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Ye Old Fighting Cocks
"What a pleasant way to spend an hour: in the beer garden of Ye Old Fighting Cocks overlooking the estuary at Arnside and waiting for the rumble of the train ..." More
"With great attention to detail, this friendly b&b was just what we were looking for.
Our hosts greeted us warmly and got the balance between meeting our needs without intruding on ..." More
"Arnside is a quiet haven for a day of doing nothing very much, but in wonderful surroundings and with pleasant facilities to hand. There are good pubs, a terrific pie ..." More
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Arnside is located in the North West of England in an area of true natural beauty, in fact it is in an area designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is one of the largest villages in Cumbria (Population 2,300) and it lies close to the border with Lancashire.
As with many coastal locations, Arnside overlooks the River Kent, there was a small fishing industry and in those days steamers, small coasters and yachts used to use the landing stage. As time passed the estuary silted up and this resulted in Arnside losing this industry. The pier and port areas remain to this day offering stunning views across Morecambe Bay and this is what attracts visitors to the area throughout the year.
But it is not simply these sea views that attract the visitors, indeed a short walk along the sands and you will see the railway viaduct stretching out over the River Kent. The National Trust manage the land at Arnside Knott and there are paths to enjoy alongside Eaves Wood and Redhill Wood which can offer tantalising views of the Lancashire coast. There is plenty for the visitor to enjoy in this picturesque location with a range of small friendly shops and good local amenities. If you’re thinking of a visit then its Junction 36 off the M6 which is less than ten miles away or you could take the train to Arnside Railway Station.
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Places to Stay near Arnside
Introducing contemporary concept, select location, boutique style and sublime comfort. Number 43 Arnside is set in a sympathetically renovated Victorian townhouse with expansive views across the Kent Estuary towards the Lakeland Fells, Number 43 represents ... More
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Ye Olde Fighting Cocks
Fantastic accommodation overlooking the kent estuary with views of the countryside, lovely refurbished dining room (non smoking)traditional bar with pool, darts etc, and a top local chef who serves a wide variety of food. ... More
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The Woodlands Hotel and Pine Lodges is a Lake District hidden gem.
A charming country house Hotel superbly situated in three acres of woodlands that provide cover for roe deer and other wildlife.
Woodlands has 5 Hotel ... More
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Cumbria Grand Hotel
The Cumbria Grand Hotel is set in 25 acres of garden and woodlands. This comfortable hotel is located 10 miles from Winderemere.
You will receive a warm, friendly welcome at this charming ... More
Built in 1866 in classical Italianate style, the Grange Hotel sits in its own beautifully-landscaped grounds.
We enjoy panoramic Bay views in the unspoiled Edwardian town of Grange-over-Sands, described by noted travel ... More
Beech Hill House
Our bed and breakfast is just off the A590 at Witherslack, 8 minutes from the M6 J36 in an unspoilt corner of the Lake District National Park. Enjoy the Lake ... More
Hampsfell House Hotel
A Lake District gem, nestled in nearly 2 acres of private grounds surrounded by woodland and a few minutes' walk from town and sea.
Hampsfell House Hotel is renowned for great food ... More
Set within a classic Victorian building, this small hotel boasts a central location in Grange over Sands, on the outskirts of the Cumbrian Lake District.
Retaining many of its original period features, ... More
Clare House Hotel still retains a wealth of Victorian grandeur with stained glass, deep cornices and open fires and is situated in beautifully maintained, secluded gardens offering spectacular views across Morecambe Bay. Within easy ... More
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Corner Beech House
Welcoming, spacious Bed & Breakfast overlooking Morecambe Bay in a wonderful
location for Lake District attractions, but away from the crowds. Fully
refurbished this year to a very high standard, some rooms have magnificent
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