Beech Hill House

Bed and Breakfast in Sandside, Lancashire

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LA11 6RH

Beech Hill House, Sandside

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Our bed and breakfast is just off the A590 at Witherslack, 8 minutes from the M6 J36 in an unspoilt corner of the Lake District National Park. Enjoy the Lake District and stay in the South Lakes - close to the lakes, away from the crowds! Ideal stop-over. 2 en-suite rooms, 1 with private balcony with table and chairs.

Dogs welcome. Windermere, Kendal, Coniston, Ulverston, Barrow-in-Furness, Cartmel and Grange-over-Sands just a short drive away.

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From: £45.00

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