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Population: 10000
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D & G Taxis
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Brockwood Hall
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The industrial heyday of Millom on the Duddon estuary was in the 19th century, when the discovery of iron ore near the town saw it develop from a sleepy market town once known as Holborn Hill to an industrial centre of maybe 10,000 residents. The mining and metallurgical industries continued into the second half of the next century at Millom. The town had been an agricultural and fishing centre, protected as it is by its position in the inlet between two peninsulas. Granted a market and Easter Fair charter by Henry III in 1251, the settlement also has Holy Trinity Church to the north of the town, a sandstone structure restored by the Victorians, and the ruins of Millom Castle. The latter building dates from the 14th century, its four-storey tower now part of a farm-house. In the town centre there is now a sculpture commemorating the town’s mining boom, the piece depicts a “scutcher” stopping an ore cart with just an iron bar and his raw strength. Down the coast at Haverigg there is another notable sculpture, by adopted-Cumbrian artist Josefina de Vasconcellos. “Escape to Light” is dedicated to the inshore rescue teams around Britain. Haverigg too has some fine and safe beaches, something not immediately associated with Cumbria, but well worth the visit.


Haverigg Beach
Millom Heritage Museum And Visitor Centre
West Highland Heavy Horses


Mrs Stevenson


Seascale Health Centre
Waterloo House Surgery

Estate Agent

Bairstow Eves North West
Harrison Coward

Holiday Park

Port Haverigg Holiday Park
Silecroft Holiday Park


Station Hotel


RAF Millom Museum Car Boot

Pub and Bar

Duddon Pilot Hotel
Punch Bowl Inn
Rising Sun Inn
Ship Inn


Da Vinci Ristorante

Thai Orchid


D & G Taxis
M & V Cars
Petes Taxis

Sports Clubs

Millom Judo Club (Mackwai) (Martial Arts)


Pet Shop
Discount Footwear
Rowlands Pharmacy
Bridge Cafe
Beach Cafe
Patton Family Butchers
Junes Floral Design
Evergreen Florist
The Farm Shop Millom
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Station Hotel (0.16 miles)

Station Hotel

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The Station Hotel is located in the small coastal town of Millom on the Lake Districts Southern Peninsular. The hotels bedrooms are run on a self catering basis with the ... More

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Foxcroft Bed and Breakfast (1.03 miles)

Foxcroft Bed and Breakfast
Foxcroft is located just on the outskirts of the seaside village of Haverigg with its miles of sandy beaches and nature reserve. We provide three large bedrooms with king size beds, ensuite ... More | visit website
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Bankfield House Hotel (1.74 miles)

Bankfield House Hotel

Bankfield hotel stands in its own 5 acres of grounds in beautiful countryside. The hotel is fully licensed and has a fine reputation for good wholesome cooking using as far as possible local meat fish ... More | visit website

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Black Combe House (2.18 miles)

Black Combe House

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Peaceful village location with pub and country house hotel nearby for evening meals. All rooms en-suite and there is a comfortable lounge, Tea/coffee and scones on arrival. Generous breakfasts. Non ... More

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Brockwood Hall (2.66 miles)

Brockwood Hall

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Nestled in the scenic Whicham Valley, surrounded by protected woodland, with beautiful views opening out to the Irish Sea and the finest, freshest country air.Overlooked by the near-mountain that is ... More | visit website

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Duddon Bank Cottage (4.85 miles)

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A paradise for lovers of wildlife and birds this spacious 300 year old cottage, enjoys an elevated position amongst 5 acres of woodland and fields, in the ... More

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Clarence House Country Hotel (5.00 miles)

Clarence House Country Hotel

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Your first and lasting impression of family run Clarence House is of its cosy hospitality and relaxed informality. Guests are treated more like old friends and the welcoming country house ... More

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Greyhound Inn (5.09 miles)

Greyhound Inn

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The Greyhound is a 300 year old Country Inn just on the edge of The Lake District National Park.Our comfortable cottage-style rooms are all en-suite with tea/coffee, TV, Towels & ... More

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Park Stile Cottage (5.12 miles)

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Tucked away in the historic village of Broughton, this delightful cottage with its beamed ceilings is in an ideal location to enjoy all the amenities of the ... More

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High Cross Inn (5.12 miles)

High Cross Inn
High Cross Inn is prominently situated on the outskirts of the small market town of Broughton-in-Furness with impressive views in all directions from the Cumbrian fells all the way to the sea. It is conveniently ... More | visit website

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