Attractions near Grange over Sands

Grange-over-Sands offers a relaxing holiday in a quieter part of Cumbria, away from the crowds of the central Lake District. Located on picturesque Morecambe Bay; Grange retains much of its elegant Edwardian character – lazy summer Sundays are spent listening to brass bands perform in the bandstand or browsing displays by local artists on the promenade.

Numerous local walks start close to our Lake District Hotel, such as the Hampsfell Nature Trail, the Cistercian Way, and the Cumbria Coastal Path. For the more intrepid there are guided walks across Morecambe bay and the Cumbria Cycle Way. These can easily be combined with the excellent public transport by road or rail to provide a convenient return journey. Grange is also a haven for wildlife – if you tread quietly, you may spot deer, badger and a range of wild birds.

Known as the Lake District Riviera due to one of the mildest climates in the North, Grange enjoys a calm and sheltered coastal position. Its independent shops and local events reflect the sense of community in this rural town and you'll find the locals friendly and welcoming.

The action and adventure of the Southern Lakes are on your doorstep, just a few minutes' drive away, if you want to explore the Lake District National Park. And you can retreat to the peace and quiet of Grange again when you need to relax and enjoy your time away from home.

Lakeland Riding School
Lakeland Leisure Park, Moor Lane, Flookburgh
Tel: (015395) 58131

 

3 miles south of Grange-over-Sands, Humphrey Head is a popular view spot, with a panorama across Morecambe Bay. Nearby is the 800 year old Wraysholme Tower.

Our Lake District Hotel is close to The Lake District National Park, with Coniston and Windermere only a short drive away.

Arnside and Silverdale - designated "areas of outstanding natural beauty" are also close by.

Renowned bird watching sites such as Leighton Moss, Morecambe Bay, Humphrey Head and Walney Island can all easily be reached from the hotel.