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Barrow-In-furness

An ideal location for an exciting outdoor holiday in one of the most picturesque locations in England. This town is located in Lancashire and is set against the background of the serene Lake District, the peninsula is surrounded by beaches and mudflats brimming with wildlife. The Lakes provide one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations, in an area packed with exceptional natural beauty and dotted with charming communities. Visitors can also enjoy the town’s pedestrianised centre, with many shops, markets, restaurants and pubs and lively nightlife. There are also many opportunities nearby for visitors to cycle, walk or hike the local area and admire the natural splendour of the English countryside.

We love Barrow-in-Furness because...

  • Serene Lake District location
  • Great for outdoor adventurers
  • Explore historic ruins
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Hotels
Hotels in Barrow-In-furness
Barrow-In-furness-Breaks holiday-Abbey House Hotel and Gardens
Abbey House Hotel and Gardens
Abbey Road Barrow-in-Furness LA13 0PA

With an AA Rosette restaurant, landscaped grounds and a style that fits modern design into a historical setting, this is an excellent hotel for your Lake District break.

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Abbey House Hotel and Gardens
Abbey Road Barrow-in-Furness LA13 0PA

With an AA Rosette restaurant, landscaped grounds and a style that fits modern design into a historical setting, this is an excellent hotel for your Lake District break.

In and around Barrow-In-furness

The Dock Museum

Learn the maritime history of this town, in this three-floor museum, set amongst the Victorian docks. From the Romans, to the Anglos Saxons and Vikings and right into the Industrial Revolution, much of this town’s history is connected to the ocean. Enjoy viewing the informative displays, interacting with exhibits, watching films and seeing the ship models.

Furness Abbey

A majestic, 900 year old abbey, built from red sandstone by a group of French monks in 1127. The abbey was one of the most important Cistercian monasteries in the country, second only to Fountains Abbey in Yorkshire. These striking ruins are open to the public for viewing, which include the near intact east end and west tower, the cloister buildings and the decorated chapter house. There is also an exhibition where you can learn more about the history of the area, and the abbey.

Piel Island

A 50-acre island, which houses an impressive crenelated castle as well as a charming pub. Piel Castle was built in the 14th century and it was renovated in the 19th century to protect against sea erosion. Visitors travel to the island by ferry from Roa Island and can spend the day admiring the castle, walking the beaches and having a drink or two at the Ship Inn pub.

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