Very difficult to find, but if you do (you have to cross an ugly industrial estate through the gates of a pharmaceutical complex!!!) you'll reach one of the most poetic corners of Cumbria. The Bay Horse is named after the horses that used to cross the Morecambe bay when the tide was favourable; you are here at the very end of the canal connecting the Bay (at high tide) with the market town of Ulverston, birthplace of Stan Laurel. Great marine views, and a welcoming pub, with excellent pub food cooked by a renowned chef. Worth the efforts to find it!
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