We stayed here as a stop off on our way from Leicester to Stirling in December 2012. We unfortunately travelled on the wettest/windiest day of the year - this has had an impact on my review - when we arrived we were first found battling the car park which is extremely steep in places and I found it awkward to park because of the size of the car park - we took our bags to reception (battling the wind and rain and slope) to be told (by a very friendly receptionist) that our room was in the building opposite so we had to drag our bags outside again to get into the room. Apart from that the stay was spot on - the rooms in the separate block have been recently renovated so you had a 40" wall mounted TV and plug sockets at the side of the bed (sounds daft but when you rely on your phone to wake you and see the time when in a room with black out curtains!) and there wasn't any noise from outside. We stayed on a Sunday night but didn't fancy Brewer's Fayre so got a recommendation of Roper's Chippy from a member of staff at BP petrol station - fantastic fish n chips on a Sunday night - the only one's open locally! If the weather was better and the lower car park wasn't full I wouldn't have anything to moan about!
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- This attractive Georgian coastal town is just a few minutes from Workington, Parton and the Lakes ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Premier Inn Whitehaven Hotel Howgate
- Whitehaven Premier Inn