Beech Hill House

2019 Certificate of Excellence
2018 Booking.com 9.6 Award

Business Guests
TARIFF
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR
Breakfasts
Cooked Breakfasts
Breakfast Trays
Dog Friendly
 
PLACES TO VISIT
LOCAL ATTRACTIONS
Foulshaw Nature Reserve
LOCAL TOWNS & VILLAGES
WALKS
 
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Beech Hill House
CLOSE TO THE LAKES, AWAY FROM THE CROWDS
High Quality Guest Accommodation
in Cumbria - the English Lake District
8 minutes from the M6 J36 - just off the A590
Witherslack, Near Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria LA11 6RH
T: +44 (0) 15395 52394 - email us

 
Places to eat nearby
Beech Hill House is ideally situated with a village pub just a short walk away. Alternatively, because of the road network there are some great Lakeland Pubs, Gastro Pubs and Restaurants all just a short drive away.

Derby Arms
(Witherslack)
50 yards along the road is our village pub called the Derby Arms where you can enjoy a meal and a drink without the worry of having to drive anywhere. An added bonus is they allow dogs in and, in addition to the bar and restaurant, there is also a games room with TV, darts and a pool table.

Strickland Arms (Sizergh)
A pub / restaurant near Sizergh Castle - about 4 ¾ miles who allow dog in.

Royal Oak (known locally as the ‘Top House' (Lindale)
A pub / restaurant - about 4 miles.

Masons Arms (Strawberry Bank)
A pub / restaurant - about 9 miles.

Punch Bowl Inn (Crosthwaite)
A restaurant about 6½ miles

Grange-over-Sands
Grange-over-Sands is only a 10 minute drive from Beech Hill House and also has a number of pubs and restaurants including:
Ambercourt Chinese Restaurant
La Marina Ristorante

Cartmel
(where the famous ‘Sticky Toffee Pudding' shop is).
Cartmel is only a 15 minute drive from Beech Hill House and has a number of pubs and restaurants including:
Da Vinci's Italian Cuisine
L'Enclume
Vincent
Restaurant

Kendal
Kendal is only a 15 minute drive from Beech Hill House and has a large variety of pubs and restaurants.


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