In-room information

Welcome to Hunday Manor

Osprey Management Group Limited has recently added the Hunday Manor to its portfolio of properties and we are very excited to share that we have an ambitious one-year transition plan to carry out an extensive refurbishment of the Hotel and its gardens.

Parts of the Hotel date back many years, so naturally our programme will be sympathetic to the history of the building but nevertheless will ensure it has all of the 21st century facilities, technology  and amenities to ensure our guests are comfortable and have an exceptional visit.

We like our guests to feel that while staying with us you are ‘Always Among Friends’ so if there is anything we can do to make your stay with us more comfortable, please inform us and we will do our upmost to help.

We hope the following guide provides you with all the information you need to make the most of your stay with us. If you need anything further, our reception team are only too happy to help.

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Business Services & Conference Facilities

Business Services

Any secretarial services you may require including typing, photocopying, faxing and emailing are available at Reception. 

Conference Facilities

There are a variety of meeting rooms at Hunday Manor which can accommodate between 2 and 200 delegates. Please speak to a member of staff if you would like to view any of the facilities or to discuss any requirements you may have. 

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Exploring the Local Area

With its central location ideally located between the fells of the Lake District and the Cumbrian coast, there is plenty to see during your stay at Hunday Manor. 
The historic harbour towns of Workington and Whitehaven are between 10 and 15 minutes’ drive from the hotel, where you will find a variety of shops and local services. 
The popular town of Keswick is around 30 minutes’ drive from the hotel. Here you can take a stroll around the beautiful Derwentwater, explore its many outdoor shops and independent boutiques or simply relax over a cup of coffee. 
In the entrance of the hotel you will find a wide selection of brochures and leaflets for local attractions and walks. Alternatively, if you have any questions about the surrounding area, please ask a member of staff who will be more than happy to help you. 

Food & Drink


Monday to Friday breakfast is served in the Dining Room 7:00-9:30 AM. On weekends and Bank Holidays, it is served 8:00-10:00 AM.

Sunday Lunch

Every Sunday we serve a Traditional Sunday Lunch menu from 12:00 PM. Booking is recommended, so please contact Reception and a member of staff will be happy to help.


Dinner is  served 6:00-9:00 PM. Please contact Reception for a reservation, or simply make your way down to the lounge and a member of staff will look after you. 

For alternative dinner options, we have another two properties locally; 
The Galloping Horse is a recently refurbished pub and restaurant only 5 minutes drive away at High Harrington CA14 4NQ. It serves quality pub food Monday-Sunday evenings and lunchtimes at the weekend.
In the Georgian gem which is the town of Whitehaven less than 15 minutes away, we have The Peddler recently-opened restaurant and bar. Located in the historic former Bus Station (postcode CA28 7XE), it serves food and drinks daily and dinner Wednesday-Sunday.
See their websites for more, or Reception will happily provide further information and menus. 

Room Service

Room Service can be ordered by contacting Reception, and a member of staff will be able to provide you with the relevant menu. All of our menus are available to order from, for an additional charge of £5.00 per person. 

House History…

Parts of Hunday Manor date back to the 18th Century. Built in 1760, it was originally a manor house called High Lodge. Once owned by the Trench Family, the family also used the building for Sunday School meetings.

Between 1951 and 1968 it became a National Coal Board miner’s rescue centre. At the time of the Winscales Rescue Centre’s establishment, there were 13 coal mines at work in the area. In 1973 the Solway Colliery in Workington was closed, and Haig Pit in Whitehaven became the only remaining coal mine in the area. 

It’s only in more recent times that the Hunday Manor became a country house hotel. We at Osprey are delighted to welcome this lovely old property to our family of inns.

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In Case of Fire or Fire Alarm

Fire Procedure

  • If the fire alarm is activated, please vacate the hotel immediately using the nearest fire exit.
  • The assembly point is in the hotel’s front car park.
  • Fire exits are indicated by a running man. These are illuminated and coloured green.
    In the event of power failure, emergency lighting is activated.
  • Final fire exits, which open into the fresh air, are a combination of push bar and thumb screw.
  • Please familiarise yourself with the evacuation route.

If you are hard of hearing or will require assistance in the case of evacuation, please advise Reception. 

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Internet Access

Wireless internet access is complementary for guests throughout the hotel.

To access the internet, you can log in using the information and password on the back of your key card, which was provided to you at check-in.  



A Three-Day Dry Cleaning Service is available Monday to Friday, excluding Bank Holidays. Please contact Reception to arrange this.  

You will also find an iron and ironing board with trouser press in your room.  


On the day of departure, if you require assistance with your luggage, please contact Reception who will be more than happy to help. 

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Room Facilities

Within your room there are hot beverage facilities, iron and board, hairdryer, TV, toiletries.
We would like to say these are very user-friendly but occasionally technology has its quirks. Please let us know if something isn’t quite right and we will do all we can to resolve the issue.
If you require any extra items, including fans, pillows or blankets, please dial 0.

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Safety & Security

Overnight Safety

If you require any assistance overnight, please dial 0 from your telephone or call Reception. 


Safes have been provided in each of the bedrooms. There are instructions on the front of the safe but if you have any difficulty using them, please contact a member of staff.


If you require any assistance arranging a taxi, please contact Reception who will be able to provide you with a list of local taxi firms.

Please ask if you would like a member of staff to arrange one for you during your stay. 

Telephone Services

Each room is provided with a telephone for you to use if you wish.
For an outside line please dial 9 followed by the number. 
To contact Reception simply dial 200. 
For Rooms 1-9 dial 20 followed by the room number (for example for Room 1: Dial 201)
For Rooms 10-28 dial 2 followed by the room number (for example for Room 15: Dial 215

Wake-Up Call

If you require a wake-up call, please contact Reception who will be happy to arrange this for you.

Alternatively, you can set an alarm yourself using your telephone. Simply pick up the receiver, dial 18 and then enter the time in 24-Hour format (HH-MM).