Enjoy your visit to Carnforth with a stay at Church Lane House. Free perks include WiFi, self parking, and English breakfast available daily. Rooms at this upscale bed & breakfast offer up nice touches like premium bedding and bathrobes.
Built around 1810, the charming Broughton House is located in 2 acres of gardens, south of the Lake District National Park. It has hearty Aga breakfasts and spacious bedrooms. Produce used in the breakfast is locally sourced and includes eggs from the hens in the garden. The bread is homemade and lighter options such as scrambled eggs and Cartmel Valley smoked salmon are also available. Individually decorated, the bedrooms have wooden floors and a large, luxurious bathroom with free toiletries. They also feature tea/coffee making facilities and garden views. The village of Cartmel, with its 12th-century priory is just 2 miles from the Broughton and junction 36 of the M6 motorway is a 20-minute drive away. There is free parking at the property.
With wonderful views, the refurbished Capernwray House is set in 11 acres of countryside. There is free parking and free Wi-Fi in all areas. Rooms have an iPod radio alarm, flat-screen TV, Sealy beds and luxury towels, hairdryers, bathrobes and Bath House toiletries. A well-stocked hospitality tray is provided in each room. Capernwray House has a 5-star Silver Award and well-located for the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, Forest of Bowland and the Leighton Moss Nature Reserve. The guest lounge has a large flat-screen TV and DVD player and board games for guests to use. Complimentary tea/coffee and freshly baked cakes are served upon on arrival, either in the lounge or the terrace. Set in Carnforth, next to the Lake District, Capernwray House is about 8 miles from Morecambe and 9 miles from Lancaster.
Welcome to Tithe Barn Bed and Breakfast. Tithe Barn is a 19th century barn conversion on the edge of the pretty village of Over Kellet. Set in the rugged countryside of the Lancashire / Cumbria border, it enjoys some of the most spectacular views of the area. To the west is Morecambe Bay, the east views are of the Howgill Fells in Yorkshire, and the majestic Lakeland Fells sit proudly to the North. The barn is also home to our pets - Aylesbury ducks, Silkie bantams, and a very friendly border collie cross. The Barn has two twin bedrooms on the ground floor and one double on the first, all ensuite with tea and coffee making facilities, television and free wi fi. There is plenty of free onsite parking, and secure storage for equipment such as diving gear and fishing tackle. We do not have a guest lounge, and guests should be aware that our dining room is on the first floor. We do not accommodate pets or children.
A great choice for a stay in Grange-over-Sands, Birchleigh Guest House features an airport shuttle. Free perks include full breakfast and WiFi. This upscale guest house also features a bar/lounge, a terrace, and a garden.
Pros: The owners were lovely. The room was far superior to a 4 star hotel we had stayed in recently, The thoughtfulness and service were outstanding with lovely touches like a glass of sherry in the room and a wind up torch if you wanted to go to the local pub,only 75 yards away and also very good.. Breakfast was excellent. I took one look at my neighbours and went for the single order which was more than adequate and very tasty.
Pros: The ownwer is kindness. Dogs are friendly.
Pros: very nice owners, really thought of everything to make your stay as nice as possible.
Pros: Our bedroom and en-suite bathroom were extremely well-equipped; there were even two glasses of sherry waiting for us on arrival. Jenny, one of the hosts, was very welcoming and there was a huge choice of breakfast options catering for for all appetites. The Derby Arms was a 5 minute walk away and served excellent quality bar snacks. They also have a restaurant, but you nned to book for Saturday evenings.
Pros: Rural location, attentive service from owner.
Cons: Road noise.
Pros: Nice room, and very nice bathroom - all well stocked. Divine breakfast with lots of choice. Friendly hosts.
Cons: We were right next to the main highway, so it was very noisy. The traffic only let up briefly in the wee hours!
Pros: Great place to stay, friendly hosts. Lovely room and a great breakfast
Pros: The owners are very friendly and will go out of there way to help you. They cook a fantastic breakfast every morning. Our room was very clean and tidy,bed very comfortable.
Pros: Comfortable, welcoming, home from home, nice food/ well presented.
Beech Hill House is easy to find, just off the A590 at Witherslack and 8 minutes from the M6 J36, making it ideal for business use, stop-overs, short breaks and holidays. With a TripAdvisor 2014 Certificate of Excellence (our 4th successive year) we are the perfect place to stay while visiting the English Lake District. We have 3 spacious en-suite rooms (1 with a private balcony, table and chairs), and each room has a king-size bed, flat screen TV, CD/DVD player, free Wi-Fi, silent mini fridge, hair dryer and many other home from home comforts to help you enjoy your stay. Dogs are welcome - large or small, one or more. For a small charge we provide a dog bed if needed, throw, feeding bowl and Goodie Basket with a few essentials and treats. Our village pub is just 50 yards along the road and lets dogs in. Being in the South Lakes we are Close to the lakes, yet away from the crowds in an unspoilt corner of the Lake District National Park with Kendal, Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands, Windermere, Ulverston and Barrow-in-Furness just a short drive away.
Corner Beech House is a superb Bed and Breakfast run by the owners in delightful Grange-over-Sands in the South Lakes. All 6 rooms are ensuite and offer hot drinks facilities, complimentary biscuits and bottled water, tv and DVD player, sofa, and a choice of double, twin or king size rooms. Two of the bedrooms have sweeping views across Morecambe Bay.
Aynsome Manor is situated in the beautiful Vale of Cartmel. It was once the residence of a descendant of the Earl of Pembroke, founder of the 12th century Priory which the hotel overlooks in this picturesque village. The Varley family have managed Aynsome Manor since 1981, creating an elegant, comfortable and tranquil atmosphere, maintaining period features throughout the building, part of which date back to 1512, although the main house is a mere pup at 1740, with later additions in 1840, such as the large glass cupola. The Georgian dining room with its ornate tongue and ball ceiling, old portraits and dark panelling, offers AA Red Rosette Cuisine. The 12 bedrooms built mainly around the courtyard offer high levels of amenities and comfort. Two are in a separate cottage a few paces across the courtyard. Aynsome is the perfect holiday location from which to explore the Southern Lake District Peninsulas, Morecambe Bay or, when the weather is not so kind, to come and relax by the log fires in one of the two comfortable lounges. Holker Hall, Sizergh Castle and Levens Hall are all situated nearby.
Enjoy your visit to Grange-over-Sands with a stay at The Lymehurst Hotel. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. Other highlights include a terrace, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
Located in 5 acres of private, landscaped grounds and woodland in the temperate coastal area of the beautiful South Lake District, the elegant Grange Hotel stands in a superb, elevated position overlooking the quaint and unspoiled Victorian village of Grange over Sands, with its beautiful gardens, fabulous mile-long promenade (with palm trees!) and collection of unique little shops. The Grange was built in 1866 in a splendid neo-Italianate style and it has been lovingly restored to its original grandeur by the current owners. The beautifully-refurbished accommodation offers woodland or panoramic Bay views as well as every comfort one would expect. /p We are close to most major Lake District attractions and easily accessible by rail or road. The award-winning little railway station is within 200 metres of the hotel. You don t even have to venture far from the village to find something lovely to see or do! The world-famous Cartmel Sticky Pudding Shop is only 2 miles away as is Cartmel s unique figure-of-eight racecourse, which hosts plenty of exciting fixtures throughout the year. The hotel itself sits on the perimeter of the Brown Robin Nature Reserve with its wealth of wildlife, including fox cubs, butterflies and woodland flowers. Well worth a visit. The area boasts a wealth of stately homes & gardens, including Levens Hall with its impressive topiary gardens and fabulous house, bursting at the seams with history & antiquities. /p We fully believe that it s important to have a good start to the day, and our generous Hot & Cold Buffet each morning offers everything from a full English Breakfast to light yoghurts with fresh fruit salads and porridge.The rolls & muffins are freshly-baked in-house. Guests are cordially invited to experience the very best of freshly-prepared local and international fare, which is served every evening from the 5-course table d hote menu in our candle-lit Carriages restaurant. The Wine List is extensive and will have something to appeal to even the most discerning of wine connoisseurs. Light meals and snacks are also available throughout the day and evening, served in the warm comfort of the Lounge or beside a roaring log fire in the cosy Library. /p There is also a spacious Residents Lounge with comfortable chairs, a music centre, books, games and TV with DVD player. /p Our Leisure Suite & Spa has a heated indoor swimming pool, spa pool, sauna, steam room, gymnasium, solarium and Beauty Salon (please pre-book beauty treatments to avoid disappointment) Parking is available and free of charge in the hotel grounds. In addition, we offer our guests free unlimited WiFi access throughout the hotel. /p We pride ourselves on our excellent all-round quality service, delightful, helpful staff and our first class facilities. So, why not pay us a visit and sample them for yourself You ll be so glad that you did!
When visiting Carnforth, Longlands Inn and Restaurant is a great choice to consider. You can relax with a drink at one of the 2 bars/lounges, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Other highlights at this upscale inn include a garden, and rooms offer LCD TVs and free WiFi.
Situated between the sweeping coastline, hilly countryside and village pubs of rural Lancashire, Pine Lake Resort provides a four star retreat. It features a heated indoor pool, whirlpool, fitness centre and spa with steam room and sauna. Watersports and fishing are also available. Additional fees may apply.
The Scandinavian-style lodges and cosy studios include a full or partial kitchen with hob, microwave, toaster, kettle and coffee machine. Each accommodation has a private bathroom with bath or shower, heated towel rail and hairdryer. Freeview TV, a DVD player and iHome alarm clock are also provided. Some lodges have a private veranda.
The Lakes Bistro restaurant and bar provides delicious local and international cuisine in a friendly setting. For groceries, guests will find local supermarkets less than 5 minutes away in the centre of Carnforth. Wi-Fi access is available throughout the property, at an additional cost.
The glorious scenery of the Lake District National Park, the Lune Valley and the Yorkshire Dales are easily reached in 30 minutes’ drive. Local buses stop at the property entrance several times a day with access to Lancaster, Bowness, Ambleside and Keswick. Visit the Victorian seaside village of Arnside for a traditional bag of fish and chips, just 8 miles away.
Located in the quiet village of Grange-over-Sands on the edge of the Lake District National Park, Somerset House is just 3-minute walk from the promenade at Morecambe Bay. Free WiFi is provided and all rooms are en suite. Somerset House offers a breakfast included in the room rate. Special diets can be catered for. A flat-screen TV is provided in each room, as well as a power shower and tea/coffee making facilities. Lake Windermere, with all its leisure facilities, is only a 20-minute drive away. Tennis, crazy golf and a large children’s play area can be found along the promenade, as well as a cafe.
Enjoy your visit to Grange-over-Sands with a stay at Priory Hotel. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. Flat-screen TVs and free WiFi are offered in all rooms.
Just 3 miles from Lake Windermere, The Crown Country Inn offers an award-winning breakfast menu with hot and cold options. It was originally an 17th-century coaching inn, this village pub still retains original features from open fires to antique furniture. The Crown at High Newton has elegant rooms each with traditional furnishings and a tiled en suite bathroom. Each also features a TV, radio, and facilities for making tea and coffee. A range of drinks including local ales are available in the bar, with its old oak beams and open fireplace. Outdoor seating is available in the garden overlooking the Lakeland fells, so guests can drink outside in the warmer months. Guests can enjoy a full English breakfast in the morning. The Crown is a 10-minute drive from Junction 36 of the M6 motorway, and a 15-minute drive from Bowness. The Lakes Motor Museum and the Lake District Steamers are only 5 minutes’ drive away. Located in the Lake District, there are plenty of scenic walking and cycling routes in the surrounding area.
Our stay here was the highlight of my trip. Within minutes, I knew these were the friendliest hosts I have ever met. Owner's wife personally showed us to our room...four poster canopy bed w/water view. Presentation was only exceeded by quality and hospitality. Comfort level of bed was divine. Food was outstanding (order from the bar after looking at menu). The mix of locals and other guests made us feel very welcome. Within walking distance are quaint little shops, and the train station to other villages which was worth the trip. Owner, and locals, were very helpful in guiding us with advice as to where to find what we were looking for, and, avoiding the touristy places. The lake district is within easy driving distance, which is one reason we chose this inn. Totally beautiful scenery/countryside, and near to castles and other activities. One night they had a quiz night in the pub...totally fun. Melded everyone into one happy group.
Pros: Outstanding friendliness, fantasy room, spectacular view of water/estuary, excellent food, friendly locals, got introduced to other guests, quiet location, interesting shops and train station within walking distance, and fun quiz night in the pub.
Cons: My only regret is that we could not stay longer. I have nothing bad to say about this inn.
The family-run Ye Olde Fighting Cocks is set beside the Kent estuary in the picturesque village of Arnside, officially named an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The beer garden boasts views of the Lake District’s mountains and the estuary, as well as offering free on-site parking. Most of the bedrooms offer views across the Kent estuary and the mountains within the Lake District. The Fighting Cocks’ on-site bar features a wood-burning fireplace and offers a variety of traditional beers, lagers and wines. There are 2 on-site restaurants serving traditional home-cooked food. There is a quiz and bingo night on Wednesdays, a Sky/BT Sports area showing live action, and even a singer on Saturday nights. Arnside Rail Station is just 1,149 feet from the property and junction 35 of the M6 is less than 8 miles away. The start of the Lake District National Park is just a 5 minute train journey.
When visiting Grange-over-Sands, Netherwood Hotel is a great choice to consider. Guests can relax at the spa tub, work out at the fitness center, or grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. An indoor pool and a steam room are other highlights, and rooms offer sofa beds and flat-screen TVs.
Pros: A clean and comfortable room with a huge en suite bathroom. Friendly and pleasant staff and excellent beer.
Pros: Staff could not be more obliging-Room kept clean and beds made up every-day-Food of the highest order with a varied menu .
Pros: The staff were very helpful and welcoming.The area was attractive and was close to the motorway . It provided acess to the southern lakes 20mins and the northern lakes 40mins.Internet access was good I would stay there again.
Cons: There were a number of minor and expected problems. The room had a musty smell as did the corridor.The sink in the en suite was cracked but it was perfectly usable and the owner said she was going to address the issue.The main problem was the fact that the Derby Arms is a very popular pub and eating place in the area.Noise levals were high a problem made more difficult by having to have the windows open due to the musty smell and the humidity in the room.
Pros: All the staff were friendly, very helpful and attentive to our requirements including finding storage inside for 3 bikes. All rooms in the hotel decorated tastefully in very comfortable surroundings. Bedroom and en suite bathroom very good. The hotel provided excellent meals with an exciting menu.
Pros: We really liked our room -a big and comfortable bed (enough space for 2adults and a moving around baby:-))) lovely, clean bathroom, decor. Staff were really friendly and helpful and they gave us a warm welcome even though we arrived after 23:00. Breakfast was nicely presented and tasted good.
Cons: We could hear a big bang every time someone was trying to shut the door between a little hall leading to the toilets and the pub. It was quite annoying especially in the late evening. When we mentioned it to the hotel staff they promised to rectify the problem.
Pros: Friendly staff, clean room, good food. Continental breakfast excellent. Good value for money
Pros: Bed huge and extremely comfortable which I find to be rare when staying away.
Cons: Had booked a room which was advertised as having a roll top bath which sounded lovely but on arrival there was no bath, roll top or otherwise (also no door to separate bathroom). Also some confusion as to cost of room as we had got a price of £65 online but on settling the bill was asked for £85 - not sure how this happened. Food interesting - portions way too big and most dishes seemed to consist of the same ingredients which was rather odd.
Pros: We felt very welcome, the staff were great, they could not do enough for us, the room was very nice and homely
Pros: The only good thing about the derby arms the rooms had been recently refurbished so they were clean and modern the food was quite good and plentyfull
Cons: The bar and dinning room were seriously in need of refurbishment their was an old musty smell in parts of the hotel
Serving good food, beer and wine in a traditional environment with log fires and period furniture just like the rest of the pubs in the group. We have now been recommended in the Michelin Pub Guide for 2014 and have won the Pub of the Season award, CAMRA. We have 6 individually designed cosy bedrooms above the pub, each with ensuite shower room or bathroom, very comfortable beds, Wi-Fi internet and plasma televisions. A home from home while visiting the South Lakes. Please Note we do a continental breakfast Monday - Friday and a full cooked breakfast on Saturday & Sunday