Lymehurst Hotel

Guest House in Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria

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Kents Bank Road
Grange-over-Sands
Cumbria
England
LA11 7EY

Lymehurst Hotel, Grange-over-Sands

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Lymehurst Hotel is a beautiful, centrally located small hotel in Grange over Sands, Cumbria, on the outskirts of The Lake District. The hotel is a classic Victorian building, retaining many original features, which emanates a welcoming, restful atmosphere. The large rooms provide an airy feel and offer an oasis of peace where you can truly relax and enjoy your break.

The building has been delightfully maintained and proudly displays much of its charming Victorian character while enveloping guests in a truly tranquil sense of comfort. There is ample parking for guests and the local train station is just half a mile away. Lymestone restaurant is situated on the lower ground floor of the hotel.

Here guests can enjoy lunch and dinner prepared using hand-picked local ingredients, seasonally selected and treated with a level of respect and dedication that only one of the countrys finest Chefs could muster. The theme prevalent through all of the dishes on offer is a classically cooked meal enhanced with modern twists, giving a uniquely fresh view on British cuisine. Enjoy a hearty Lake District Breakfast in the Breakfast room.

You can choose from a buffet or have your meal cooked freshly to order by the resident Master Chef using the finest Lakeland ingredients. On the ground floor of this serene Grange over Sands hotel, there is a large spacious lounge, where guests can enjoy afternoon tea, browse through the local information provided or enjoy a drink from the bar in Lymestone restaurant. It is also a great place for a guests own get together or special celebration, with two dining areas that can cater for up to 25 people in each area.

Also the lounge on the first floor is ideal for you to relax in for Pre-dinner drinks and afterwards for coffee and liqueurs.Grange over Sands is known as the Lake District Riviera due to the gentle climate resulting from its sheltered coastal position. The views across the bay are spectacular and ever changing. The local fells provide stunning scenery and are easily accessible.

Numerous local walks start close to the Hotel, such as the Hampsfell Nature Trail, the Cistercian Way, and the Cumbria Coastal Path. For the more intrepid there are guided walks across Morecambe bay and the Cumbria Cycle Way. These can easily be combined with the excellent public transport by road or rail to provide a convenient return journey.

There are also two local golf courses, both welcome non-members. For those wanting to spend time relaxing in the town there is the lovely promenade, attractive ornamental gardens, a wide selection of tearooms and many interesting local shops.

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