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A slight detour from the marked route. It is full of fine Georgian architecture, it is set at the point where two rivers meet, the Derwent and the Cocker, both famous salmon rivers. It holds an attraction for writers and poets, as it is the birthplace of William Wordsworth.
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YHA Buttermere is set in an unrivalled position, overlooking the lake and surrounded by some of the highest mountains in England. There are fantastic walks to suit all abilities direct from the door, including Haystacks, made famous by Alfred Wainwright. Buttermere and Crummock Water offer gentle family walks around their shores with plenty to discover and, for the more adventurous, there is great wild swimming potential. Buttermere also offers great cycling routes, gentle rides out towards the Loweswater Fells or over some of the area's steepest passes.
3 double rooms (shared facilities)
2 family rooms (shared facilities)
Last updated: 9/11/2015
Double Mills, Cockermouth Cumbria CA13 ODS
Property type: Youth Hostel
This 17th century watermill on the banks of the River Cocker is just a 10-minute walk from the centre of busy Cockermouth where you’ll find William Wordsworth’s birthplace and Jenning’s Brewery.
Last updated: 9/11/2015
Manor House Hotel
Crown Street, Cockermouth Cumbria CA13 0EH
Property type: Country House Hotel
A 19th century Georgian style listed building, the family run hotel has 12 individually styled en-suite bedrooms. Each is fitted with direct dial telephone, colour television, tea and coffee making facilities, trouser press and hairdryers.
Location and supplementary information[view map] From the South: Leave M6 at junction 40, follow A66, following signs to Keswick/Workington. At the Cockermouth roundabout (Lakeland Sheep and Wool Centre on the left)
follow signs for Workington to next roundabout where take third exit(Cockermouth).