About This Listing
The Garden Room is a self contained double room with ensuite that is accessed via it's own private entrance from the driveway/garden.
The Garden Room is a self contained double room with ensuite that is accessed via it's own private entrance from the garden.
The Accommodation has a lovely travertine tiled ensuite. There is also a useful dining area where you can enjoy fresh coffee and croissants in the morning by request (at no extra charge).
There are drinks facilities in the room for your convenience.
The Garden Room is part of a large restored stone cottage with heaps of character.The property has spectacular panoramic views over Morecambe Bay which can be appreciated from the private gardens.
We provide an ideal base for walkers and cyclists who want to explore South Lakeland.
Guests have access to private parking, the accommodation and the extensive gardens that have impressive views across Grange, the Kent Estuary and Morecambe Bay.
Interaction with Guests
As the Garden Room has its own private access, guests can come and go as they please.
One of us is usually here to welcome you and answer any questions or recommend places to visit during your stay.
The Garden Room is within
- 10 minutes walk of a range of shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs, banks and the post office.
- 5 minutes drive to Cartmel, England's culinary destination, which is No.44 in the New York Times list of places to visit in 2014!
- 10 minutes walk from the Lake District National Park
- Cartmel Priory
- Cartmel Racecourse
- Holker Hall
- Fell Foot
- Sizergh Castle
- Lake Windermere
- Coniston Water
- Fell walking
- Cycle touring
- Mountain biking
- Sailing, kayaking and canoeing
- 20 mins by car from Jct 36 of the M6;
- Private parking is available;
- less than 1 mile to Grange railway station where you can catch regular trains to Lancaster (for connecting services to the rest of the UK) or regular buses to Kendal (for connecting services to the rest of the Lake District; and
- 2 hours by train from Manchester Airport.
Sara and Matthew were fantastic hosts. They gave us advice where to go on the first day and sara gave us a lift into cartmel and matthew dropped us at the station coming home. Very helpful. The room was spot on for what we needed with the addition of breakfast aswell. The view was spectacular from the garden over the bay and well worth it after the trek up the hill.
i would highly recommend and we will definetely be in touch next time were up
Thank you Sara and Matthew for a great stay. The room was very comfortable, quiet and private. The view is spectacular, if we'd been there in the warmer months we would have enjoyed it even more. We would definately come back.
Sara& Matthew are very friendly and helpful. They answered me many questions because I didn't know that place at all. When we got to Grange-over- sands, it was raining, nearly 10 pm. Sara drove to the station to pick us up. She was very hospitable and capable. She had arranged well everything we needed. After she asked about our preference about breakfast and got everything ready, she left us alone. Of course, she told us to call them at any time when we needed.
Sara& Matthew's room is very private, warm and neat: a comfortable bed, a light beside the bed and a small two drawer cabinet. On the cabinet, there is a mini fridge with a bottle of milk in it, a boiler, three glass jars containing drinking stuff. Two cups, two goblets, a corkscrew and a spoon are on a big plate. Near the window, there is a round table with a table computer on it. The walls are curved with beautiful pictures on them. Through the window, you can see the beautiful flowers and the scene. Sara & Matthew have a lovely garden. Standing in the garden, you can see the sea and the town. It was very relaxing and joyful.
I was very impressed with the breakfast they served us. All the things were carefully prepared: the delicious food with the elegant tableware. This made our trip day beginning with happiness and pleasure. I also felt something romantic.
Grange- over- sands is a quiet, beautiful and lovely seaside town. I enjoyed it very much. Beautiful scenery, delicious breakfast, elegant tableware, quiet place and quiet room, appropriate help, all the above made our two days' trip full of pleasure. It's quite a wonderful place for a relaxing vocation. You can also go to visit Windmere from here by train. If I get another chance, I'll come here again.
We had a great time in the Lake District. Sara and Matthew were great hosts. They had helpful tips where to go and what to do around grange. The room was clean and cosy. The breakfast was delicious.
Sara and Matthew were incredible hosts! They welcomed us to their beautiful spot, gave great pointers on the area, and were generally just great people. The room is a private area (separate entrance from main house), very clean and nice and the house is a short walk from town and great bike trails. Highly recommended!
Lovely welcome from Matt who showed us the ropes and gave us some pointers for local walks. The room was spotlessly clean and the tea and coffee was much appreciated. Breakfast was great too. The house has lovely views over the town and coastline from the front lawn. Our only concern was that the bed mattress was too firm for our comfort. It might be OK those who like firm ones.
Me and my boyfriend stayed at Sara and Matthew's place for 3 nights. When we arrived we received warm welcome. The room was very cosy with an amazing view of the sea. The room also had a mini fridge, a laptop to use and tea and coffee facilities which came very handy after a long day of hiking. Grange over Sands is a beautiful city, very near to Windermere lake. Both Sara and Matthew are very nice people and we will definitely come back if we visit Lake District again.
About the Host, Sara & Matthew
Award winning butchers and pie makers that pride themselves on sourcing the best quality produce from local, family run farms.Main Street Grange-over-Sands Cumbria LA11 6AB
Open from 7am to 10pm everyday of the weekKents Bank Road Grange-over-Sands Cumbria LA11 7EY
Award winning café and bakery serving excellent selection of tea and cakes.Yewbarrow Terrace Grange-over-Sands Cumbria LA11 6ED
Just a half hour’s walk from from Grange-over-Sands, the Hospice boasts an outstanding view that takes in the Old Man of Coniston, Helvelyn, the Langdales and Morecambe Bay.Spring Bank Road Cumbria LA11 6BE
A cosy pub in the village of Cartmel serving real ale. Log fire in the winter, sunny beer garden and BB accommodation over the pub. Adjoining Bistro serving locally sourced home cooked quality food.Cartmel LA11 6PL
Cartmel is No.44 is the New York Times list of places to visit in 2014!Cartmel England LA11
Cosy country pub serving excellent food.Allithwaite Road Allithwaite Cumbria LA11 7RQ
Cartmel Priory was founded in about 1189 by William Marshall, Baron of Cartmel, and Earl of Pembroke. For more than 800 years since then the Priory Church has been a house of prayer.Grange-over-Sands LA11 6PU
This is 1 of 3 restaurants run by Simon Rogan along with the Pig Whistle and LEnclume.Devonshire Square Cartmel LA11 6QD
Traditional country pub on the bank of the River Eea. Good selection of ales and pub food with a nice dining area at the rear of the pub.The Square Grange-over-Sands Cumbria LA11 6QB
LEnclume restaurant was hailed best in the UK by 2014 Good Food Guide.Cavendish Street Cartmel Cumbria LA11 6PZ
Against the backdrop of the English Lake District, Cartmel Races rekindles the spirit of the original steeplechases. Picnic in the centre of the racecourse whilst the horses race around the outside.Grange-over-Sands LA11 6QF
Follow the Back O the Fell Road out of Lindale for miles and miles of almost traffic free cycling through the beautiful Winster Valley. Head for Bowland Bridge or Winster for some great pubs.Lindale England LA11
Holker Hall is the home of Lord and Lady Cavendish who welcome visitors of all ages to one of the best-loved stately homes in Britain.Grange-over-Sands Cumbria LA11 7PL
Steam trains from Haverthwaite to Lakeside where you can board a Windermere Lake Cruise or visit the Lakes Aquarium.Haverthwaite LA12 8AL
A diverse and unique road transport collection of some 30,000 exhibits assembled over a period of almost 50 years is thoughtfully displayed alongside many non-motoring additions.Backbarrow LA12 8TA
Sweeping lawns, space for picnics, gentle walks and easy lake access for paddling, swimming boating. Enjoy a drink homemade cake at the Boathouse Café whilst taking in the views up the lake.Cumbria
Summit of Whitbarrow Scar is known as Lord’s Seat. In the Outlying Fells of Lakeland by Alfred Wainwright he describes it as the most beautiful walk in this book.LA8
Cruises from Lakeside to Bowness-on-Windermere, Brockhole Visitor Centre and Ambleside.Lakeside LA12 8AS
Fine Elizabethan house and world-famous gardens.Kendal Cumbria LA8 0PD
The Hare Hounds is a 17th century coaching Inn nestled in the beautiful hamlet of Bowland Bridge, at the heart of the Lake District Winster Valley, with stunning views across the surrounding fells.Grange-over-Sands Cumbria LA11 6NN
Sizergh Castle and Garden is a castle, stately home and garden at Helsington in the English county of Cumbria, about 4 miles south of Kendal, and in the care of the National Trust.Kendal Cumbria LA8 8AE