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Bank Springs Brewery

Millom, Cumbria, England

Bank Springs Brewery in Millom, Cumbria, England
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About Bank Springs Brewery

Bank Springs Brewery a Grade ii historic Listed Building, formerly a working brewery with original external features part of which is now converted to an attractive holiday house. Set in own grounds overlooking stunning views of Black Combe and surrounding fells Bank Springs is nicely situated on the edge of the Lake District National Park alongside beautiful beaches of the West Coast of Cumbria.
Bank Springs offers comfortable accommodation comprising of a large arched hallway inviting you into two reception rooms one with open fire made from local brewery slate. Both rooms are cozy, you have the choice to relax, listen to music or sit comfortably watching TV. There is a large well-fitted bright spacious kitchen with dining area-giving access to a large enclosed drive in yard. There is a small utility room joining the kitchen and a tiled bathroom with electric shower and three-piece bathroom suite. The staircase leads to a spacious landing with three large bedrooms. The master bedroom is bright and roomy with a double bed, en-suite shower room and extensive views looking over Black Combe.
A middle bedroom has two single beds and washing facilities again with
panoramic views. Finally there is an extra large family bedroom with a
double bed two single beds and en-suite shower room, this room has plenty of space and good views over Black Combe and the garden.
Electricity, coal and wood are available free during your stay at Bank Springs.The property has excellent decor and comfortable furnishings. There is full central heating (oil), double-glazing and roof insulation.Electric cooker with separate electric hob, washing machine, kettle, toaster, microwave, fridge, freezer, iron and board, cooking/eating utensils,crockery, tea towels, colour TV and video player, DVD,CD/radio player and soft furnishings.Bed linen is provided and beds are made ready for your arrival, we do ask guests to bring their own towels. A cot and high chair are available for you to use.
Bank Springs Brewery is set in the beautiful countryside of West Cumbria on the outskirts of a small village called Kirksanton neighbouring the Lake District National Park.
Surrounded by stunning views of the local fells and untouched coastline with beautiful beaches Bank Springs makes an excellent base for walking, fell climbing, beach walks and studying local wildlife.
Bank Springs Brewery is a perfect place to relax and enjoy the wonderful scenery and explore the whole of the Lake District and historic towns of Cumbria. Coniston, Windermere, Ambleside and stunning Wastwater are all within 30-40 minutes drive from Bank Springs.
Locally there are lots of attractions and amenities, pony trekking, fishing, bird sanctuary, historic buildings, golf, explore the wonderful sand dunes and beaches we have to offer. Enjoy the hospitality of local inns and the main town of Millom is just situated 3 miles away with ample shopping facilities, local train station, museum and park.


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