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Tewitfield Marina, Carnforth, Lancashire

Tewitfield Marina
Chapel Lane Tewitfield
Carnforth
Lancashire

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Tewitfield Marina is a purpose built hamlet with its own luxury holiday accommodation complex. Situated on the Lancashire and Cumbria border alongside Tewitfield Locks on the Lancaster Canal we provide our guests with the perfect place to stay with easy access to some of Britainís best loved countryside, with both the Lake District and theYorkshire Dales being less than half an hours drive away. Also close by is the historic city of Lancaster with its castles, museums and parks to visit, and the seaside town of Morecambe, famous for its breathtaking sunsets across the bay and over the Lakeland Fells, as well as the beautiful villages of Arnside and Silverdale within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.Tewitfieldís location makes it ideal for those who wish to take a more active holiday with nearby facilities offering a host of sporting pursuits including bird watching at the nearby Leighton Moss RSPB Nature Reserve, fishing or a peaceful round of golf to a more exhilarating quad bike ride! Within the immediate vicinity there is a welcoming country pub, theLonglands Hotel, serving real ale with a varied food menu. Just across the road is Greenlands Farm Village with its own farm shop selling crafts and local produce alongside a cafť where you can relax and sample fresh homemade food.

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