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In the coastal town of Workington, the friendly Waverley Hotel offers spacious rooms, a bar, Wi-Fi, free parking and good food. The Lake District is a short drive away. Very clean rooms, well equipped and very comfortable. Staff were very helpful and very friendly. Breakfast was really good value and very enjoyable. Excellent location, close to the local bus route and train station.
Osborne House B&B workington is set in Workington. All units come with a seating area, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom with a hairdryer and shower. Lovely comfy beds. Coffee maker and kettle in room. Wonderful breakfast cooked to order from local Cumbrian produce. Great hosts.
Armidale Cottages B&B is set in Workington, 8.1 mi from Cockermouth. Guests have access to free WiFi and a traditional Finnish sauna. The bed and breakfast is fitted with a flat-screen TV. The hosts were lovely people and very friendly and the place was spotless
The family-hotel prides itself on providing ultimate comfort for its guests. Bar meals are served each night and only the freshest of ingredients are used. Exceptionally warm and welcoming staff from start to end. Superb breakfast. Evening meal menu looked fairly 'standard' but the food itself was fresh cooked, tasty and the helpings generous.
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Napier Town House - Self Catering offers budget self-catering accommodations in a spacious semi detached property in Workington. Free WiFi is available and on-site parking is provided. It was great for what we required the room and accommodation for
Workington has a mainly pedestrianised shopping area. It has all the traditional shops found in most UK towns and cities. Using a mobility scooter, it was reasonable to get around the town but found that not many shops had been updated to accommodate the use of a mobility scooter even though all staff were extremely helpful. Going in the opposite direction you can get to the estuary/sea. This was a bit of a struggle as there were quite a few potholes and the path surface was very muddy.I could only drive my scooter a short distance along the coastal path. This was a bit disappointing as compared to Whitehaven, Maryport, St. Bees and other coastal towns or villages, Workington seems to be the least updated and disability friendly.
all the staff where great friendly could not do enough for you could also not pick out one who was any better than the other from the owner down to the cleaner they where all great hotel does need a bit up dating but as far as i know they are doing so many rooms up at a time. all the meals where of a large portion and very reasonably priced,
Workington seems to be an old tired town. we arrived at 9.30 with quite a few young drunks meandering across the roads. It is a poorly lit town at night and the Hotel is on a side street. Workington has a few takeaway options, the place we used was not good. The high street is dismal at night, does not encourage walking around town in the evening. It has a nice enough marina, which does have a decent bar/restaurant. Not impressed with Workington town centre at all. I have to add that the Hotel was unkempt and quite dismal, the stair carpet looked as if it had not been hoovered for days. But the room was clean and had been modernised. Could hear everyone in the rooms around us, and no double glazing, so no real peace until people had left the area. Staff were friendly, but i was informed that parking was available. but on arrival was told there was only parking on the street, not for the hotel.
The location of the hotel is 30-40 minutes away from lakes, lakes, river and many other tourist attractions. The staff of the hotel are very friendly and they cleaned our room daily. Looking forward to visit again soon!!!
I loved Workington, the people are so friendly, the shops are great, the scenery is fantastic around the local beach and lakes and I loved hearing about the history of the area, they are filming a true story called The Ballad of Lucy Sands with many locals playing speaking roles and playing supporting roles, it looks and sounds amazing and I can’t wait to watch it when it comes out 😀
Unless you are visiting friends or family or have a specific reason to visit such as a wedding or work then I wouldn't visit the town. The people are friendly and it is inexpensive but there isn't a lot to do in the town and other areas not far away have more for a visitor to enjoy.
Bargain simple accommodation in the heart of Workington and 5 minutes from the station. I had problems getting the key for the room but the nice man I contacted was there within 10 minutes to help me.
I can't rate this beautiful hotel highly enough. The staff and facilities were outstanding, the breakfast was divine & it was excellent value for money
Nice and quiet place to rest for the night. Not a hotel, more like a room in a house. No reception. Keys locked in a cage for you to collect and get to your room.
This is the the second time I stayed in this hotel for business reasons. The staff are friendly and helpful and made my stay like I was in my own home.
Lovely comfy beds. Coffee maker and kettle in room. Wonderful breakfast cooked to order from local Cumbrian produce. Great hosts.
Good value for money, better than i lthought if I’m ever back in workington I will definitely be back
Nice quiet street great location whatever your in the lakes for you can see it from Workington
Hotel was in good location for the reason we booked this is where is starts and ends
Buffet Breakfast was fantastic. Near to the Workington bus stop.