Woodlands Hotel & Pine Lodges
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWoodlands Hotel & Pine Lodges Grange-over-Sands
Extensive menu in this hotel that is off the beaten track, but in a loveley setting
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Wendy's mum is really poorly with ovarian cancer and has been having a difficult time, she was booked into hospice on Friday morning and we had planned a weekend away with our friends Gaz and Mo. Wendy didn't want to go and leave her mum, but Norma told her to go and have a break, there will be no doubt tougher times ahead.With this in mind we set …
... Lake, along some very narrow roads. On the way back to Kendal we stopped at Low Sizergh Farm shop for lunch and dinner supplies. The shop sells mainly local produce including cheese, bread, ice cream, jams, home made cakes and any type of meat you can think of. For dinner we bought pigeon and pheasant roast and gingerbread ice cream for dessert. Tomorrow we leave for ...
... library and guest rooms. We then had some lunch at the house before leaving to continue our drive. Unfortunately our gps almost directed us through the centre of busy Manchester which caused a bit of stress. We finally arrived at our accommodation in Kendal. We've had an early night tonight before we have a look around the Lake District ...
... and seemed to go backwards and forwards along the promenade a few times before ending up in Bispham, the northern end of the illuminations, which stretch for around five miles to the south. We also made money on the slot machines without even putting a hand in our pocket as we ransacked the coin trays of the 2p and 10p shoves for unclaimed prizes and came away over two pounds richer.
After riding the Big Dipper on the Pleasure Beach we rounded off our final ...
“But the big hills up at the lake helped to make him feel that the houseboat man did not matter. The hills had been there before Captain Flint. They would be there for ever. That, somehow was comforting.”