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Posted 20 March 2023

2 nights 4* Cumbria Hunday Manor Country House Hotel (Workington) for 2 adults with daily breakfast £119 @ Travelzoo

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Two Night's stay at 4* 18th century Hunday Manor Country House Hotel for two adults located in Cumbria (Workington), staying in a superior room with daily breakfast. Two nights stay of £119 based on March to June stay, valid Sunday to Thursday (£10 supplement for Friday and Saturday's). Free parking. You purchase a voucher from Travelzoo then call the hotel on 01900 61798 or email info@hundaymanorhotel.co.uk (http://hundaymanorhotel.co.uk) to make a reservation for your desired travel dates. Refundable for 14 days. Next best price based on booking the hotel directly

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What's Included

  • Valid Sunday-Thursday 17 March-30 June, 2023. Fridays and Saturdays are an extra £10 per night (payable direct to the hotel
  • A £20-per-night supplement applies to 7-10 April; 29 April-1 May; 6-8, 27-29 May (payable direct to the hotel)
  • Two nights' accommodation in a Superior Double Room, with daily full English breakfast, for two
  • Free parking
  • Children are not able to stay as part of this offer.
  • Pets are not permitted to stay as part of this offer.

More info

  • Set in extensive gardens, this 18th-century manor has panoramic views of the Cumbrian coast
  • The pretty towns of Ambleside, Grasmere, and Keswick are all within 45 minutes' drive.
  • You can have a tipple at The Lakes Distillery at Bassenthwaite — around 20 minutes' drive away — or walk the St Bees Head Heritage Coast, which is approximately 25 minutes' drive from the hotel.
  • A designated red squirrel reserve and England's only true mountain forest, Whinlatter Forest Park is approximately 30 minutes' drive from the hotel.
  • Walkers will be spoiled for choice — the hotel recommends a stroll around the shoreline of Buttermere, or for a more serious hike, a climb up Catbells on the western shore of Derwentwater. Both can be reached from the hotel in around 35 minutes by car.
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  1. irradiated's avatar
    be careful,, its just gone bankrupt and then amazingly re opened, lets hope all those with deposits for large events havnt lost out
    RyanC92's avatar
    I grew up nearby and the ownership has now passed back to owners from a few years ago when it had a much better reputation
  2. zubsha02's avatar
    15 mins drive to cross the boundry of lake district.

    1hr 5mins to windermere
    29mins to keswick
    doozeruk's avatar
    Would take me 5 hours first to drive there
  3. intime's avatar
    Fridays and Saturdays are an extra £10 per night. plus a £20-per-night supplement applies to 7-10 April, 29 April-1 May, 6-8; and 27-29 May.

    So go most weekends, and it's £150. For comparison, Trivago charges £178 for 6-8 May with free cancellation, but no breakfast. Not a deal for me as I'd rather pick a preferred hotel and place to visit.
  4. Rockcake's avatar
    A 15 minute drive would easily get you to Bassenthwaite Lake (fun fact the only actual one named "Lake"). I live a few miles away. The hotel has only recently got new owners after the place closed for a week or two.
    Kushagra's avatar
    Is the place worth visiting now? Considering I'll be using rail and I don't have a car
  5. DeanHaycock's avatar
    Stayed here many times. Lovely hotel
  6. Amazeda_World's avatar
    Wanted to travel with kids aged 9 and 14 . Spoke to hotel they say “buy 2 vouchers “ any suggestions if that’s the best deal or should I shop around? Just loved this location
  7. Dejaque's avatar
    Thanks, ordered, hopefully it's decent
  8. Amazeda_World's avatar
    Just booked other hotel with family rooms . Any suggestions for places to visit with kids aged 9 and 14 . Thx in advance
  9. wharton588's avatar
    not dog friendly
    f56's avatar
    Good news
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