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Roa Island House
Piel Street Roa Island
Barrow-in-Furness
Cumbria

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Very quiet. Very peaceful. Imposing light and airy Edwardian house on the edge of the sea overlooking Morecambe Bay. This small, classy guest house assures privacy, tranquility and comfort. Individual styled bedrooms with hospitality tray and TV and up to the minute en suites.
A particular feature of the house is the tower sitting room (the highest point on the Island) with extensive views. Our courtyard provides off-road parking for several vehicles and to the rear of the property is the breakfast room and guest TV lounge both of which look out onto the gardens and the beautiful views towards Morecambe Bay and PieI Island. The property is truly unique.
Nearest restaurant/bar 1 mile away. The nearest town is Barrow in Furness (4 miles) with Ulverston in the other direction along the Coast Rd (8 miles). Consequently there is easy access to the Lake District via the stunning coast road.

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