Leave the M6 motorway at junction 36 and follow the dual carriageway towards Kendal. Take the first exit, signposted Barrow A590.
Follow this road to Lindale Roundabout and then follow the signs to Grange-over-Sands. Once in Grange drive through the town. Keeping left at both mini roundabouts, continue along the road keeping the bay on the left hand side.
As you leave Grange you will climb a hill; at the top, ignore the first sign on left-hand side for Kents Bank Station. Take the next left, Kirkhead Road.
Abbot Hall Hotel is situated at the bottom of the hill, on the right, opposite the Post Office.
Trains run to Kents Bank Station. This is situated at the end of our drive.
Kents Bank is on the Lancaster - Barrow-in-Furness Line. Trains also run to Grange-over-Sands from Preston, Manchester and Carlisle.
It is a 10 minute taxi journey to the hotel from Grange-over-Sands Station.
Alongside our Speciality Break programme, we are proud to offer our truly versatile Half Board Stay as you Please option all year round (excluding Christmas and New Year).
Stay as you Please gives you the flexibility to do whatever you want, but with the benefit of having knowledgeable staff on hand to help you plan your stay. Chat with our friendly staff to come up with a jam-packed programme of fun or just take a break to relax with a good book – you can do as you please with our Half Board Stay as you Please breaks.
You can book a minimum of two nights on a Half Board Stay as you Please holiday to make the most of these great value flexible stays.
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Welcome to your 2018 Christian Guild Hotels & Holidays brochure, featuring a comprehensive choice of speciality and feature breaks!
If you're signed up to our postal mailing list you should soon receive your printed copy, but you can also read the online version on our website at www.christianguild.co.uk or download the PDF: 2018 Brochure (5.99MB)
Brave the Shave is a fundraising campaign by Macmillian Cancer Support, the aim of the campaign is for people to shave their head to "stand proudly alongside men, women and children with Cancer"
After hearing an advert on the radio, Jenny felt inspried to do something in aid of the Macmillan Cancer Support and in memory of her sister, who sadly lost her battle against cancer in 2008.
Jenny would like to thank everyone from hotel guests, to her colleagues both at Treloyhan and the four other sister hotels, for their continued support and encouragement.
So far she has raised £1,238.00.