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Our latest Lake District Accommodations:

Old Kings Head no smoking wifi

Old Kings Head

Old Kings Head bedroom

Old Kings Head bar area

The Old King's Head is a welcoming traditional family run pub and B&B with open fires, a bar,  a restaurant serving a menu of appetising home cooked food, snacks, and a comfortable bed for the night.

Cheerfully run by management team of John and Steph, The Old King's Head in Broughton-in- Furness is an ideal base from where guests can explore this area of Cumbria which has long been renowned for it's peace, natural beauty of land and seascapes, and a diverse range of wildlife habitats. Visitors will soon discover miles of walks, hikes and cycle rides to suit all abilities, and, we are not far from the lakes of Coniston and Windermere.

Returning from a day on the Furness Fells or exploring the nearby idyllic Duddon Valley, guests and day visitors can look forward to  relaxing at the Old King's Head with a pre-dinner drink chosen from a well stocked bar to be followed by a hearty meal.

The Old King's Head is one of the oldest buildings in Broughton-in-Furness with a recorded history of 300 years. We offer a mix of well appointed refurbished en-suite rooms and no matter if you are looking for a long term stay or just one of a single night or weekend, contact us for details of rooms available.

Non Smoking.
Three Double; One Twin; One Family.
All rooms en-suite.
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities and T.V.
Beer Garden during Summer Months.
Centrally Heated.
Log Fires on Colder Evenings.
Free Wi-Fi.
Walker and Cyclist Friendly.
Secure Cycle Storage.
Level Entrance to Bar and Restaurant.
Clothes Drying Area.
Close to Shops, Tourist Information Office and Open Countryside.
1 Mile from Foxfield Railway Station on the Cumbrian Coast Line

Address: The Old Kings Head, Church Street, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria. CA 20 6HA
Phone: +44 (0)1229 716293
Website: Coming soon.
Email: jarj@live.com


Appleby Castle

Appleby Castle from the air.

Appleby Castle 4 poster.

Appleby Castle bedroom.

Appleby Castle, the historic home of Lady Anne Clifford, stands undisturbed on the edge of the old market town of Appleby in the very heart of Cumbria's tranquil unspoiled Eden Valley.

This ancient building whose rich and varied history can be traced back to Roman times has on occasions been held by both the Kings of Scotland and Kings of England. Today, following extensive restoration work, the owner, Sally Nightingale, has opened it's doors to paying guests who have a wish to experience something of the character of days gone by.

If it's only a short break, a complete get-away, a wedding, corporate, social or sporting event, there is a choice of seven rooms equipped with 17th C  four poster beds, antique wardrobes and furnishings, medieval style wall hangings together with a complete range of modern day guest facilities.

In addition, there are three self catering two bedroomed cottages and a studio apartment for two people within the castle grounds for extra privacy.

Check in time is 3pm and afterwards guests are invited for a welcome drink and afternoon tea followed at 4pm with a complimentary informative guided tour of the inside of the castle.

Appleby Castle is situated in “Cumbria's Last Wilderness” between the fells and waters of the English Lake District to the west, and the Dales and moors of the North Pennines to the east. The timeless quality of Cumbria's Eden Valley combined with a taste of “Gracious Living” will provide you with a truly memorable experience.

The Castle has it's own stretch of river for fishing and can accommodate fishing, golfing and shooting parties.

Address: Appleby Castle, Appleby-in-Westmorland, Cumbria, England CA16 6XH
Phone: +44 (0)17683 30318
Website: http://www.applebycastle.co.uk
Email: applebycastle1092@gmail.com

Cumbria Motor Home Hire

Cumbria Motor Home Hire

Cumbria Motor Home Hire gives you the freedom and independence to explore every corner of the Lake District and Cumbria's many attractions in the comfort and safety of one of our brand new motor homes.
We are based on the Furness Peninsula close to the old market town of Ulverston on the edge of the Lake District National Park with easy access from the airports of Manchester and Liverpool and major road and rail networks.
Our 4 and 6 berth vehicles are equipped to the highest standards with a range of features designed to ensure you can roam and enjoy one of the U.K.'s top holiday destinations in your own time and at your own pace.

Go to our website for a full description of our Motor Home facilities and to check availability calendars, pricing, and book on-line, or, call us if you prefer to book over the phone.

Address: Priory Road, Ulverston. LA12 9QE.
Phone: +44 (0)7907 313 936 (open from 9am – 9pm) or 01229 584712
Website: www.cumbriamotorhomehire.co.uk

Bardsea Leisure Park

Bardsea Leisure Park Touring Pitch

Bardsea Leisure Park Static Pitch

Bardsea Leisure Park Adventure Playground.

Bardsea Leisure Park is situated on the beautiful Furness Peninsula close to the old market town of Ulverston, birthplace of Stan Laurel, and famous for it's year round programme of colourful festivals, concerts, sporting challenges, and traditional Lake District events.

We occupy a peaceful location on a privately owned sheltered 10 acre site within an extensively landscaped former quarry.
Here, in an area which has been described as "South Lakeland's Undiscovered Gem"and standing at the gateway to the dramatic scenery of the Lake District National Park surrounded by historic villages, ancient settlements and close to a coastline teeming with wildlife, Bardsea Leisure Park is an ideal location for those looking for a holiday with easy access to a whole range of outdoor activities amid breathtaking scenery.
The site welcomes guests with touring caravans and motorhomes as well as having caravans available for sale. Our static and touring pitches are all fully serviced, all weather, with electricity and water hook-up's and satellite T.V. connected.
Facilities on site include a launderette and pot-wash; a children's adventure playground; a dog walking area; a griddle which serves hot and cold food during the summer months, and Cumbria's largest accessory shop for caravanner's and campers.
Our dedicated friendly team are here to ensure your stay at Bardsea Leisure Park is a worthwhile and enjoyable experience.

On Site Facilities:
Electricity and Water Hook-Up
Pets Welcome
Dog Walking Area
Children's Adventure Playground
Disabled Toilets
Caravan and Accessory Shop

Nearby Attractions:
Ulverston. South Lakeland's friendly Market Town
The Laurel and Hardy Museum
The Sir John Barrow Monument
An 18 Hole Golf Course
Outdoor/Indoor Sports Complex with Gym
South Lake Animal Park
Furness Abbey
The Dock Museum in Barrow
Conishead Priory Buddhist Monastery

Address: Bardsea Leisure Park Priory Road, Ulverston Cumbria LA12 9QE
Phone: +44 (0)1229 584712
Website: www.bardsealeisure.co.uk
Email: reception@bardsealeisure.co.uk

Urswick and Aldingham Cottages

Lavender Cottage

Daffodil Cottage

Primrose Cottage

Bluebell Cottage

Urswick Cottages

Lavender Cottage is a fantastic end-terraced holiday cottage located in the quaint village of Little Urswick in the South Lakes, near Ulverston, Cumbria. Lavender Cottage oozes character with features such as its’ oak beams, inglenook fireplace and original stone-flagged kitchen floor together with modern appliances and underfloor heating throughout, your stay will be extremely comfortable and full of charm all year round.

Daffodil Cottage is a good quality terraced cottage in the pretty village of Little Urswick, near Ulverston in Cumbria. Lovingly restored, the cottage provides an ideal base for a couple or small family who wish to explore this delightful and quiet corner of Cumbria, just a short drive from the Lake District National Park. Set out over two floors, this charming, compact cottage offers a lovely, cosy sitting room with gas fire and exposed stonework, a modern well-equipped kitchen, and two well laid-out bedrooms served by a shower room. Outside is a small patio area with furniture, a lovely place to sit out and watch the world go by, along with an enclosed lawned garden to the rear.

Aldingham Cottages

Aldingham Cottages are situated in the small village of Aldingham, on the door step of the Lake District, and have a subtle balance of a cottage feel yet contemporary design with all of the luxuries that you would expect from top end holiday cottages including: TV with Freeview and a DVD player, Broadband/WI-FI, underfloor heating, wood burning stoves, electric fires, bedrooms including bath tubs and private terraces with a hot tub.

Bluebell Cottage and Primrose Cottage are fantastic 2 bedroomed mid-terraced properties, while Daisy Cottage and Snowdrop Cottage are end-terraced 1 bedroomed properties offering spectacular coastal views.
Aldingham Cottages may also be booked together with the possibility of sleeping up to 12 people.

Address: Bardsea Leisure Park Priory Road, Ulverston Cumbria LA12 9QE
Phone: +44 (0)1229 584712
Website: www.holidaycottagessouthlakes.co.uk
Email: reception@bardsealeisure.co.uk

Moss Lea Kennels