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Nr Barrow in Furness, Lowick Green, LA12 8DT, United Kingdom – Show map
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Fishing, Darts, Canoeing, Hiking, Cycling, Games room, Library
Food & Drink
No internet access available.
Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed lunches, Luggage storage, Meeting/banquet facilities, Fax/photocopying
Non-smoking rooms, Heating, Designated smoking area
14:00 - 22:00 hours
08:00 - 11:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years are charged GBP 5 per person per night for children's cots/cribs.
The maximum number of children's cots/cribs in a room is 1.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Built in 1854, the 4-star All Seasons Guest House retains its original Lakeland stone exterior and slate roof.
Score from 69 reviews Very good
Just 3 minutes’ walk from Barrow town centre, the Duke of Edinburgh Hotel offers free Wi-Fi, free parking and a traditional on-site restaurant and bar.
Score from 574 reviews Very good
Offering a restaurant, Premier Inn Barrow In Furness is located next to the Dock Museum in Barrow in Furness, just a 2-minute walk from a selection of shops, bars and restaurants.
Score from 93 reviews Fabulous
Perched on a hill overlooking Windermere town centre is the Windermere Hotel. Built in 1847 the hotel offers rooms with en suite bathrooms, and a restaurant.
Score from 89 reviews Good
The staff couldn't have been more helpful and charming. The bed was perfect and as comfortable as our own at home. Wonderful character property full of charm and interest. We ate there and would recommend the food, great menu choice, and the food was well cooked, quality ingredients, and very reasonable prices too. The roast beef melted in the mouth. Wonderful, thank you!
I would suggest that the room be pre warmed prior to arrival of the guests, ours was a little chilly until it had time to warm up.
Location is great, the place is lovely, the staff very attentive and the food is nice
because the rooms are right above the vault it can be a bit noisy, but not til very late. There's no wifi in the room either.
Superb location, excellent food, good choice of ales and wines. Bed in our room was awesome - very comfortable.
Only minor issue was the fact that the shower in the Ensuite was very poor, not working properly.
I arrived late, and left very early, but was looked after. Will stay again. Bed was very comfortable.
Had a poor fish and chip meal. The male proprietor was not very cheerful, though his wife was very nice.
The accommodation was clean, tidy and cosy. Evening meal was very nice with plentiful choice
Food was excellent Comfortable sleep Friendly staff
Location stunning but as we are not walkers and had no car taxi was required into Ulverston at £15 each way
Food and service.
Room a little dark but only to be expected with all the beams in the room. Could have done with better lighting in the bathroom and a mirror on the bedroom wall.
Friendly, helpful staff, food options and good quality.
Nice and relaxing place the food was excellent a couple of new dishes on that night we stayed which were very good. Lovely to see a place so busy
The hotel was very clean and the staff were very friendly. The food was standard pub fair. The views from the hotel were stunning.
The hotel décor was rather dated and could do with some freshening up. Also whilst sitting in the dining room you got a strong smell of food being fried, in fact the smell permeated the whole of the down stairs.
Everything! The food was incredible (recommend the belly pork and roast duck! And the full English brekky was perfect!) the atmosphere was very 'homely', the staff were all very polite and attentive to our needs. Overall I would recommend this to anyone. Upon arrival we were first greeted by the gorgeous views in the car park. After a few cheeky pictures / snaps, we entered the Farmers Arms and were welcomed warmly by the owner. He showed us to our room (watch Lee Evans before going, the bit where he goes on about houses that go 'up and down, then up and back down again!'... Sums the place up well). Very quant, very old but with the required modern updates and refurbs that make it a truly spectacular place to stay. We shall be visiting again soon! :)
Not really a dislike at all... More a recommendation, 'watch your head!!' The low beams and door frames are something to consider if you're 6ft or above. As I said, not a dislike as it adds to the quant feel and 'qwerkyness' of the place.
Food OK and staff friendly and professional. Good location for accessing the Lake District for walkers and working people wanting not overpriced accommodation and good food. Lack of exclusive private lounge areas means less suitable for visitors wanting somewhere else to relax other than in their bedrooms.
Bedrooms in need of an update and some maintenance but keep basic and simple. No more cushions please. Main problem was flies! Flies at mealtimes, evening and breakfast. Flies in the bedroom and even flies in the hotel office. Hope it was a temporary issue but not nice. Did not find any flies at any other establishment visited that same week in the Lake District.
Accommodation needs a little attention. Good choice of food. Evening food better than breakfast. Friendly staff. Knew the farmers from years ago; slate floor is now polished, sealed and spoiled and lost its old appeal. Personal choice.
Tired bathroom with hit and miss water temp for shower.
The situation of The farmers Arms is Ideal for touring / walking the Southern Fells. The Staff were friendly and helpful.Good evening menu and great breakfast to set you off in the morning.
I had a single room which was large enough, but the single bed was not very comfortable.
Friendly staff. Hearty breakfast. Good menu selection. Rustic comfy individual rooms. Great place to escape. Love it. Booked to go back.
If you don't like noise avoid room 1 as it's over the stable bar.
oozes character.....good location. excellent food. exceptionally clean.
The flies which ruined my evening meal, fortunately the food was very good.
breakfast comfortable single bedroom
noisy as I was directly over the bar only one toilet/ shower and bath room that I could ascertain.
Excellent food. Very good welcoming staff.
Location Character of property Staff menu bar
Good buzzy atmosphere. Excellent food- evening meals and breakfast. Value for money.
Lack of residents' sitting area- residents' area in reception was too often reserved for people coming in for meals, resulting in nowhere for residents to relax.
Excellent food and really nice atmosphere. Shouldn't have eaten both nights but it was so good with lots of pleasant people. Fantastic walks and the view from the car park north was worth painting.
Room was out of the seventies but then at £35 a night? Could do with a couple less rooms and making them en suit.
the food and staff were excellent
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