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Address: Brookside Allonby Maryport Cumbria, Maryport, CA15 6PU

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The traditionally styled Brookside offers bed and breakfast on the Cumbrian coast, in the small seaside resort of Allonby, just 5 miles north of Maryport. There is free parking and free Wi-Fi at this guest house. Each room features beautiful views of the sea or surrounding countryside. Each has tea/coffee making facilities, a vanity unity with hairdryer and complimentary toiletries. Each room has a flat-screen TV. Secure bicycle storage is available. There is also a guest lounge with a TV and a DVD player. This guest house is a short walk from the coast, with some stunning sea views, and the nearby town of Maryport has attractions including an aquarium and maritime museum. The village of Allonby has 2 pubs, which both serve hot food. There is also a village store, post office, leisure center with swimming pool and a fish and chip shop. Brookside is around 20 minutes’ drive from the Lake District, with the popular town of Keswick around 26 miles away.

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Silloth on Solway Golf Club - Wigton - Golf

Silloth on Solway Golf Club - Wigton - Golf

Distance 6.69 miles (10.71 km)
Situated on the north west coast of Cumbria, Silloth on Solway Golf Club is blessed with stunning views of the Galloway Hills to the north, and south to the Lakeland fells and the distant Isle of Man. The Championship links of over 6,600 yards has been laid out over the sand-hills west of town, touched by some of the great classical golf architects, but mostly moulded by Nature herself. The links is currently one of the R & A Regional Qualifying Courses for the Open. Hazards consist of heather and bent; whin and broom; heroic bunkers and sandy wastes.