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Bridleway, Arnside, Cumbria

Knott Lane

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Bridleway is a late Edwardian house, with a distinctive Arts and Crafts feel, set in beautiful gardens within the Arnside/Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We offer two bedrooms with en-suite facilities, plasma-screen TV, tea/coffee making facilities and free WIFI connections. Breakfast is taken in the conservatory or on the terrace using homemade, local and organic produce where possible. We regret that we do not allow pets.

Arnside is situated on the Kent estuary in the south of Cumbria. There is a direct rail link to Manchester Airport. The M6 at junction 36 is a 10 minute drive. Our house is located on a quiet lane giving direct access to Arnside Knott and is just half a mile from the Coastal Footpath.


Number of Rooms: 2
Number Ensuite: 2

Price per Room:

Double: £70
Twin: £65
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