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Cafes, Private Functions, Restaurants, Takeaway Food
Address: Wellington Bistro, The Beacon,West Strand, Whitehaven, CA287LY
Phone: 01946 590231
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24 HOUR SERVICE
Address: White Line Taxis, Unit C8, Haig Enterprise Park, Kells Whitehaven, CA28 9AN
Phone: 01946 66111
On the site of the former Haig Pit in Whitehaven, which closed in 1986, the winding engine house and headgear are being restored to their former glory and is now open as the Haig Colliery Mining Museum.
Coal mining dates back to the 13th Century when the monks from St Bees Abbey supervised the opening of coal mines at Arrowthwaite. This long history ended in March 1986, when Haig Pit, Cumbria's last deep coal mine, finally closed.
The winding house has been undergoing restoration since early in 1994 by a group of local volunteers. When the pit closed, many of the buildings were demolished, and the area landscaped to form the Haig Enterprise Park. Only the winding engine house and headgear remained. The building is being restored to its former glory, along with two unique Bever-Dorling steam winding engines.
It is hoped that a railway can be constructed using a steam locomotive to ferry tourists part of the way from The Beacon to the Museum. The museum has on loan a diesel Hunslet Locomotive from Threlkeld Mining Museum.
Address: Haig Colliery Mining Museum, Solway Rd, Kells, Whitehaven, CA28 9BG
Phone: 01946 599949
Private Functions, Restaurants
A warm and friendly atmosphere welcoming both new and existing customers using the freshest and finest local ingredients delivered with excellent service by staff who are valued making every occasion for the customer a special one an experience to remember and repeat again and again.
'Winner of Copeland Pride Awards 2011 - Best Place to Eat category'
Accommodation, Bars & Inns, Wifi
Don’t be deceived into thinking Gosforth Hall is just another Lakeland located Cumbrian Hotel, it is in fact a rare find of a 350 year old Grade II* listed building operating as a warm and inviting Inn - offering 9 en-suite bedrooms, a pub with very well kept real ales and a menu offering a choice of dishes including Rod's homemade and well respected pies.
Health & Beauty
Address: Retro Hairdresser, 19/20 Duke Street, Whitehaven, CA287ET
The interactive Beacon is awash with the history of Copeland. You’ll be amazed at the area’s rich past and you won’t believe what a great time everyone has exploring the Beacon’s five floors!
We offer easy access, guided tours, room hire, group bookings, gallery exhibitions, events and activities. We even have educational services, and groups and clubs.
Imagine leaving the streets of our Georgian town centre and feeling like you have been transported to an exotic island in the Caribbean. That is what you will experience when you begin your journey through The Rum Story.
Set in the original 1785 shop, courtyards, cellars and bonded warehouses of the Jefferson family, The Rum Story has been authentically designed to provide all-weather family entertainment.
During your visit you will travel through a tropical rainforest, an African village, a realistic slave ship, Cumbrian cottages, a Cooper's workshop and much, much more.
Address: Barclays Bank, Strand Street, Whitehaven, CA28 7DL
Phone: 08457 555555
Donnan Quayside Fisheries retail and wholesale fishmongers.
White Fish,Live Shellfish,Smoked Fish,Frozen Fish.
Retail Hotels and your kitchen.
YOU CANT FIND FRESHER FISH
OPEN 7 DAYS.
Address: W Fare, 71-73 Market Place, Whitehaven, CA287JG
Phone: 01946 692978
Address: Washright Launderette, 15 New street, Whitehaven, CA287DY
Phone: 01946 599300
Fax: 01946 690574
Marinas, Boat Moorings
Situated at the south western entrance to the Solway Firth, Whitehaven Marina is the maritime gateway to the Lake District.
The harbour also provides an ideally located departure point for Isle of Man, Ireland, Scotland, Clyde and Hebridean cruising.
Bars & Inns, Private Functions, Entertainment
Address: Roc Bar, Unit 1/2 Tangier Street, Whitehaven, CA287UZ
Phone: 01946 691986
Cafes, Private Functions, Gift Shops
The café, set beside the courtyard offers many perspectives. Inside the converted stables snug stalls cater for up to six persons at a time whilst the airy glass covered courtyard feels like being outside. We even have balcony tables, which is a wonderful place for people watching or for keeping an eye on the famous Rum Story kinetic clock.
However, a choice of seating would not be enough on its own. We are proud that our café's many loyal regulars return time after time for our home baking and tasty meals, or just for a cup of coffee in the friendly atmosphere.
Ellerbeck Manor is a stunning barn conversion set in the secluded rural countryside near the historic villages of St.Bees 1mile and Egremont 2miles converted to the highest standards by the owners in 2010, all bedrooms have en-suite facilities, wet rooms, and underfloor heating throughout maintaining the old features of the barn alongside all the modern facilities of today's living standards.
The Victorian seaside village of St.Bees has a variety of pubs and places to enjoy a Cosy meal, either the start or finish of Wainwrights coast to coast walk and the Coastal path to Whitehaven only 4 miles away, start of the C2C cycle route and home to the maritime festival held in June bi-annually with other visitor attractions in the town.
Egremont is a traditional Market town with an old Norman castle from the 12 century and host to the crab fair dating from 1267 held annually in and around the third Saturday in September.
Awarded 4 **** under the
National Food Safety Performance Scheme.
We operate one menu that includes a range of Rod's homemade Pies, fresh Fish, Lakeland Steaks and a Vegetarian Selection, which can be eaten in the Bar, Lounge or Restaurant.
The restaurant itself, which is the original Hall, provides an intimate, friendly and unhurried setting for your meal. Once booked, the table is yours for the evening. We therefore strongly recommend that you book your table during busy periods.
We cater for Birthday's, Christenings, informal Weddings and Conferences.
To enquire about group bookings, please phone to discuss your individual requirements and date availability.