- South Lakes Safari Zoo
- Barrow AFC
- Barrow Raiders Rugby League Football Club
- Furness Abbey
- Forum Theatre
- Lake District National Park
- South Walney Nature Reserve
- Cartmel Racecourse
- The World of Beautrix Potter Attraction
- Lake Windermere
Direction from City Center to Hotel: North West
Distance from Hotel: 167 MI/ 268.76 KM
Convenience Store: 0.5 MI/ 0.8 KM North
Golf: 4.6 MI/ 7.4 KM North
Outdoor Tennis: 0.9 MI/ 1.45 KM North
No more than a 1 minute walk from the entrance of the hotel and you could be experiencing some of the most fantastic live performances at The Forum Theatre. There really is something for everyone during the current season as well as internationally renowned performers alongside local dance and amateur groups. This truly is an experience you must see whilst visiting Barrow in Furness!
Within 20 minutes, you could be immersed into the beautiful surroundings of the Lake District. With stunning views, windswept moorlands and a wide range of activities; you can walk, cycle, swing in the trees and splash about here to your heart's content! With 12 of the largest lakes in England and 3,105 kilometres of rights of way, this is truly one of Britain's breathing spaces!
Don't Go Home Without
A visit to Barrow in Furness wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Piel Island. Situated on the tip of the Furness Peninsula, Piel Island is a jewel that the traveller can stumble across and be won over forever, by this charming little fifty acre island. For it has a King, a Castle and a Pub, all steeped in history waiting to be discovered by you.
A visit to Barrow in Furness can just be the base of your adventures, with a short drive you could experience some of the world’s most stunning scenery, however some of Barrow’s neighbouring towns are a great way to explore whilst on route into the Lake District. A visit to Ulverston; a fine market town in the centre of the Furness peninsula, is certainly worth exploring!