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Golf Course (within 2 miles)
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room
Free! Wireless Internet Hotspot is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free! Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Room Service, Packed Lunches, Baggage Storage, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
2:00 PM - 9:00 PM
8:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
All children from 0 to 2 year are charged GBP 7.50 per person per night in a crib.
All children from 0 to 5 year are charged GBP 7.50 per person per night for extra beds.
All children from 6 to 11 year are charged GBP 12.50 per person per night for extra beds.
All children from 12 to 16 year are charged GBP 22.50 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 2.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are allowed. Charges may apply.
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Located in the quiet village of Grange-over-Sands on the edge of the Lake District National Park, Somerset House is just 3-minute walk from the promenade at Morecambe Bay.
Score from 37 reviews Excellent
With free parking and recreational facilities, this award-winning hotel sits on 14 acres of wooded grounds. It has free Wi-Fi, a 2 AA Rosette-awarded restaurant and a traditional pub.
Score from 824 reviews Excellent
The Cumbria Grand is on 25 acres of gardens and woodlands, and is only a 15-minute drive from Lake Windermere. It provides free Wi-Fi in public areas of the property.
Score from 295 reviews Good
Just 3 miles from Lake Windermere and Newby Bridge, Ellenboro House Bed & Breakfast provides free Wi-Fi and parking and a full English breakfast.
Score from 12 reviews Exceptional
Gardens, informal atmosphere, peaceful location, food
Quiet, peaceful location with birds singing in the tall trees. Great breakfast.
Everything was run smoothly. Great food. Everybody was pleasent. Has lots of character
I liked the location,general atmosphere,pleasant owners, beautiful gardens,comfortable clean room,well cooked breakfasts.
As the hotel was very dog friendly,as a person with allergies,I would have like the option of a room ,no dogs had occupied.
Warm welcome, clean and comfortable room, excellent breakfasts and evening meals.the venison stew and steak pie could have been made in heaven. Hotel in isolated location, tucked out of the way. Beautiful gardens
Good breakfasts and attentive staff who work their socks off . . Friendly and welcoming .
Not sure what it wants to be to many pictures and ornaments throughout
The food was absolutely delicious the house and grounds were excellent and all staff were very friendly and helpful
there wasn't anything to dislike
We loved the location but it was up a very steep hill out of the town. We had a very nice break
breakfast was a good helping and was very nice
staff were not very pleasant and the owner was very arrogant , the bar closed at 11pm which we didnt have a problem with , but the seating lounge for guests got locked up at 11pm as well so guests either had to sit outside or go to there rooms , would have been nice to have somewhere to sit quietly until we were ready to go to bed, we were in room no 4 found it far too small to spend a lot of time in
Very clean, comfortable hotel set in nice grounds. Breakfast cooked to order, very good.
The room was clean and more than we imagined. We loved the four poster bed . Food was great quantity and quality. The staff always asked if we were happy or anything we wanted. 10/10
Wifi needs to be improved and avaiable in all rooms, I suggested a ring main wifi extender, probably need 2 or 3 of these
The setting is beautiful and tranquil, ideal for a restful break. The gardens are well cared for and had a beautiful display of flowers and plants at the time of our visit.The building is a period property and enhanced by tasteful furnishings. The food was delicious and well presented. It's convenient for Grange centre and some local walks straight from the hotel door. We will be back again.
Clean, friendly, fab food, thick walls so heard absolutely no noise from elsewhere in the house. Obviously supported and appreciated as a local restaurant. The gardens were so well tended with colour everywhere. Attentive staff.
Can't think of anything we didn't like. In fact it is deserving of a much higher star rating.
Excellent location although quite a steep climb if walking.Beautifully laid out gardens.We had dinner in the hotel on each of our 3 nights - really nice food much of it locally sourced.
Would like to have been able to eat a little later in the evening but not a big issue.
Extremely friendly staff, good standard of cooking both at breakfast and in the evening, an amazingly secluded position up above Grange and the stunning grounds.
Wi-fi reception in our room was variable - inevitable in a house with thick walls (but good on the stairs).
Generous portions, popular with local folks, can walk to town, if you don't mind hilly return, rather better than its 2 star rating would suggest. Will be back.
Prefer earlier breakfast than 0830 start, but they happily offer ed to do an early one on my departure day, which was great.
Location, food (fresh home grown veg was delicious), hotel and garden - a lovely old building with plenty of character, safe parking.
Poor customer service, we had a problem with the radiator in our room which wouldn't turn off (this was the hottest day of the year so far!), so asked if it could be rectified, we were told to open the door and the window (which we had already done) and that it was an old heating system. In the end, we had to fix it ourselves! (luckily we had a tool kit in the Lambretta). We pre-booked our evening meal for 7pm during breakfast at the management's request, turned up just before 7pm and were escorted out of the dining room and asked to wait in the bar area, which we did, for about an hour. We had rushed to get back for 7pm, not very happy.
Peaceful location.. Beautiful garden
Long walk from town without a car.
The breakfast was excellent and anything extra that we asked for was no trouble. Friendly welcome and very pleasant staff.
The food was good.
Too much clutter everywhere which obviously meant it was difficult to keep clean. The hotel had a distinct musty smell and in dire need of refurbishment. It was like walking into an Old People's Home.
We loved the rural setting, the house itself and very friendly service. The breakfast was excellent!
The only negative was the quality of the pillows.I found them very flat
Welcoming and relaxed atmosphere. Quality of meals (evening & breakfast) was excellent, freshly prepared using local ingredients. Also drinks & coffee. Lovely gardens which were obviously well tended.
There was nothing we did not like !
The owner was very unfriendly On arrival refused to allow us to charge battery (never been a problem anywhere else) told us he would charge us £10 extra as business was poor and he was strugglinwe were asked about evening meal which was available 7,30 said we would think about - he then said it was now only available till 6,30 20 minutes after arrival I saw he again and started using Heath and safety as a reason we could not charge battery ( charging uses trickle charge about 20 pence per charge. We went to bar after visiting a lovely restaurant in Grange asked about the local. Ulverston beer he gave a marketing leaflet from brewery a quickly told me in no uncertain terms not to keep it as it was the only one he had, Ulverston brewery would be less than eased The owner made Rigsby from rising damp look great . Its time the owner went a training course on customer service before drives customers away We will never return and will advise or friends etc never to go near the place, He is the worst hotelier we have ever had and we stay in hotels in excess of 10 times a year
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