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  • Hotel Pine Lake By Diamond Resorts Carnforth

    These unique Scandinavian-style lodges have been rated three stars and are located a mile and a half from Carnforth off the A-601 motorway and feature lots of amenities. Each of the two-bedroom lodges at Pine Lake By Diamond Resorts Resort have en suite bathrooms, kitchenettes, flat-screen television with DVD player, iPod docks, and complimentary toiletries. Wi-Fi is available at an additional cost. Amenities are an indoor heated pool, a sauna, and a steam room. Also onsite is a sports centre with water sports including sailing, canoeing, and water-skiing. There is also a playground, a coin-operated laundry, and free parking. The onsite restaurant at Pine Lake By Diamond Resorts Resort has a varied menu including children’s options. There is also a relaxed bar area that features evening entertainment. ndry, and free parking. Nearby Lune Valley, on the edges of Lancashire and The Lake District National Park, offers plenty of outdoor activities for nature lovers. The picturesque and historic villages of Silverdale and Arnside are also only a short distance away. more

  • Hotel The County Hotel Carnforth

    Situated in the heart of the charming village of Carnforth, the The County Hotel Hotel offers recently updated accommodation and features a ‘local’ pub that is popular with locals and guests alike. The spacious rooms are simply furnished with contemporary pieces. Each features en-suite bathroom with hairdryer and toiletries, TV, work area, tea/coffee station and radio. Reception is on hand to assist with local information; while off street parking is also available. Both continental and full English breakfast options are available every morning. There is also a restaurant and carvery serving the very best of hearty Lancashire and English dishes, as well as a popular pub. The The County Hotel Hotel is barely 200 yards from Carnforth Railway Station, while the town itself is an excellent base to explore the lovely Lancashire countryside. For those visiting the Lake District, Lake Windermere is about 22 miles to the north. more

  • Hotel Tewitfield Marina Carnforth

    Tewitfield Marina lies alongside theTewitfield locks on the Lancaster Canal. The five-star accommodation consists of apartments and townhouses. The townhouses have up to four bedrooms and most accommodation units at Tewitfield Marina include a balcony or patio with marina views. They also feature: flat-screen TV with satellite channels and DVD player. There is a separate living area and a fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine and microwave. Boat mooring (surcharge) is available and there is free, private parking. There is an on-site, food-serving, country style pub, with real ale selections. Opposite the complex is Greenlands Farm Village. This incorporates a farm shop which sells homemade and local produce. This section of the Lancaster Canal has 41 miles ... with no locks. Lancaster and the seaside resort of Morecambe are nearby.  It is a 30-minute drive to the Yorkshire Dales and to the Lake District. more

  • Hotel The Royal Carnforth

    The Royal is situated in the quiet village of Bolton Le Sands and boasts an ideal location for exploring the nearby Lake District National Park. Guest rooms have en-suite showers and feature flat-screen televisions, desks, and tea and coffee making facilities. This canal-side hotel has an outdoor seating area and a spacious beer garden right beside the canal. Guests can enjoy evening entertainment on designated nights, and there is also onsite parking available, as well as complimentary Wi-Fi. Breakfast is served each morning, and traditional favourites such as burgers, fish & chips, and grilled options are served at the restaurant and pub. The Royal is located near the historic city of Lancaster, as well as Lune Valley. Other nearby attractions include the Forest of Bowland and the town of Morecambe. more

  • Hotel Rose Cottage Carnforth

    Rose Cottage is a peaceful traditional cottage located in a beautiful setting, the well appointed, immaculate rooms offer views across the gardens to Ingleborough. Situated just 3 miles from Kirkby Lonsdale, Rose Cottage Bed and Breakfast is in the heart of the Lune Valley between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales. The perfect location for your trip to the north. You will find the cottage off the M6 between Junctions 34 and 36. There is great walking from the door and the village has a highly recommended pub, The Lunesdale Arms. There is free parking, free wifi and a garden with a summer house and views across open fields to the Yorkshire Dales. Kirkby Lonsdale is a beautiful bustling market town a short drive from Rose Cottage Bed and Breakfast, it has a number of independent shops, pubs and restaurants. more

  • Hotel The Homestead Carnforth

    Welcome to the Homestead Luxury Bed & Breakfast The Homestead offers, elegance, space, peace and quiet reminiscent of a bygone age. We are situated very close to two of the most stunning National Parks in the UK, namely, the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales. Our beautiful guest rooms and self contained suite are tastefully and sympathetically decorated, having period furniture with en-suite or private bathroom facilities. Please take advantage of a complimentary drink, slice of delicious cake or chocolates upon arrival! Enjoy a hearty Full English or Continental breakfast to set you up for the day. Whatever the season or your reason for visiting; sightseeing, walking, riding, chilling out or shopping, The Homestead is the perfect base to explore; the Lake District, Yorkshire dales, Trough of Bowland and the surrounding areas. Popular local interests include fishing, shooting, golf, walking, bird-watching and cycling. For those wanting to indulge in a spot of retail therapy, look no further than; Lancaster, Kendal, Kirkby lonsdale or Hawes with local markets, antique shops, cafes, bars, restaurants and many well known high street outlets mingling with local speciality stores offering the very best local produce. Maria and Kevin warmly welcome you to our home in the beautiful Lune Valley, we look forward to seeing you. About Us The Homestead, formerly Edmundson House, has had an interesting but somewhat varied history. The Homestead is believed to have started life in the 16th Century (built in 1560) as a family home at the centre of village life, sited directly opposite St Wilfid’s, a Norman Church also known colloquially as the Cathedral of the Lune valley. It probably remained a family house for a great part of its history until in more recent times becoming a cottage maternity hospital. Later in life it was transformed into a Public House, firstly the Horse and Groom, then the Strawberry Inn, until undergoing a curious metamorphosis into a Temperance Hall. After that rather chequered history it went full circle, once again becoming a family home, or should I say a number of self contained apartments until finally it was fully and sympathetically restored back into a singularly unique family property. Kevin and Maria took several years lovingly restoring the place, breathing life back into the fabric of this old building. Our labour of love has been fully rewarded by the joy of living in a wonderful, historic yet comfortable house. Come and share the experience with us, be our guests, we look forward to meeting you. Facilities • On-site parking • Free Broadband-Wi Fi • Real fires and log burning stoves • Wonderful, views of the countryside • Walks down to the River Lune • Large, Lawned Garden, 60 metres from the courtyard garden • Courtyard Garden Terrace where you can; relax, enjoy a drink or read a newspaper! • Local Produce • Country location • Storage for bikes etc • Tea & coffee making facilities • White Bathrobes and slippers • Complimentary drinks with delicious cakes or chocolates upon arrival Our local country pubs serving great food include; The Lunesdale Arms at Tunstall, the Highwayman at Burrow, The Fenwick seafood pub at Claughton and Sun Dial at Lower Bentham all are no more than a 3 minutes drive away. Further afield Kirkby Lonsdale boasts many pubs, restaurants and wine bars which include; The Sun Inn, The Royal Hotel, Plato’s, Avanti and the Snooty Fox to name but a few. For those preferring not to drive, Local buses, albeit, not too frequent, go to Ingleton, Kirkby Lonsdale and Lancaster, you can fully enjoy days or nights out without worrying about driving or parking. We do offer our guests transport to and from local amenities, please just ask! The Homestead offers two very spacious and comfortable double bedrooms with en suite or private facilities and one twin room with private facilities. Our guests can take breakfast in either our elegant dining or breakfast room and may use our Study Sitting room where they may plan their days, read, listen to music or simply relax. Places to visit within half an hours drive: Forest of Bowland The Forest of Bowland is a true jewel of the English landscape. It is a proud possessor of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty status, this beautiful part of the country offers you inspiring landscape throughout the year. Whether you’re out for a lazy afternoon drive, a walk through heather-clad moorland or powering up a muddy cycle track, this magical setting is the ideal place for a great getaway. The Yorkshire Dales The Yorkshire Dales boasts outstanding scenery, a range of wildlife habitats, all in all a rich cultural heritage and tranquility. Designated a national park in recognition of these most important qualities. The Dales lie astride the Pennines in the north of England spanning the counties of North Yorkshire and Cumbria There are a large number of main dales, differing greatly from each other in character and atmosphere. The south dales area is more densely populated than the North which stretches up to the Tees and beyond, its relatively small population live in the scattered farms, villages and small market towns of the Dales. People have lived in the area since pre-historic times and left an indelible mark on the landscape. The features include ancient settlements and mine workings, a network of dry stone walls and agricultural barns which are so typical of the Dales area. Early agricultural work cleared the woodlands, developed the fields many of which now have a network of paths. Each of the Yorkshire Dales has a different character. The Southern Dales are less remote, and attract day visitors as well as staying guests. The Northern Dales provide rugged scenery for walking and sightseeing. In the West, the villages and small towns have their own charm. Throughout the Dales there is a variety of accommodation and attractions which can keep any visitor fully engaged. The Yorkshire Dales is well worth a visit at any time of year curl up in The Homestead with an open fire and a glass of your favourite tipple in the winter months, or for a spring break with a touch of luxury, or great for an autumn weekend. Whenever you stay you will find a fascinating landscape with a huge variety of things to see and do. The Lake District Cumbria and the Lake District is a perfect destination. For its sheer scenic majesty and diversity few places in England can measure up to the beautiful Lake District, visit Wordsworth country where Wordsworth, Coleridge and their Romantic compatriots famously sought their poetic muse in the 19th century. The lakes landscape is as breathtaking as any you’ll find in Switzerland or the French Alps, a panorama of mountains, craggs, scree-covered hillsides, mountainous tarns and some of the largest natural lakes anywhere in England. With such a wealth of natural riches, it’s hardly surprising that the Lake District is one of the country’s favourite places for savouring the great outdoors, but there’s much more to this region than fine views – it’s also packed with history and culture, from the abandoned slate mines around Honister and the ruined abbey of Furness to the literary landmarks of Dove Cottage and Rydal Mount, both former homes of one William Wordsworth as well as the world famous Beatrix Potter museum near to Windermere. Please come and enjoy! more

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