About Grange-over-Sands

grange-over-sands sign lake district, cumbriaThe tranquility of Grange-over-Sands, its mild climate and friendliness of the locals are what attracts many visitors to the picturesque seaside resort.

Grange-over-Sands overlooks Morecambe Bay and was transformed from a small fishing village by the Furness Railway when it arrived in 1857. Wealthy merchants commuted from their Lancashire factories to their grand houses which have since become high quality hotels.

Overlooking the Lake District fells, Grange-over-Sands also offers quality guest houses and a range of self-catering accommodation. Marvellous limestone buildings dominate the town with many attractions for the visitor:

     •   A traffic-free promenade
     •   Ornamental gardens
     •   Duck Pond with a diverse wildfowl collection
     •   Two Golf Courses
     •   Weekly Brass Band concerts during the summer
     •   Vantage points for bird watching
     •   Excellent walking
     •   Prom Art on the promenade during summer months

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