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September 2016: Essexís Colne Valley

As Augustís rainy season disappears and Septemberís mellow sunshine begins the English countryside beckons alluringly. Our rivers define much about the land. They carve its ...More
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Longlands , Carnforth

Longlands
Come and make yourself at home at our family run Inn the Longlands. Our 11 Inn rooms are all designed individually with an eclectic mix of old and new. Some ... More Prices from £88.00

Plough Hotel, Lupton

Plough Hotel
The Plough has 6 luxury classic rooms and suites which are aptly named after former landowners of Lupton (Lupeton) dating as far back as "Torsin" in the Domesday survey of ... More Prices from £120.0

Crooklands Hotel, Crooklands nr Kendal

Crooklands Hotel
Situated in an idyllic location, between Peasy Beak and Lancaster Canal, surrounded by rolling hills and green countryside. Just 1 mile from junction 36 of the M6, an ideal location ... More Prices from £115.00

Woodlands Hotel , Grange Over Sands

Woodlands Hotel
The Woodlands Hotel and Pine Lodges is a Lake District hidden gem. A charming country house superbly situated in three acres of woodlands that provide cover for roe deer and ... More Prices from £86.00

Beech Hill House, Grange Over Sands

Beech Hill House
Beech Hill House is easy to find, just off the A590 at Witherslack and 8 minutes from the M6 J36, making it ideal for business use, ‚Äėstop-overs, short breaks and ... More Prices from £88.00

Truckhaven (Carnforth) Ltd, Carnforth

Truckhaven (Carnforth) Ltd
Truckhaven is 2 minutes from the M6 Carnforth, with 26 en-suite bedrooms and 1family room, all equipped with shower. Each with flat screen T.V, tea and coffee facilities, wi-fi and ... More Prices from £60.00

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