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Set in Millom, The Bear On The Square features a restaurant, 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.
Located in Millom, 24 mi from Ambleside, Cambridge House Hotel provides a restaurant and free WiFi. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy a à la carte breakfast. Beautiful Bedroom & Clean Bathroom. The Staff also went to the extent of making breakfast early morning & keeping it packed & ready as we had to leave early.
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. Great size caravan with everything we needed. Very clean and located next to the water, great for watching the water sports.
Millom is a very quiet town, which was perfect for what I needed given the 2019 I had. I enjoyed driving my car through the countryside, it was quite a rush as well as enjoying the views as I drove down. I had to stop/slow down every once in a while to take it all in. The locals are very friendly, everything was easily accessible. The water tasted incredible up North! I filled up a water bottle to take home! :D Will most definitely be back for the peace and quiet, the water and the views. I miss it already :(
The cottage was quiet and comfortable and clean. The Muncaster Castle Birds of Prey were excellent. The Brown Cow was nearby with good food. SatNav instructions a bit unclear and took us further out of our way!
Millom is an interesting town. Sadly it has been hit hard by the closure of local industry - notably the iron foundry, but there are signs that a resurgence is taking place. The Da Vinci Restaurant in then square is very pleasant, with a good atmosphere and tasty menu. The Clock Tower Restaurant, also in thesquare is overpriced, the food was very disappointing, and the service was dreadful
Millom is a truly depressing and run down place with nothing to recommend about it except never going there. The housing and buildings are awful, the restaurants and pubs are dire and it is just an awful place. There is a sign on the way towards it which says there have been 1245 casualties in 5 years - I suggest many will have been self-harming if not suicide ……. I felt like harming myself after about 2 hours to relieve the depressing boredom.
Millom is a small village but has amenities such as Tescos, Hardware stores, Gift Shop (selling gifts and some clothes and bags), Shoe shop (which also sells clothes, scarves and bags), Art shop, Stationery Shop, Travel Agent, Estate Agents, Florist, Charity shops (I have probably missed a few more shops), Boots Chemist and Rowlands Chemist, GPs, Dentist and a train station. It also has places to eat and takeaways but good to check as some restaurants are only open at weekends. Millom is only a mile away from Haverigg seaside village, which has a very nice sandy beach with a small cafe (check times as not always open).
I am sure when the weather is nice this area is very pretty. But we had constant rain which made the tiny roads difficult and flooded. The amenities in the area are very limited and not close. Maybe I expected to much of this area.