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The Cumbria Grand Hotel at Grange-over-Sands

5 Days - Based In Grange Over Sands, with the Hotel Overlooking Morecambe Bay

£535pp (+£64 single room supplements)

3 March 2025


The Cumbria Grand Hotel at Grange-over-Sands is set in 20 acres of private gardens and woodlands overlooking Morecambe Bay. The hotel has retained its Victorian grandeur yet still provides every modern amenities; the hotel has a lift.

• DAY ONE -Depart from your home area in the morning travelling to Cumbria and arrive in time for dinner at Cumbria Grand Hotel.

DAY TWO - Today we travel via the southern shores of Lake Windermere to Hawkshead. This tiny village is still the same collection of higgledy-piggledy houses, archways, and squares beloved by William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter. We take a break here to explore. Perhaps visit the Beatrix Potter Gallery or see where William Wordsworth went to school. We return to Grange-over-Sands passing through Coniston and along Coniston Water. A packed lunch is included today.

DAY THREE - This morning we take a scenic drive around Morecambe Bay arriving at Leighton Hall. This impressive grade two listed stately house is the home of the famous Gillow furniture-making family. We will have the chance to explore the famous collection of Gillow furniture, ‘objects d’art’, and the gardens.

In the afternoon we travel north again to the Cumbrian market town of Kendal, home of the famous ‘mint cake’. We have free time to explore before returning to the hotel in time for dinner. A packed lunch is included today.

DAY FOUR - Today we head along the eastern shores of Lake Windermere for market day at Keswick. Wander around the variety of stalls, shops, cafes, and tea rooms whilst enjoying the views of Skiddaw Mountain. A packed lunch is included today. In the afternoon we take a break in the delightful village of Grasmere, home of William Wordsworth. Before we return to the hotel there’s one more must-try food – the delicious, sweet treat Grasmere Gingerbread.

DAY FIVE - After breakfast we leave and make our way home with fond memories of our time in the Lake District.

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