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Set in Millom, The Bear On The Square features a bar, shared lounge and free WiFi throughout the property. The hotel has family rooms. Delightful spacious room with a very comfortable bed. Staff very friendly. Evening meal delicious! I can recommend the Cumberland burger, which comes with some of the best chips I've ever had.
The Pavilion Guest House is located on the fringe of the Lake District National Park, and just 1.2 mi from the Cumbrian coastal area of Duddon Sands. Super friendly helpful family run b&b. Comfortable relaxed environment, amazing breakfast! Will definitely be back.
Port Haverigg Holiday Village is located in Millom and offers a bar. The property is 19 mi from Morecambe and free private parking is provided. There were all the basics we needed for cooking, the caravan was very spacious and kept incredibly clean. The location was amazing, we were 10 metres from the lake which has a great walk around it, including two old light houses which have interesting history attached. Was very quiet and everyone was very friendly.
Tired ex-industrial town with a pleasant seafront and lagoon/wildlife area in adjacent Haverigg, a bit off the main routes and lacking in appeal - very limited eating out options, at least midweek.
There is nothing to see in the town. Everything shuts down around 8.30 pm. You have to drive for miles to get to any activities. The people seem lovely. The town would be boosted by introducing services like swimming pools, more restaurants etc.
I come up for the Heavy Horses and like to stay in Millom as it's close by , and near Silecroft Beach which is lovely. The Duddon Estuary is also lovely and peaceful and has options for nice walks and you can learn a bit about the history of the place. The Indian and Italian restaurants in the Market Square are both really good, and the Indian does take out.
A small village with good park for the children, not many places to eat out unless u want to eat by 4 o’clock for dinner the Bear in the Square only sold food until 4 o’clock. But to be fair we stayed Saturday to Monday so are full day was on Sunday so many shops were closed. But a good Tesco we’re we managed to buy provisions to be able to cook in which turned out to be a god send and the Chinese takeout was very good too.
Millom is a small village with local shops and a train station. The beach at haverigg is only a mlle away with lovely white sand. We were visiting family so didn’t do any sightseeing but it is a good base for the Lake District
Millom is a work-a-day town, with lots of history if you enjoy searching for it. It has a surprisingly delightful Italian restaurant and the pub in the square that served a wide range of dishes. Most of all though, Millom is central for people who like coastal walks, to view scenery, spot birds, and enjoy a the flora. The nearby seaside village of Haverigg with its beaches, café and pub is well worth the hour's walk. The dunes there, provide a rich habitat for wildlife.