Visit Grange-Over-Sands and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria. Backed by wooded fells, Grange is a fine seaside resort, sheltered and with a mild climate, overlooking Morecambe Bay. The town's parks are noted for flowering shrubs, alpine and rock plants and herbaceous plants. Many species of bird have been noted, and sometimes the rare golden eagle at Witherslack. The Nature Conservancy has a research station at Merlewood. Nearby Hampsfell (750 ft) has an indicator and view of Lake District mountains.
Lindale, 2 miles North, has a monument to John Wilkinson, the 18th-century ironmaster, who launched the first iron ship, on the River Winster.
Nearby towns: Barrow-in-Furness, Carnforth, Kendal, Morecambe, Ulverston, Windermere
Nearby villages: Arnside, Bardsea, Baycliff, Bolton le Sands, Borwick, Bowland Bridge, Brigsteer, Cark, Cartmel, , Flookburgh, Greenodd, Hale, Haverthwaite, Hest Bank, Heversham, High Nibthwaite, Higher Newton, Holker, Holme, Kents Bank, Lake Side, Levens, Lindale, Milnthorpe, Natland, Nether Kellet, Newby Bridge, Over Kellet, Oxenholme, Rusland, Sandside, Sedgwick, Silverdale, Warton
Have you decided to visit Grange-Over-Sands or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Grange-Over-Sands bed and breakfast (a Grange-Over-Sands B&B or Grange-Over-Sands b and b)
- a Grange-Over-Sands guesthouse
- a Grange-Over-Sands hotel (or motel)
- a Grange-Over-Sands self-catering establishment, or
- other Grange-Over-Sands accommodation