Accommodation near Moss House Farm
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10 matches found:

3 Assessed
£90-105 per night
4.0km (2.5 miles) away
Broughton-in-Furness is a Charter Town and was bestowed this honour by Queen Elizabeth 1st. Broughton-in-Furness is a friendly town boasting a good community feel. Many walks & cycling routes start and finish here. The Old King s Head is now privately owned. It has undergone extensive refurbishment on its six En-suite bedrooms. ... more
NC Non-Classified
£75+ per night
6.9km (4.3 miles) away
Millom Heritage Museum and visitors centre is just a 2 minute walk away from the guest house. Holy Trinity Church a grade 1 listed Norman building is only a 15 minute walk away. Barrow-in-furness is a 40 minute drive away along a picturesque coastal road. Coastal area of Duddon Sands. Full Cumbrian breakfast using local ... more
3 Self Classified

7.4km (4.6 miles) away
The Farmers Arms is a traditional friendly pub located in the heart of Cumbria. The pub lays claim to be one of the oldest in the lakes. Dating back to the 14th century the building took up use as a coaching Inn in the 17th century and has been welcoming customers ever since. Set in the Crake valley with views of the Old Man of ... more
4 Self Classified
£50-95 per night
9.9km (6.1 miles) away
Once you arrive at our hotel you can t help but notice that this small hotel has being here for a good number of years. We (the Pound Family) brought the hotel in June 2009 but we have not been the sole owners of this beautiful hotel. The building was built way back in 1814 and has out seen many owners but please do not panic the ... more
4 Self Classified

10.0km (6.2 miles) away
The Derby Arms is situated in the beautiful village of Great Urswick close to the market town of Ulverston and the Lake District. A lovely old pub with log fire in the winter and sunny terrace in summer we offer four en suite bedrooms in a separate stable block and a warm welcome from staff and locals. Great Urswick is the perfect ... more
3 Assessed
£61-96 per night
10.1km (6.2 miles) away
Located in South Cumbria on the edge of The Lake District National Park Chequers Hotel is nestled between the coastal town of Barrow-in-Furness and the market town of Ulverston the start of the 70 mile Cumbrian Way. The ancient town of Dalton-in-Furness lies in a narrow valley which extends deep into Morecambe Bay. Only 5 ... more
4 AA Assessed
£73-200 per night
11.9km (7.4 miles) away
Abbey House Hotel & Gardens is more than just a luxury Lake District hotel Set in 14 acres of landscaped grounds on the doorstep of the Southern Lake District Originally built for the Vickers Shipyard as a home to Commander Craven Abbey House Hotel & Gardens is now a stunning award winning wedding venue. The newly created and ... more
4 Self Classified
£80-200 per night
12.1km (7.5 miles) away
This luxurious first floor apartment is situated on the Coast Road overlooking the ever changing scenery of Morecambe Bay. Guests can simply relax on the cushioned sofa or comfortable chairs overlooking the Bay and Lancashire Coastline or get out and about either on foot or by car and enjoy the wonderful scenery. The Furness ... more
4 Self Classified
£55-70 per night
13.3km (8.2 miles) away
Situated in the coastal town of Barrow in Furness 30 minutes from the heart of the English Lake District and a short distance from the town centre. The Lisdoonie is a true family run hotel which has been run by the cook family for the past 40 years and has gained a reputation for its friendly atmosphere and first rate food. The ... more
3 Self Classified

13.7km (8.5 miles) away
Greenbank Guest House is a large imposing building dating from 1898 situated on Abbey Road the impressive Victorian approach to Barrow in Furness. This family run business has recently been extensively refurbished to provide Bed and Breakfast accommodation of the highest standard and guests are assured of a warm and friendly ... more

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