Meadow Bank Guest House lies in the heart of the unspoilt North Western Lake District, at the foot of Whinlatter Pass, just eight miles from the popular market town of Keswick. We are located just a few miles from the lakes of Crumockwater, Loweswater, Buttermere, Bassenthwaite, Ennerdale and Derwentwater, all of which offer the visitor breathtaking scenery and and sailing and fishing. Nearby Whinlatter Forest Park is ideal for nature lovers and has a variety of walks for all to enjoy. A variety of birds and animals call this area home and visitors to the park can often see ospreys and red squirrels, to name but a few.
The guest house is located in the village of Lorton and on each side of the local Boon Beck bridge are buildings that were once used by the Jennings family at the beginning of their brewery. The Jennings moved to Cockermouth at the beginning of the nineteenth century and their famous ales are still brewed there today. With so much to see and do in the locality, you are sure to want to start the day on a full stomach. A full English or continental breakfast is served in our lovely dining room with views to Kirkfell and beyond.
Meadow Bank Guest House offers one twin bedded en-suite room and one double bedroom with private bathroom. Each room has tea and coffee making facilities and a radio. A colour television and cosy log fire can be found in the comfortable guests lounge.
We are only too happy to try to cater for special dietary requirements. Drying facilities and secure bike storage are available to guests. Packed lunches are available on request.