breath stealing spectacular views. The village forges links far back into the history books and proudly shows the tallest, and oldest Viking Cross in England, inside the church there are many treasures to be found not least amazing Hogsback Tombs.

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Gosforth Amateur Dramatic Society

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Globe Inn
Lion & Lamb
The Kellbank


Globe Inn
Gosforth Hall Hotel


Gosforth C of E School


Lakeland Habit Shop & Cafe
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Denton House
Ramblers of Gosforth Ltd

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Westlakes Hotel (0.63 miles)

Westlakes Hotel

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Westlakes Hotel is a late Georgian Country House, which is set in 3 acres of tranquil mature gardens situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Located in the Western ... More

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Lutwidge Arms Hotel (2.46 miles)

Lutwidge Arms Hotel
The Lutwidge Arms Hotel dates back to the 1850's and taking the name of the Lutwidge family of Holmrook Hall, (who includes Lewis Carroll of Alice in Wonderland fame), it combined the roles of working ... More | visit website
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Sella Park House Hotel (2.47 miles)

Sella Park House Hotel

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A 16th Centuary Hotel located within 6 acres of mature gardens and riverside location in the heart of the Western Lake District.The traditional Priory Restaurant uses only the best locally ... More

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Calder House Hotel (2.54 miles)

Calder House Hotel
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 ... More | visit website
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Bailey Ground Hotel (2.65 miles)

Bailey Ground Hotel

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This family run hotel is located just 50 metres from the sea in the western Lake District. Including Ice-Cream Parlour, Coffee Shop, Free WiFi and ample car parking. Opened in ... More

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Bridge Inn (2.86 miles)

Bridge Inn
The Bridge Inn once a 16th century mail coaches halt is now a fine well established award winning Country Inn with rooms situated near Wastwater (Britain's Favourite View) and Scafell (England's highest mountain) and lots ... More | visit website
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Victoria Hotel (2.97 miles)

Welcome to the The Victoria Hote, is a country hotel with a welcoming and friendly atmosphere. It has been extensively renovated and features six en-suite bedrooms.

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Hodgson House (2.98 miles)

Hodgson House

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At the foot of the Lake District's Western Fells, Hodgson House (left of left photograph) is one of a select number of properties enjoying a stunning setting ... More

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Royal Oak (3.42 miles)

Royal Oak
A warm welcome awaits customers - old and new to the Royal Oak. We are open seven days a week... serving lunches from 12-2pm Monday to Saturday and 12-3pm Sundays. Open every evening from 6pm and ... More | visit website
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Carleton Green (3.43 miles)

Carleton Green
Built in 1749 this elegant Grade II listed Georgian country residence, situated in the Lake District National Park, has many period features, providing excellent luxury accommodation, all set within an acre of mature, private and ... More | visit website

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