Hazelmere cafe is situated on Yewbarrow Terrace opposite the duck pond in Grange-over-Sands.
The cafe is an independent, family-run business and has
Grange-over-Sands: Out of Season Break?
You can still have a fantastic holiday here in the Lakes even though the days are shorter and the nights
Ornamental Gardens With An Intriguing History?Most visitors to Grange-Over-Sands will have admired the ornamental gardens.Coupled with an expansive pond that forms the beautiful Victorian
5 Must-Do Walks in the Grange Area:Hampsfell:- Hampsfell is a modest hill rising above Grange and is a popular half-day walk for visitors.
Foulshaw Moss Nature Reserve near Grange-over-Sands.Each year a pair of breeding Ospreys return to South Cumbria to raise their chicks.
Grange Dog-Friendly Holiday Cottage: Dogs love Cumbria so don’t leave your four-legged friend at home. There is so much to see and do in Grange-over-Sands
Arnside Viaduct – Spectacular Engineering:Arnside Viaduct was built in 1857 across the Kent Estuary linking the Furness Railway to Barrow-in-Furness (then a new iron
A Grange-over-Sands Holiday?Early daysFollowing the arrival of the railway in 1857, Grange suddenly underwent a complete transformation.Virtually overnight the area grew up from a
Lindale is close to the River Winster on the old Lancashire and Westmorland border.
St Paul’s church along with the local pub, The Royal Oak
The Parish Hall (pictured) on Cartmel Fell was once the school but closed in 1971 due to the falling number of pupils.
Opposite the hall