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Welcome to Wheyrigg Hall Hotel

Address: Wheyrigg, Wigton, CA7 0DH

Hotel Description

An award-winning, family-run hotel a 10-minute drive to the sea, the Wheyrigg Hall Hotel is an old converted farmhouse with a garden, a bar and a restaurant. Parking is free. Carlisle and the Bassenthwaite Lake are a 30-minute drive from the Wheyrigg, while Wigton Railway Station is just a 5 minutes’ drive away. A full English breakfast is served in the large dining room in the morning and guests can enjoy frequently changing lunch, tea and dinner menus. The bar also serves snacks throughout the day. The bedrooms are well-equipped with their own bathroom, TVs, radios and tea/coffee making facilities.

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The Location Of Hotel Was Exactly What We Were Looking...
The location of hotel was exactly what we were looking for and had every thing been satisfactory then we would not have any complaint. The managerial staff worked hard but I am afraid there seemed to be a lack of supervision of the cleaning staff. Probably management was working on too lower staff budget. In fairness to manager/owner I was allowed £25 (twentyfive pound) reduction off the billand she was most apologetic for the inconvienience.

Anonymous - 22nd Jul, 2007
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Silloth on Solway Golf Club - Wigton - Golf

Silloth on Solway Golf Club - Wigton - Golf

Distance 5.91 miles (9.45 km)
Situated on the north west coast of Cumbria, Silloth on Solway Golf Club is blessed with stunning views of the Galloway Hills to the north, and south to the Lakeland fells and the distant Isle of Man. The Championship links of over 6,600 yards has been laid out over the sand-hills west of town, touched by some of the great classical golf architects, but mostly moulded by Nature herself. The links is currently one of the R & A Regional Qualifying Courses for the Open. Hazards consist of heather and bent; whin and broom; heroic bunkers and sandy wastes.