Millom

Facing across a sea inlet to the Furness Peninsula the town of Millom through its long history has been a fishing port, a centre of the iron industry, and a regional market for agricultural produce. Nowadays it is quieter, with its own castle and with Haverigg Beach close by... Read More

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Station Hotel

Station Hotel

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The Station Hotel is located in the small coastal town of Millom on the Lake Districts Southern Peninsular. The hotels bedrooms are run on a self catering basis with the ... More

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Silecroft Holiday Park

Silecroft Holiday Park

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This beautifully landscaped park is set in 12 acres of glorious countryside and boasts extensive Lakeland views. This beautiful little known corner of the Lake District ... More | visit website

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Bankfield House Hotel (1.74 miles)

Bankfield House Hotel

Bankfield hotel stands in its own 5 acres of grounds in beautiful countryside. The hotel is fully licensed and has a fine reputation for good wholesome cooking using as far as possible local meat fish ... More | visit website

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The Fold Guest House (2.18 miles)

The Fold Guest House
Come visit us at our 18th century cottage in this idyllic part of the South Lakes. Situated at the foothills of Blackcombe and Whicham valley - gateway to the Lake District National Park. Our guest ... More | visit website
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Brockwood Hall (2.66 miles)

Brockwood Hall

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Nestled in the scenic Whicham Valley, surrounded by protected woodland, with beautiful views opening out to the Irish Sea and the finest, freshest country air.Overlooked by the near-mountain that is ... More | visit website

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Duddon Bank Cottage (4.85 miles)

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A paradise for lovers of wildlife and birds this spacious 300 year old cottage, enjoys an elevated position amongst 5 acres of woodland and fields, in the ... More

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Clarence House Country Hotel (5.00 miles)

Clarence House Country Hotel

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Your first and lasting impression of family run Clarence House is of its cosy hospitality and relaxed informality. Guests are treated more like old friends and the welcoming country house ... More

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Greyhound Inn (5.09 miles)

Greyhound Inn

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The Greyhound is a 300 year old Country Inn just on the edge of The Lake District National Park.Our comfortable cottage-style rooms are all en-suite with tea/coffee, TV, Towels & ... More

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Park Stile Cottage (5.12 miles)

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Tucked away in the historic village of Broughton, this delightful cottage with its beamed ceilings is in an ideal location to enjoy all the amenities of the ... More

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High Cross Inn (5.12 miles)

High Cross Inn
High Cross Inn is prominently situated on the outskirts of the small market town of Broughton-in-Furness with impressive views in all directions from the Cumbrian fells all the way to the sea. It is conveniently ... More | visit website
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Ormsgill Inn (5.36 miles)

Ormsgill Inn

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The Ormsgill Inn is ideally situated for tourists visiting the Lake District or one of the nature reserves on our doorstep. We are also well placed for those visiting the ... More

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Abbey House Hotel (5.81 miles)

Abbey House Hotel

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Set in 14 acres of private gardens and woodland this Sir Edwin Lutyens building is just 25 minutes drive from Lake Windermere. The hotel is very popular with locals for ... More

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