1692 Wasdale

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New for 2018!

1692 Wasdale is a unique and delightful, Boutique Bed & Breakfast .

Set in an elevated location just outside the village of Gosforth with views of the Scafells, Great Gable and many of the Western Lake District’s best mountains to the west and across the Irish Sea as far as the Isle of Man in the east.

Only 4 miles from Seascale Links golf course and with other courses close by, we are perfectly located for a golfing trip in the beautiful undiscovered Western Lakes.

1692 Wasdale is a stylish twist on a barn conversion. We have kept the exposed stone walls & high beamed ceilings and added modern luxurious interiors with contemporary decor. Inside you will find: 5 well appointed en-suite bedrooms plus a lounge; dining room; boot room for wet clubs, coats, shoes and a well stocked fully licensed honesty bar.

After a day out on the course, you can relax and rejuvenate here.

Our 5 bedrooms are each unique in their layout and decor but all are finished to the same exacting standards and include a super-king size bed; organic cotton linens; Egyptian cotton towels; stunning bathrooms by Porcelanosa with walk-in showers; 4K TV’s; tea and coffee including Nespresso machine and your own west facing patio.

Additionally, 2 of our bedrooms have a mezzanine bathroom with free standing bath and for flexibility 2 of our rooms can be configured as 3ft twin beds.

Set in its own grounds with ample parking including undercover for cherished vehicles & bikes and surrounded by worked farmland, 1692 Wasdale is an oasis for peace and relaxation.

For a more bespoke stay, please contact us direct to discuss your requirements. We can provide evening meals here or book local restaurants on your behalf; massage can be provided in your room; there’s a home cinema or table tennis room and we can even accept helicopters. The more notice you give, the more we can help to make this your best golfing break yet!

We look forward to meeting you,

Faith and Steve Newell.

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