Welcome to Number 43 luxury accommodation on the edge of the Lake District, Lancaster & Kirkby Lonsdale, South Lakes
Awarded best Bed and Breakfast in England 2011-2012 and currently awarded their 5* Gold Award and coveted Breakfast Award, Number 43 boasts a prime location on Arnside’s main promenade with far reaching views over the Kent Estuary toward the Lake District fells is where you will find our stylish 5 star gold rated b and b.
Easily reached from the M6 motorway, with the village boasting its own railway station, Number 43 makes a delightful change to an impersonal chain hotel and offers a great location from which to explore the nearby towns and cities of the North West including, the pretty market towns of Kendal and Kirkby Lonsdale, the busier hubs of Bowness in Windermere and the rest of the English Lake District. The Yorkshire Dales and towns of Skipton and Hawes are only a hour’s drive away.
The house has 6 bedrooms each individually designed with you in mind and all the facilities you'd expect to find in a luxury hotel. Costal tones, extra comfy beds & designer fabrics. Located on the Promenade, Suites 2 and 7 have the breath-taking panoramic views from their huge windows overlooking the sands, which makes it is easy to see why we are in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Our quiet location means your guaranteed a restful night’s sleep whether you choose a Suite Room and bathe in glamour, in a bath for 2 or, opt for a cosy room you can be assured we'll have thought of every detail.
With a range of walks direct from our doorstep, two friendly welcoming pubs serving a good selection of local food and drink, and a choice of quality individual shops that make a refreshing change from your typical high street experience, Number 43 is the perfect place to escape to for your next holiday or short break.
The Lake District is where I was born and I'm passionate about Cumbria's food, people & scenery.
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