East Mount House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

55 East Mount
LA13 9AD

East Mount House, Barrow-in-Furness

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Accommodation Description:

East Mount House is a lovely 8 bedroomed guest house on the lovely tree lined abbey road 1/2 mile from the town centre and with in easy reach of the train station

We have 8 en-suite rooms free car parking for up to 8 cars we offer free wi fi all room have tea & coffee making facilities we also have a small lounge for you to relax in if you so wish we are perfectly placed for visits to Furness Abbey and exploring the Lake District peninsula, charming market towns such as Ulverston and Broughton and the Lake District national park and coast. We are ideally placed for the start (or end) of the Walney to Wear Coast to Coast cycle route

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