Good Hotel Guide Review
In a Victorian house with sweeping views over Morecambe Bay, this comfortable hotel, run by two generations of the Read family, retains the loyal affection of its many returning guests. ‘Wonderfully old-fashioned’, most of the well-appointed bedrooms have garden and water views. Morning coffee, light lunches and afternoon tea can be taken warmed by open fires in bay-view lounges; under parasols in the ‘well-tended’ garden in good weather. At dinner, ‘beautifully presented’ dishes might include broccoli, leek, Gruyêre cheese and cream tart; seared and roasted guinea fowl breast, dauphinoise potato. Breakfast is served on linen-dressed tables. ‘Friendly staff’ readily advise on Lake District day trips.
17. 1 on ground floor suitable for disabled.
2 lounges, dining room, in-room TV (Freeview), 1-acre grounds, parking.
all ages welcomed, but no special facilities.
only assistance dogs allowed.
per person D,B&B £110–£135. À la carte £45.
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