Corner Beech House

Guest Accommodation in Grange, Lancashire

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Kents Bank Road
LA11 7DP

Corner Beech House, Grange

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Accommodation Description:

Award-winning entirely refurbished Edwardian Bed and Breakfast with magnificent views of Morecambe Bay. Corner Beech House benefits from a wonderful Lake District location, convenient for attractions yet away from the crowds. It offers a welcoming atmosphere and relaxing ensuite rooms with excellent modern luxuries to make your stay more enjoyable.

Guests enjoy access to the free magazines, book and DVD library, and a cosy sitting area in your room to read, relax or plan your following day.Within easy walking distance of the amenities in Grange, yet just minutes drive to Windermere, Kendal and Coniston, this is a perfect base for exploring the Lake District.

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From: £66.00

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