Stunning Grange-over-Sands Staycation

Holiday rental in Grange-over-Sands: Whether you like exploring, rambling or simply relaxing, Lothlorien holiday rental in Grange-over-Sands is a perfect choice for your staycation. Set on the edge of Morecambe…

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Nine Standards Rigg

Nine Standards Rigg is a collection of large cairns sitting high on the fell above Kirkby Stephen. It is believed the cairns have stood on this site for over 800…

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Have a Break in Grange-over-Sands

Have a relaxing break in Grange-over-Sands. If your overseas holidays are off-limits this year, look no further than a relaxing break in Grange-over-Sands. With a mile long promenade, formal flowerbeds…

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Chapel House Woods

Chapel House Woods near Staveley is on the southern edge of Windermere and covers an area of 333 hectares. Chapel House is situated within the Lake District National Park. Most…

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Levens Hall and Topiary Garden

Levens Hall is situated just off the A6 at near Levens village. The hall (with pele-tower) is the largest Elizabethan house in the Lake District. The topiary gardens are world…

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Sedbergh

Sedbergh is England’s official book town which came about after the devastating foot and mouth disease in 2001. Many of the shops and cafes and even the chippy stock books…

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The Hoad Monument – Ulverston
The Hoad monument is a memorial to Sir John Barrow who was born in Ulverston in 1795. The Hoad monument in Ulverston was built in 1850 from local limestone and funded by local subscription.

The Hoad Monument – Ulverston

The Hoad monument is a memorial to Sir John Barrow who was born in Ulverston in 1795. Built in 1850 from local limestone it was funded by local subscription. The…

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Roudsea Wood and Nature Reserve

Roudsea Wood and Mosses is situated just off the Leven Estuary near Greenodd. The wood is one of the Britain’s most important woodland sites. To the east of the woodlands…

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Frank’s Bridge – Kirkby Stephen
Frank's Bridge

Frank’s Bridge – Kirkby Stephen

Frank’s Bridge spans the river Eden at Kirkby Stephen. Built in the 17th century, the bridge was used for transporting coffins from the nearby hamlets of Winton and Hartley. Stones…

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Old Park Wood

Old Park Wood and Leven Estuary Old Park Wood is an ancient woodland situated on the Holker Estate. The area is managed for wildlife and conservation purposes and is an…

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