Hardcragg Hall

Grange over Sands, Cumbria, Seaside town

Check-in Time: 16:00
Check-out Time: 10:00

Outside Description

The secure pet friendly 3/4 acre landscaped gardens has a large patio overlooking the sea and the town with a quality gas BBQ, dinning tables and chairs to seat 14.

Downstairs Description

The beautiful oak panelled drawing room has a feature fireplace, gas fire 42 inch flat screen TV & DVD/Video.

Oak panelled room with spice cupboard and antique table to seat 14.

The fantastic farmhouse kitchen is brand new with gas 4 oven Aga, conventional Rangemaster electric double oven, hob, dishwasher, microwave and fridge.

There is a mahogany 3/4 size snooker table for adult guests to enjoy during their stay. Please note children must be supervised at all times if playing.

First Floor Description

There are seven good sized bedrooms overlooking the gardens/sea, five have ensuite facilities and the other two bedrooms share a large family bathroom.

Hardcragg has six modern luxury bathrooms with the latest power showers. There are two baths tubs and plenty of hot water for a relaxing soak.

Dogs Welcome: Hardcragg Hall does accept up to two well behaved pets. There is a £15 charge per week/part week for each pet. Pets are not allowed into the bedrooms or on the furniture.
Child Friendly: The hall has two high chairs and two cots for infants. There is a wide selection of children’s games, books, films and toys.
Group Getaways: Catering service is available at an extra cost for you and your party for a celebratory dinner or a fully catered option. Please enquire when booking.
Wi-Fi/Broadband
Enclosed Garden/Patio
Tourist Attractions:
  • Holker Hall & Gardens: Stately home with lovely gardens and grounds and a cafe, Cark-in-Cartmel. Visit website
  • Brantwood : Historic House & Gardens (home of John Ruskin). Shop & Café with terrace. East side of Coniston Water Visit website
  • Lakeland Motor Museum: In addition to vintage and classic motors, the museum now features of faithfully recreated period shop fronts and also has a themed gift shop. It is now located at its new site in Backbarrow, on the main A590. Visit website
  • South Lakes Wild Animal Park: The Lake District's only zoological park and a leading conservation zoo, with rare tigers, daily conservation talks and Australian Bush area. Visit website
Eating and Drinking:
  • The Netherwood Hotel: Comfortable air-conditioned restaurant in an elevated position with great views across Morecambe Bay. Visit website
  • Lymehurst Hotel: Restaurant and bar in the centre of Grange, run by Master Chef of Great Britain Kevin Wyper Visit website
  • At Home Cafe & Bistro: We use local free range eggs in all of our produce and we have chosen an organic chees from Low Sizergh farm which we use in our toasties and sandwiches. We also offer a wide range of beverages including Lakeland tea, Farrer’s coffee and fair-trade tea and coffee. Visit website
Food Stores:
  • Higginsons Butchers: We pride ourselves on our commitment to sourcing the best quality produce from local, family run farms. Our dedication has been rewarded in being voted Britain's Best Butchers, along with winning a host of awards for our speciality sausage, homemade pies and our mouth watering cuts of meat. Visit website
  • Booths: In Milnthorpe. Visit website
Sporting Attractions and Activities:
  • Go Ape Adventures: High wire Forest adventure courses in Grizedale Forest Visit website
  • Lake District Adventures : Outdoor activities and outdoor adventure programmes for groups and families in the Lake District Visit website
  • Bigland Hall Equestrian: Horse riding, trekking, events - indoor school - near Cartmel Visit website
  • Balloon & Hot Air Balloons: Virgin Hot Air Balloon Flights offers the best experience in Hot Air Ballooning in UK. Visit website