Kirkby-in-Furness

The village of Kirkby-in-Furness is located on the north-western coast of England. Now primarily a commuter village, however it still provides a work force for the slate and agrarian work. Made up from six different hamlets it is one of the largest villages in this area.
11 Results In Or Near Kirkby-in-Furness
3.3 miles from the centre of Kirkby-in-Furness
The Old King’s Head is a sixteenth century Inn nestled in the beautiful market town of Broughton-in-Furness. The town is situated on the South Western Peninsula of the Lake District and is a ten-minute drive from the stunning Duddon Valley and Coniston Water. All the other southern lakes & tourist attractions are in close driving distance. Serving modern and classic foods with log fires, Real ales, its the perfect base to discover or re-visit this wonderful part of the world.
4.6 miles from the centre of Kirkby-in-Furness
Beautifully crafted log cabins built in the traditional method to ensure a warm and comfortable stay. Situated on the edge of the lake district national park the cabins are an ideal base to discover what the lakes have to offer. Set in a rural location the nearest market town of Ulverston is only miniutes away with all the amenities you may require. 2 double bedrooms offer either a double and 2 singles or 2 x double beds + cot if require. A truly unique property full of character and asthetic...
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7.1 miles from the centre of Kirkby-in-Furness
Welcome to The Wayside and Whisky Barn. Wayside Farm was built in approximately 1637 on the west coast of the Lake District, Cumbria. In summer we have an outdoor area with picnic benches where you can enjoy the views of Black Combe and totally relax.
10.6 miles from the centre of Kirkby-in-Furness
Following a year of major refurbishment works ending in May 2016, this magnificent Georgian property has undergone a complete transformation.
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10.7 miles from the centre of Kirkby-in-Furness
No 1 Silverbank is a lakeland retreat situated amongst the Cumbrian mountainsides and inland waters, available for a five-star self-catering stay. This 200-year
10.8 miles from the centre of Kirkby-in-Furness
The Coniston Inn boasts grounds that stretch all the way down to the lake's edge, as well as a restaurant with breathtaking mountain views.
11.6 miles from the centre of Kirkby-in-Furness
Discover the fascinating History of Muncaster Castle, Cumbria Muncaster Castle, home of the Pennington family since 1208, is probably built on Roman foundations. Anthony Salvin remodelled the Castle in the 1860s. The Great Hall is filled with paintings and heraldic windows, and the Octagonal Library rises to a Gothic vault. In the Dining Room, complete with restored leather wall-coverings, the family silver and an ornamental set of Derby porcelain are displayed. Florentine bronzes, fin...
11.6 miles from the centre of Kirkby-in-Furness
Discover the fascinating History of Muncaster Castle, Cumbria Muncaster Castle and gardens described by John Ruskin as the `Gateway to Paradise´with over 70 acres of glorious gardens set around the castle, featuring plants and trees from all over the world. Spectacular, monstrously tall, early-flowering rhododendrons, camellia and azalea collections set against the dramatic backdrop of the Lake District fells. Don´t miss these in April & May, or `Bluebell Heaven´ in April. No matter ...
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