- Very Good
- 24 guest reviews
"We were two sisters travelling from different parts of the U.K. ie Manchester and Newby Ours was a sad mission as we had come to attend our..."
"I am so sorry to say as the service of this hotel was very good but, the room was very poor quality. I booked this room based on the informa..."
"Thoroughly enjoyed stay at hotel. Warm, friendly atmosphere, nothing too much trouble for staff, very accommodating. Would definitely stay t..."
"Lovely little find this hotel, great location, friendly staff, good food & great value for money!..."
"Wifi did not work..."
About the hotel
A Family run hotel in the centre of Cockermouth offering free Wi-Fi, fresh local produce in the dining experience of Carlins Bar & Bistro and an ideal location to explore the Lakes. Offering modern comforts and an excellent location on the edge of the English Lake District, Allerdale Court is ideal for a relaxing break in one of the most spectacular and beautiful areas of the country. Your comfort and personal enjoyment are always the top priority at the hotel, and the blend of traditional comfort and modern convenience iterates this perfectly.
Open log fires, original oak beams, individually designed bedrooms, an excellent restaurant and a warm Lakeland welcome – all this and more awaits you at the Allerdale Court Hotel. The 24 beautifully furnished bedrooms provide comfort and solace for family, couples and businessmen alike, with a range of room configurations to suit your need. All rooms are en-suite and offer modern conveniences such as TV, Radio and free WiFi. Rooms boast soft, comforting bedding and furnishings that leave you in agreement with their offer of relaxation and a peaceful night’s rest. Cockermouth is situated in the most beautiful corner of England - the Lake District in Cumbria. It's unique position also makes it within reach of the Solway coast (7 miles) and Scotland (30 miles). The M6 motorway, together with the A66 trunk road from the motorway to the west coast makes road communication very easy. An excellent main line service is available from nearby Workington, to Carlisle, the cathedral city, 25 miles away and there are regular connecting bus services to most parts of Cumbria and the Lake District. The town boasts a castle and two rivers - the Cocker (from which the town derives its name) and the Derwent, both ideal for salmon and trout fishing. Cockermouth’s most famous son is the great William Wordsworth, and his former residence is a fine local attraction. If you’re looking for an active holiday, you really will be spoilt for choice. With the Lake District fells, the lakes themselves, five good golf courses and an excellent salmon river nearby, Allerdale Court is an ideal base for all sorts of activities, whether it’s for a weekend or a longer break.
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- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
- Wi-Fi Available, Meeting Facilities, In-room Broadband, In-room Modem Hook up, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas, Wi-Fi Available In Rooms, Private dining services
- Restaurant, Lounge Menu, Bar, Breakfast to go
- In room entertainment
- TV, Satellite TV, [Channels] News, Radio
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room, Iron And Board In Each Room, Telephone In Each Room
- Hotel services
- Wake Up Call Available
- Family friendly
- Pets Allowed
- Doctor on call, Porter
- Car Parking Available Offsite
- Horse Riding
Useful Info Show/hide
- From 12:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
- 22/03/2013 to 31/12/2022 - Please note the restaurant is Open for lunch 12-3pm Monday to Saturday The LateRooms.com rates for Allerdale Court Hotel in Cockermouth are the total price of the room and not the 'per person' rate. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are allowed
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96% would recommend it to a friend
Allerdale Court Hotel
We were two sisters travelling from different parts of the U.K.
ie Manchester and Newby
Ours was a sad mission as we had come to attend our sister's funeral. We found the accommodation friendly and helpful.
I am so sorry to say as the service of this hotel was very good but, the room was very poor quality.
I booked this room based on the information and photos provided on Late Rooms and as a result, will not use Late Rooms again. The room we were given was nothing like what was expected for the £100 paid. We were awake early at 6am as the light was coming through the windows due to the thin cheap blind which was used. There was a four poster bed which had old curtain rings on it which were obviously not used. Plastic cups to drink out of in the bathroom and no glasses. Only a shower and no bath which surprised me due to the cost. The toilet wobbled when you sat on it. The floor slanted and the No Smoking sign in the main room was a bit old fashioned and it had a feel of a very seedy old hotel room. I could also hear the guests clearly in the other room when stood in the shower room. It was in need of some serious decorating. As stated I am so sorry to even place this review but when spending £100 on a room it was expected that it would be modern as the pictures portray and it was anything but. We have previously stayed in a Travelodge and expected this hotel to be a lot better but as a result of this, will go back to Travelodge because even though £40 cheaper, the quality was a lot higher.
Sorry again as there were some lovely aspects to this hotel but unfortunately the room was only worth about £50 and even then, I would have been disappointed. It is probably a one off room but in my opinion one that should be closed and not used. Please note this is the first time ever I have felt the need to leave a review as respect anyone who is trying to earn a living but as a hotel owner, you should probably invest in the room I am talking about as it will be clear which one it is. When leaving I was not even asked if the room was ok and I believe this will have been because they are probably embarassed by it.