Somerset House

Guest House in Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

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

Somerset House, Grange-over-Sands

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20 minutes from the M6, junction 36, lies Somerset House, in the tranquil Edwardian resort of Grange over Sands, on the tip of the Cartmel Peninsula, in Cumbria's Lake District, overlooking the vast sandy reaches of Morecambe Bay. We are 10 minutes walk from the railway station with direct services to Manchester Airport.Somerset House is the town centre B and B, open every day of the year, with ample nearby parking.Guests are welcomed with 8 comfortable en-suite rooms, single,double,twin and family, with free wi-fi internet facility.We welcome everyone, especially families, walkers, cyclists , nature lovers, and golfers.We are also a pet friendly establishment. All grades of walks are available straight from the front door.

We are right on route no 20, W2W, on the National Cycle Network. Somerset House offers an evening bistro with a licensed bar. Light snacks and packed lunches are available throughout the day.

 4 star rating

From: £78.00

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