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Bed and Breakfast in the Duddon Valley

Travellers Lodge Ulpha
Travellers Lodge Bed And Breakfast is situated at the foot of the Birker Fell road, close to Ulpha PO and shop. Travellers Lodge makes an ideal base for walking climbing, cycling or canoeing in the Duddon Valley and beyond.
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"The Loft" at Woodend
Situated in a remote location high up on Birker Fell, 3 miles from Ulpha and with views towards Scafell, Woodend is a haven of peace and tranquility.
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Seathwaite Lodge
Seathwaite Lodge in the heart of the Duddon Valley, next to the Newfield Inn, makes an ideal base for walking, cycling, or touring the west and south lakes.

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Travellers Lodge Ulpha

Travellers Lodge Bed And Breakfast is situated at the foot of the Birker Fell road, close to Ulpha PO and shop. Travellers Lodge makes an ideal base for walking climbing, cycling or canoeing in the Duddon Valley and beyond.
We offer 3 newly renovated en-suite shower rooms. The rooms can be either super king sized beds or twin bedded rooms, depending on your requirements. All rooms have tea /coffee making facilities bathrobes and slippers, free sat TV with DVD player and wireless broadband.
We have off road parking and lockable storage for bicycles and motorbikes.
A traditional English breakfast awaits you in the morning, packed lunches and evening meals can be provided with advanced notice. We are approx. 2.5 miles from the Newfield Inn and 3 miles from Broughton-in-Furness. Sorry we do not accept pets.
Contact Paul or Alwyn
Address :Travellers Lodge: Ulpha: Duddon Valley: Broughton-in-Furness; Cumbria LA206DX
Email: [email protected]
Tel 01229 716178
www.travellerslodge.co.uk
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"The Loft" at Woodend
Dog friendly B&B


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Dog friendly and situated in a remote location high up on Birker Fell. 3 miles from Ulpha and with views towards Scafell Pike, Woodend is a haven of peace and tranquility.

"The Loft" is a lovely light room in a barn conversion with beams and a vaulted ceiling. Set in the middle of a farm, the double aspect room looks out to Scafell, the Cumbrian mountains and fields in one direction and up the fell from the other. Accommodation consists of a double room up a half flight of steps from the lounge and a private bathroom below. Breakfast is included and served in the oak framed conservatory with stunning views of Scafell, Bowfell and Crinkle Craggs.

Well behaved pets are welcome.
Tea & coffee making facilities, TV with Sky Freesat and DVD player and wireless broadband are available.

You can come and go at any time to suit you during the day and evening meals can be provided.

Contact: Paul Sandford
Website: www.woodendhouse.co.uk
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 01946 723277

Address: Woodend Barn, Ulpha, Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria LA20 6DY

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Seathwaite Lodge


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Seathwaite Lodge in the heart of the Duddon Valley makes an ideal base for walking, cycling, or touring the west and south lakes.

This comfortably furnished barn conversion has two en-suite rooms available - one double and one twin. All rooms have colour TV. A traditional English breakfast awaits you in the morning and pack lunches are available.

The lodge is situated next to the Newfield Inn where good food and a variety of cask ales can be enjoyed all day in a warm and friendly atmosphere.

We have off road parking for vehicles with lockable storage for bicycles and motorbikes.

Sorry no dogs



Contact: Mr & Mrs J Batten
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 01229 716840

www.seathwaitelodge.co.uk
Address: Seathwaite Lodge, Duddon Valley,
Broughton-in-Furness, Cumbria LA20 6ED





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