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This is a small market town of considerable charm and character near the shore of Morecambe Bay, a largely tidal arm of the Irish Sea, which is linked to the town by a short canal, now disused. Many features of historical interest are preserved in the town, most notably the cobbled market square and surrounding narrow streets;
there are also reminders of the former textile milling industry. Tourism has begun to make its mark on Ulverston with shops serving hikers and bikers and the Laurel and Hardy Museum but not obtrusively so. There is a famous brewery located in Ulverston and the local brew is widely available in south Cumbria. There is a tourist centre (Tel. 01229 587120)
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Great Urswick, Ulverston Cumbria LA12 0SP Fax: 01229 585223
Property type: Country Inn (Pub)
The Derby Arms is a traditional South Lakeland pub located in the picturesque village of Great Urswick. Just 3 miles from the market town of Ulverston, the pub is ideally situated for exploring the beautiful Furness Peninsular and the Lake District.
Location and supplementary information[view map] From M6 follow A590 to Barrow in Furness for approx. 28 miles. Continue through Ulverston and Swarthmoor. From Swarthmoor take 2nd turning on Left and continue into the village of Great Urswick (approx. 2 miles). As you enter the village we are on the Left-hand side.
A warm welcome is assured.
A friendly, family run hotel with a residents' bar in the centre of the town. All rooms are ensuite with colour TV, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities. For your evening meal Virginia House is an easy walk from Ulverston's many pubs & restaurants.
3 single ensuite rooms
3 double ensuite rooms
1 twin ensuite room
Last updated: 3/10/2016
The Walkers Hostel
Oubas Hill, Ulverston Cumbria LA12 7LB
Property type: Hostel
The Walkers Hostel is ideally suited for long and short walks. We are happy to give advice on how to get the most from your visit. Ulverston is an old market town with plenty of good pubs. The Cumbria Way starts at Ulverston and there are street markets on Thursdays and Saturdays as well as other attractions. The lighthouse on Hoad Hill is a famous land mark.
On the edge of the Lake District, the Walkers Hostel has 30 beds with between 2 and 8 beds to a room with a family room available if required and bedding is included. There are male and female shower rooms but bring your own towels. £16.50 per person per night including light breakfast.
Cooked breakfast £3.50, evening meals £4.50 Please book in advance. Accommodation for either
long weekends, mid week and full week bookings.
"Park and Drop off" service available for people undertaking the Cumbria Way. We can park guests cars at the Hostel and then collect the guests from Carlisle and return them to their cars in Ulverston.
Last updated: 5/28/2015
Church Walk House
Church Walk, Ulverston Cumbria LA12 7EW
Property type: B & B Accreditations: ETB 4 Diamond
Hey - Come In...!
Kick off your shoes... put on your slippers...
Make yourself comfortable in the Guests Lounge...
Browse through some books or magazines; put on the TV or check your emails -
Tea is on it's way...
Church Walk House; a Grade II* Listed Building is in the heart of Ulverston's historic Market Town. Close by are excellent restaurants; pubs; shops; cafes; the Coronation Hall and the Laurel and Hardy Museum. The Railway Station and Bus connections are just a few minutes walk. Parking is conveniently on street or in one of several nearby Car Parks.
Property type: Country House Hotel Accreditations: Cumbria Inn Of The Year. 2009 Good Hotel Guide.
The house stands at the waters edge of the Leven Estuary, commanding views of both the Lancashire and Cumbrian fells. Originally a brewery, inn and fishermen's cottages, today the hotel remains very much a family home, which offers comfort to all visitors. A non- refundable deposit will be requested on booking of £40.00 per room.
Distance from path: 1.5 miles
9 single ensuite rooms
6 double ensuite rooms
3 twin ensuite rooms
Last updated: 1/14/2016
St Marys Mount
Belmont, Ulverston Cumbria LA12 7HD
Property type: Guesthouse
Original Victorian features greet guests on arrival as well as a warm welcome from hosts Gerry and Marion. Dating back to 1825, the manor house sits in 3/4 of an acre of peaceful walled gardens with wide-reaching views across Ulverston and Morecambe Bay. Rich in Victorian style, including original fireplaces in each bedroom, and furnished with graceful antiques, guests have a private lounge and conservatory that benefit from the glorious sea views. Bedrooms are large and combine genuine antique beds with modern luxury mattresses and linen along with tea making facilities, televisions, DVD players, hairdryers and bathrobes to guarantee guest's absolute comfort. The twin room has private facilities.
Distance from path: On route
2 single ensuite rooms
3 double ensuite rooms
1 twin ensuite room
1 family ensuite room
Last updated: 9/9/2015
2 Honeysuckle Barn
Canal Foot, Ulverston Cumbria LA12 9EL
Property type: B & B Accreditations: Not Classified
Honeysuckle Barn is in idyllic Lake District surroundings with stunning views of the Leven Estuary from the door.
It is ideally placed for walkers as we are at the beginning of the Cumbria Way.
Pub/Restaurant is less than a minute’s walk.
Pick/Drop off from the beginning of the route.
New for 2010 TV/Games room.