This house was built for a local iron ore mine in the 1890s. It looks out towards Ennerdale valley, in the Lake District Park, and a short path to the C2C cycleway. The location is quiet, with passing traffic for the farm only.
Two double rooms, one with twin beds, are available, with a separate sitting room, with TV, for guests.
It is a 10 minute walk to the centre of the village and frequent buses to Whitehaven, on the coast.
Well situated for walking, cycling or business in West Cumbria.
Frizington is one of many villages in the west of Cumbria that thrived in the late 1800s and 1900s due to the rich mineral sources. Winder Gate is half a mile from the main village and was built as w…