An idyllic Victorian seaside resort, on the edge of the Lake District by the side of Morecambe Bay.

An idyllic Victorian seaside resort, on the edge of the Lake District by the side of Morecambe Bay.


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
2 Bathrooms

About our home

A well presented bungalow with the layout taking advantage of the extensive views down the broad estuary. The sunny breakfast room leads out onto an awning covered decking where you can take advantage of those great views. The lounge/dining room also faces the sea with the added charm of a balcony on which to enjoy some very pleasant al fresco meals. There is a good-sized modern kitchen, a nice large bathroom, the main bedroom with plenty of storage space plus en suite facilities and lastly, a study which doubles up as a spare bedroom. The level, private garden is bordered on three sides by hedges, and is laid out with locally quarried slate with an attractive palm tree as a centre-piece.

Grange-Over-Sands is very quiet and peaceful with lots on offer locally; that's why we love living here. It is a short walk of only 5 minutes to the small town centre with its cafes, fine dining and unique shops. Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the towns popular mile-long promenade, taking in the ornamental duck-pond or listen to a brass-band concert staged in the Victorian band stand. The train station is situated approximately half a mile from us with an easy short drive from the motorway.
The start of the Lake District National Park is only minutes away by car, where is possible to enjoy the most spectacular Mountain and Lake scenery in the whole of England. Activities include walking, picnics on the lake shores, sailing, canoeing, swimming, ballon rides, visiting a wide variety of museums, horse-riding, tennis, golf or just experiencing a few of the charming villages that are part of the tourist trail.

A couple in our late fifties. Ross is occupied writing and publishing walks for the Lake District National Park and is a guide for walking groups. Maria is a retired nurse who helps with the business.


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