Places to Visit

Getting outside into nature is vital to our health and happiness.

With picturesque countryside, quiet lanes, and beautiful scenery, this self-catering holiday let in Grange-over-Sands an ideal base for exploring.

If cycling is your thing, this is the place, from short local rides, (ideal for families), to longer more challenging rides into the Lake District National Park can be easily be reached from here.

Here on our content hub, you can find ideas and inspiration to help you find your own happy place in this beautiful part of the country.


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Sir John Barrow – Ulverston:Sir John Barrow was born in Ulverston, Cumbria in 1764.He was the son of a journeyman tanner.His birthplace is this
Just north of Kendal is Selside.
Experience A Cross Bay WalkStep back in time and experience the thrill of traversing Morecambe Bay’s vast expanse, a tradition dating back to Roman times.
Heysham: The pretty coastal village of Heysham overlooks Morecambe Bay which is 45 minutes away by car from Lothlorien. The village has many beautiful
St. Michael’s Church, Barton: A Timeless SanctuarySt.
The Royalty Cinema, Bowness-on-Windermere:There are many things to do and see in the Lake District, but on a rainy day why not catch a
A Guide to Grange-over-Sands 2024Being on the northern edge of Morecambe Bay, Grange has been at the mercy of winds and changing sea currents for
Discovering Caldbeck: A Journey Through TimeThe fell village of Caldbeck lies on the northern fringe of the Lake District.
Hawkshead: A Picturesque Perfect Lake District Village:Situated in the heart of the Lake District National Park, Hawkshead is a charming and picture-perfect village located
The Hidden Charms of Allithwaite:Allithwaite is a small village situated 2 miles north-west from Grange-over-Sands in the Lake District.Its altitude is higher than other
Brucciani’s Scoops of Joy The Brucciani family has been making ice cream in Morecambe for over 100 years and is best known for its specialty
Fox’s Pulpit:Quakerism first came to the Lake District in 1652 when George Fox visited the northwest of England.Mr Fox was a leading figure in
Unsworth’s Yard: Cartmel’s Microbrewery and Food Hub:Unsworth’s Yard is a microbrewery and food hub located in the heart of the picturesque village of Cartmel
Visit Ancient ApplebyTucked into the curve of the Riven Eden is the ancient market town of Appleby-in-Westmorland which is 15 miles from Penrith.It’s a sleepy
Coniston Village is a typical small Lakeland community. It is perfectly placed at the foot of the 2,635ft high Old Man of Coniston.

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