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Maryport b&b, guesthouse and hotel accommodation

Maryport in Cumbria

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Maryport, Cumbria. The shipping of coal and the iron industry were once the most important activities of Maryport. Now the harbour is closed to shipping and other industries have been developed, including plastics, clothing, engineering and chemicals. But Maryport is also a coastal resort with a good stretch of sands. Mote Hill is a vantage point from which to watch the blaze of colour made by the sunset across the Solway. Allonby, further North on the coast, is an old and pretty little resort with good sands. Romans built a fort at Maryport, one of their chain of defensive points along the coast as a precaution against northern tribes turning the flank of Hadrian's Wall, which ended at Bowness on the Solway. The Maryport fort was called Alauna, and important discoveries of Roman altars and other relics have been made.

Nearby towns: Cockermouth, Whitehaven, Wigton, Workington

Nearby villages: Abbey Town, Allonby, Aspatria, Baggrow, Blencogo, Bothel, Branthwaite, Bridekirk, Brigham, Bromfield, Broughton Moor, Camerton, Crosscanonby, Dean, Dearham, Distington, Ellenborough, Flimby, Gilcrux, Gilgarran, Harrington, Lamplugh, Langrigg, Lorton, Lowca, Loweswater, Mawbray, Mockerkin, Mossbay, Plumbland, Siddick, Silloth, Sunderland, Tallentire, Ullock, Westnewton, Winscales

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  • a Maryport bed and breakfast (a Maryport B&B or Maryport b and b)
  • a Maryport guesthouse
  • a Maryport hotel (or motel)
  • a Maryport self-catering establishment, or
  • other Maryport accommodation

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Morven Guest House
Morven Guest House, a Victorian villa with paddock, is situated NW of Workington√‘ town centre on A596. Near the start of the c2c cycle route, this is also an ideal stop over point for cyclers on the Reivers Route. Moreover, Hadrian's cycle way runs past our own garden. For walkers we have the Cumbrian Coastal Way.Car park and very secure cycle storage. Leave your car until you return.