Sunday, January 21, 2007

The Ennerdale Countryhouse Hotel

Between the coast and the Lake District, Cleator is a former coal-mining village, with its typical rows of small terraced houses. With the closure of the coalmines Cleator has taken with some enthusiasm to the provision of accommodation and refreshment to passing Coast-to-Coast walkers. A feature of the village is its well-kept cricket ground. A mile away is the larger village of Cleator Moor, with more accommodation.

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