Broughton In Furness

Broughton-in-Furness is a pleasant old market town well away from the more tea-shoppe Lakeland, but in easy reach of Coniston to the north and offering the less explored Furness Peninsula to the south and Cumbria’s lovely coast westwards.. Read More

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Hotels in Broughton In Furness - 4 places to stay

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High Cross Inn

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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Park Stile Cottage

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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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Duddon Bank Cottage

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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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Greyhound Inn (2.36 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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Brockwood Hall (3.28 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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Station Hotel (5.01 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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Lake Cottage (5.04 miles)

Lake Cottage

A modern, stone and timber detached cottage situated on the southern shore of Coniston Water, 6 miles from the village of Coniston. This delightful property, with open plan living area, shares a private 4 acre ... More

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The Red Lion (5.14 miles)

The Red Lion

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The Red Lion Ulverston is a small country Inn with beautiful views, close to Lake Coniston. Good food, good beer, dogs and children welcome. There is a wide selection on ... More

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Farmers Arms (5.89 miles)

Farmers Arms

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The Farmers Arms Hotel is set in the beautiful English Lake District, with views of the Crake Valley and the Old Man of Coniston.
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Bankfield House Hotel (5.93 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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Foxcroft Bed and Breakfast (6.01 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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Royal Oak (6.07 miles)

Set in the Lake District National Park you will find the small village of Spark Bridge which is nestled in the Crake Valley. The Royal Oak Inn dates back to the 17th century and was ... More | visit website
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Wilson Arms (6.10 miles)

Wilson Arms

The Wilson Arms is a family owned Country Inn set in the heart of the Lake District. Situated in the small village of Torver nestled in the shadow of The Old Man of Coniston and ... More | visit website

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