Beautiful location and very impressive to look at from the outside. Unfortunately the room we were allocated hasn't been updated for 30 years at least and had a view of the roof rather than the sea. Beds uncomfortable, dismal lighting, insects everywhere and the heating on 24 hrs a day in the middle of summer. Breakfast was a rip off. £8.75 and the only thing that was unlimited was toast. The bald chap keeping a tight grip on the hot breakfast counter looked like I'd upset him when I asked for two sausages and watched like a hawk until I'd finished and duly nicked my plate away before i had chance to go back for seconds. I know it's a Christian retreat, but for god sake show a little generosity. Lots of little Rod and Todd Flanders running riot until the late hours. May god be kind on you of you book at this holy place.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- It is believed that the monks of Furness Abbey bought the land and built the first Abbot Hall around 1160. The present building was constructed in 1840; since when Abbot Hall has been a family mansion, a school, and a Christian Guild hotel since 1916. Overlooking Morecambe Bay, Abbot Hall is set in extensive grounds which include a 15 metre heated indoor swimming pool and five self-catering pine lodges, accommodating up to 22 guests. All ensuite rooms now have flat screen televisions. Situated on the edge of the hamlet of Kents Bank, near to the Victorian resort of Grange-over-Sands, Abbot Hall is readily accessible by road or rail. It is an ideal centre for exploring the beautiful Lake District, and is only 20 minutes drive from Newby Bridge at the foot of Lake Windermere ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Abbot Hall Hotel Grange-Over-Sands, Cumbria