Neil and the Team welcome you to Rosegarth in tranquil Ravenglass, an ancient village built on the site of Glannaventa, a Roman fort and port. Rosegarth overlooks the beautiful River Esk estuary, and for several generations was the local Doctors home and practice. The building retains many original features from the Victorian era and offers visitors a friendly and comfortable base from which to explore this wonderful corner of the Lake District.
We have eight bedrooms ranging from singles through twins and doubles to a purpose built family complex (1 double and 2 singles), all rooms are en-suite. SKY SPORTS is available on the Visitors Lounge TV.
Offering secure bike/equipment storage, cleaning and drying facilities, Rosegarth is ideal for cyclists, hill walkers, and bird watchers and is perfectly situated at the start of the Hadrian's Wall (Route 72) cycle route and the Cumberland Way, we are also on the Cumbria Coastal Way.
The Bay Horse in the village of Ravenglass is a listed 18th Century former Coaching Inn which was once used by passing travellers waiting for the tide to recede before continuing on their journey over the river Esk ford.
The Owners have restored the building to enhance its charm and character, revealing many of its original features along the way. These include oak lintels, doors, panelling, oak beams and fireplaces. If you like old properties you will love this home.
The Bay Horse offers 2 double bedrooms furnished to a high standard both with en-suite shower rooms. A single room with the use of a private bathroom is also available. Each room contains a TV with freeview, hair dryer and tea and coffee making facilities. being just a Stones throw from the sea there is even provision for storage of canoes.