Hampson House Hotel

Address: M6 Exit 33, Hampson Lane, Hampson, Lancashire, England, LA2 0JB , United Kingdom | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on M6 Exit 33, Hampson Lane, Hampson, is near Lancaster Castle, Williamson Park, and Williams Park.
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Travel Blogs from Hampson

MICHELIN STAR DINING

A travel blog entry by lenjorge on Aug 09, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... I am stationed in Bowness. I wasn't sure what to expect, but I must tell you in my opinion, this is a place which is somewhat pretentious and the food, while very interesting, dramatic and tasteful, does not compare to the taste and presentation of the food at Gilpin Hotel and Lake House.

First, the maitre d' was shabbily dressed. Yes, he had a shirt and tie, but they were ill fitting. He looked as if he were dressed ...

300+

A travel blog entry by lenjorge on Aug 06, 2015

31 photos

... of Lake Windermere and the surrounding mountains. I've seen and shared many beautiful landscape vistas but this one was truly beautiful combining the sweeping hills filled with grazing sheep, the lake and the mountains beyond. PHOTO_ID_L=looking-south-at-lake-winder mere.jpg]

Yesterday I took a drive, not exactly sure where I was going to end up and I traversed some incredible countryside. At time I was ...

Too much fun as Slug comes to town

A travel blog entry by beavernslug on Jul 30, 2015

21 photos

... fair that he come out of Beavers Handbag and join in the fun. In no time, Rob became Slug's body double and there was much laughing as everyone snapped away. Then everyone stopped for a while to watch a group of 3 girls trying in vain to row a boat... They were shrieking and screaming and stuck in the reeds going round in circles. When they finally got out the whole of Faeryland have them a rapturous applause. After all the tea and scones it was time ...

Ambleside and Keswick

A travel blog entry by albertabrandts on Jul 29, 2015

7 photos

... few villages. It was all very green and beautiful. We had lunch up there and it was all very pleasant if a little chilly. After the walk back down to the car we made the scenic drive to Keswick. The village was neat and picturesque but choked with tourists. We decided to have a look at the Castlerigg stone circle. This 4500 year old ring of stones is much smaller and ...

How now Tarn Hows

A travel blog entry by beavernslug on Jul 29, 2015

23 photos

... donated theirs to us and we had a lovely big plate of salad. As mummy moll and beaver had spotted the huge hunks of lemon merengue pie and didn't want them to sell out, they laid claim to them and went off to eat the flatbread and salad. Eyes bigger than their belly, they had to take one plate of salad away as they weren't able to finish it. Stuffed, they headed back to the treehouse, but not before getting stuck in traffic in Ambleside due to the 'Games' - sheep ...