Hotels and Bed and Breakfast in Workington

Workington is an ancient market, industrial and port town at the mouth of the River Derwent on the west coast of Cumbria. It is 7 miles (11.3 km) west of Cockermouth and 5 miles (8.0 km) southwest of Maryport. Parts of the town north of the river date from Roman times. During the 18th century, the exploitation of the local iron ore and coal led to the town becoming a major industrial town and port. Iron and steel working was important in Workington. It was here that Henry Bessemer introduced his revolutionary steel making process using the Bessemer Converter. Steel making finally ended in 2006. Recently the town has diversified into other forms of industry. The town is liberally supplied with a range of hotels, inns, bed and breakfast (b&b) accommodation and guesthouses, in the town or within a few miles.

The Melbreak

Prices from £99
The Melbreak Country House Hotel is a family run hotel offering high standards and good service. Sit...

Hunday Manor Country House Hotel

Prices from £89
Welcome to our friendly family-run 4 Country House Hotel near Workington Cockermouth and Whitehaven ...

The Cumberland Hotel

The Cumberland Hotel is situated on the edge of the Solway Firth from which views across the sea to ...

Armidale Cottages Bed & Breakfast

Prices from £83
Originally two cottages both built over 100 years ago the first cottage was built in the late 1600s ...

Workington House Bed and Breakfast

Prices from £75
If you are making a same-day booking please phone us on 07775 312882 to check last-minute availabili...
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