Hardcragg Hall - Grange over Sands | Self Catering | Britain's Finest


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Hardcragg Hall

Self Catering

Hardcragg Hall is an excellent choice for anyone seeking to enjoy a self-catering holiday amongst the amazing scenery of the Lake District, close to the seaside town of South Lakeland. This refurbished, sixteenth-century property is ideal for large families, sleeping up to fourteen people, in seven bedrooms, and often being used for special occasions such as birthdays. Hardcragg Hall has gas central heating, oak-panelled furniture and a wood burning stove, while service users can also enjoy a conservatory and en-suite bedrooms, with one king-sized bed. There is an outdoor view of Morecambe Bay and landscaped gardens with a pond.

What makes a stay at Hardcragg Hall unique?

For over 400 years, Hardcragg Hall has attracted guests, included so familiar faces. The well-known Beatrix Potter was a regular visitor to the Hall and it has also been mentioned that Oliver Cromwell visited the Hall between military excursions.  Guests will enjoy the peace and quiet that the house has to offer as soon as they cross the threshold. This Grade II Country House Manor has oak-paneled rooms, windows and a log fires that dates back to 1563

What is the capacity for Hardcragg Hall?

This spacious self-catering house which accommodates up to 14 guests set over seven bedrooms and six bathrooms is the perfect choice for families and groups of friends looking for a group holiday home in the Lake District - a fantastic option for those celebrating a special occasion, whether it be a birthday, anniversary, intimate celebration or just a family get together. 

What can guests enjoy when staying in the Grange-over-Sands area?

Ideally situated on the edge of the Southern Lake District, Grange over Sands is a secret gem, often referred to as the Lake District Riviera due to its incredibly mild climate. The main seaside town of South Lakeland is the perfect location for scenic strolls and forest walks, along with a mile-long, traffic-free promenade overlooking the sands of the Bay of Morecambe. The area has many nature reserves, making it a bird-watching hotspot! There are also two gold-courses, award-winning cafes, butchers, bakeries and restaurants all within walking distance. 

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Hardcragg Hall, 4, Grange Fell Road, Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria, Grange over SandsLA11 6BJ, United Kingdom

Leave the M6 Motorway at Junction 36 and take the A590 towards Barrow in Furness (don't miss the turning to Barrow after 3 miles). After about 8 miles you will come to a roundabout, take the first exit and follow the signs for Grange over Sands. Pass the railway station on your left hand side, at the first mini roundabout by the Toyota garage, turn left. At the second mini roundabout, next to the clock tower, turn right. Go over the crest of the hill to the crossroads by the HSBC bank. Proceed over the crossroads passing the library and Hardcragg Way on your right. Hardcragg Hall is just beyond on your right with double grey gated entrance. There is secure parking and access is obtained by request using the intercom unit attached to the right-hand gatepost.

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