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Inns in Barrow-in-Furness

Ambrose Hotel
Duke Street

LA14 1XT | View map

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At the edge of the Lake District, this family-run hotel combines 19th century oak-beamed charm with 21st century amenities, and offers the ideal base for exploring the Lake District.
Barrow-in-Furness is just 15 minutes from the Lake District, is close to South Lakes Wildlife Park (the top tourist destination in the Lake District), Furness Abbey, Piel Island and other tourist attractions. And, as the ‘indoor centre for the Lakes’, there’s plenty to do if you’re unlucky with the weather. If you want to go out in the evening, you will find a multiplex cinema, a bowling alley and numerous restaurants within a few minutes’ walk.

The hotel itself has 17 en suite, well-appointed bedrooms. Each room has a flat-screen TV with around 150 channels and Wi-Fi internet access.
The hotel bar is open from 17.00 - 24.00 each day.
Breakfast is served from 07.30 - 09.00.
The hotel restaurant is open from 12.00 - 14.00 for lunch, and 17.00 - 21.00 for dinner.
The hotel reception is open 24 hours to accommodate for late arrivals and any queries you may have.
There is a games room, including a pool table and darts board, that is available for children until 20.00

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