Rosegarth Guest House

Main StreetCA18 1SQRavenglassUnited Kingdom
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About Rosegarth Guest House

Occupying renovated Victorian premises facing three estuaries in picture-postcard Ravenglass village in the gorgeous Lake District National Park, Rosegarth Guest House offers bed and breakfast accommodation showcasing period details like fireplaces and exposed beams.

Bright, tastefully-furnished rooms enjoying estuary or garden views feature en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and hot drinks provisions. Deluxe and family rooms are available.

Pets are allowed by request. Amenities comprise a lounge, rustic dining room, bike storage, walled gardens, drying facilities, complimentary parking and free Wi-Fi throughout.

A complimentary full English breakfast is included. Packed lunches are available. There are village pubs serving food just steps away.

Rosegarth Guest House is two minutes’ walk from Ravenglass railway station for Cumbrian Coast mainline trains plus the La’al Ratty narrow gauge railway running seven miles inland. The ruins of Ravenglass Roman Bath House are about 15 minutes’ walk away. Stunning Wast Water lake is nine miles away.

Contact

Main Street, CA18 1SQ, Ravenglass, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44(1229)717275 | Official Homepage

Top amenities

  • Free WiFi in lobby
  • Free WiFi in rooms
  • Pool
  • Spa
  • Parking
  • Pets
  • A/C
  • Restaurant
  • Hotel bar
  • Gym

All amenities

Hotel facilities

  • Car park
  • Free WiFi in lobby
  • Gym
  • Laundry service
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Pets allowed
  • Terrace
  • WiFi in lobby

Room facilities

  • Bathroom with shower
  • Central heating
  • Electric kettle
  • Free WiFi in rooms
  • Hairdryer
  • Internet
  • Satellite TV
  • Television
  • WiFi in rooms

For children

  • Child / Baby cot

Arrival / Departure

  • Check-in: 14:00
  • Check-out: 11:00

Positive Reviews

Pleasant rooms with views

Visitors loved the pleasant estuary and garden views from their rooms in this Victorian property retaining various period details. The rooms were often described as comfortable and clean with cosy beds.

Great breakfasts and congenial hosts

This guest house was said to be well-run by friendly hosts who had good local knowledge of outdoor activities in the area as well as places to eat. The hearty and tasty full English breakfasts were popular with diners, who described them as generous and freshly-prepared.

Quiet and pretty coastal village location

Reviewers enjoyed the tranquillity of this property's location in a secluded coastal village on the west Cumbrian coast overlooking the confluence of three estuaries on the rivers Irt, Mite and Esk. Many said it was picturesque and easily reached by road or rail thanks to the proximity of the A595 and Ravenglass railway station. The surrounding Lake District National Park was a paradise for birdwatching, rock-climbing, mountain-biking, walking and fell-running. Moreover, there was uncomplicated access to the western lakes and Scafell Pike, England's tallest mountain. Another plus was that there were several dining options in the village.

Negative Reviews

Claims of nuisance light pollution

Light pollution from external street lamps occasionally proved to be a nuisance for light sleepers in certain rooms facing the road.

Flaws reported in some rooms by critics

Several critics commented that there was dated decor in some rooms or that there were insufficient power outlets for those with lots of electronic devices to recharge. Others felt some of the en suite bathrooms and bedrooms were a bit small, especially when they were fully occupied.

Car park was sometimes a tight fit

Drivers appreciated the free off-street parking. However, as spaces were limited, the car park sometimes proved tricky to navigate when it was busy.

Rating Overview

Rating trivago Rating Index ® based on 182 reviews across the web
9.2 /10
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    10 /10
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    8.9 /10
9.2 out of 10 based on 182 reviews