Visit Carnforth and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Carnforth, Lancashire. Nearby are two old houses of interest, open to the public: Borwick Hall and Leighton Hall, Borwick, about 2 miles North East, stands among fine gardens. It is an Elizabethan manor house, and has not been altered since it was built round an earlier structure in 1595. Leighton Hall occupies a fine site in extensive grounds about 3 miles North of Carnforth via Yealand Conyers. It has belonged to the Gillow family for many generations and has good early furniture and pictures. The fašade of the hall is Gothic, of c. 1800-20, superimposed on a Classical building.
South of Carnforth is Halton village on the River Lune, East of the M6. The churchyard cross is 11th-century and its original shaft carved by Norsemen shows a combination of Christian and pagan symbolism. The cross head was added in 1890.
Nearby towns: Grange-over-Sands, Kirkby Lonsdale, Lancaster, Morecambe
Nearby villages: Arkholme, Arnside, Barbon, Bare, Bolton le Sands, Borwick, Burton in Lonsdale, Cark, Cartmel, Casterton, Caton, Claughton, Cowan Bridge, Crooklands, Farleton, Flookburgh, Galgate, Gatebeck, Gressingham, Hale, Haverthwaite, Hest Bank, Heversham, Heysham, Higher Newton, Higher Thrushgill, Holker, Holme, Hornby, Kents Bank, Lake Side, Leck, Levens, Lindale, Lower Bentham, Lupton, Melling, Milnthorpe, Nether Kellet, Newby Bridge, Over Kellet, Sandside, Scotforth, Silverdale, Torrisholme, Tunstall, Warton, Wray
Have you decided to visit Carnforth or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Carnforth bed and breakfast (a Carnforth B&B or Carnforth b and b)
- a Carnforth guesthouse
- a Carnforth hotel (or motel)
- a Carnforth self-catering establishment, or
- other Carnforth accommodation