#LoveWestLakes

Luxury accommodation dating from 1637 in the Western Lake District

#LoveWestLakes

Luxury accommodation dating from 1637 in the Western Lake District

#LoveWestLakes

Luxury accommodation dating from 1637 in the Western Lake District

About The Wayside

The Wayside is a beautifully renovated hidden gem in an idyllic, secluded location in the Western Lake District, part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Overlooked by the magnificent Black Combe Fell, and beach access is just a short walk away.

The rooms

The spacial and characterful rooms include stunning exposed beams and stone and all with en-suite bathrooms, offer a relaxing stay, with “home away from home” feel.

The Cottage

A lovingly renovated traditional two bedroom cottage with full of characters and modern comfort.

The Cottage

A lovingly renovated traditional two bedroom cottage with full of characters and modern comfort.

Explore

With more than 3,100 kilometres of park to explore, you can walk, cycle and ride around. As well as enjoying your time on land, you can also get on the water of the lakes and coastline.

THE WAYSIDE PLEDGE

At the heart of The Wayside are Emi and Dan, and the rest of the team. We are dedicated to inspire you and create experiences that will provide lasting memories for our guests. Each visit will start with a very warm greeting, and ends with a friendly goodbye, and a hope that you will visit again very soon. We strive to provide luxurious accommodation, extraordinary service, and culinary delights.

get in touch

Phone

01229 718883

Mail

stay@thewayside.uk

Address

The Wayside, Whitbeck,
nr Millom, LA19 5UP.

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Ridiculously windy #winter weather on fells, meant a lot of #beach running this week. Still, the wind caused some interesting sand formations. #Runtagit #NotJustLakes #LakeDistrict @TheWaysideUK #Strava

#CumbriaDay is coming so we wanted to share some facts! Did you know that the history of the humble pencil started in Cumbria, where shepherds used to use graphite to mark their sheep? So when you’re next doodling think of us! #theplacetobe

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