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Barrow in Furness has the enviable position of being set against the backdrop of the English Lake District Mountains to the north of Morecambe Bay, it is one of the UK's best kept secrets a Victorian built town with a proud tradition of originality swathed by stunning beaches and stimulating scenery it is a destination of delightful surprises. It is amongst this fabulous backdrop that visitors will be delighted by the fine array of Barrow in Furness Hotels; these are ideally suited to the business guest, the holiday maker, the family group and the honeymoon couple.

This is an area that literally has it all and offers a range of tourist venues; Barrow in Furness is the historic maritime gateway to the Furness peninsula, nearby is the Dock Museum and Barrow's most important attractions. Furness Abbey offers History buffs the spectacular ruins of one of the leading Cistercian Abbeys in England, the town offers plenty to do for all ages children may enjoy a day out at the South Lakes Wild Animal Park, and for those interested in culture visit Forum 28 an innovative Theatre and Arts Centre, there is also a Hollywood Park Leisure Center and three internationally renowned nature reserves, magnificent beaches and coastal walks and factory shopping.

Barrow is Cumbria's largest town so it is not surprising that there are major national chain stores that mingle with local specialist shops and boutiques in a wonderfully spacious pedestraniased town center. Bargain hunters will be delighted by the indoor market open on Monday, Wednesday, Fridays and Saturdays. The town center offers a lively atmosphere filled with pavement cafes that spill onto the street, bistros, tea shops, restaurants, traditional Pubs and trendy wine bars. The yearly calendar is filled with street entertainment and festivals.

For those that love to walk this is the perfect place as it is surrounded by miles of unspoiled beaches, each unique in character and the coastline showcases two internationally celebrated nature reserves. Not far from the coast is Piel Island home to a 14th century castle which is accessed by the Roa Island ferry service. Barrow and the bordering Island of Walney offer a selection of charming walks and hiking adventures. The Barrow in Furness Hotels offer a wonderful collection of architectural styles to house their comprehensive offerings and are designed to suit the most discerning of tastes.

The Barrow in Furness Hotels may have been historic Coaching Inns, Parsonages and have been reinvented to a blend of ancient meets modern accommodations present through entrances that are quaintly low where heads must bow to enter into halls hosting uneven flagged floors and crackling open log fires, timber walls are bowed and the ceilings beamed, welcomes are warm and check in is processed seamlessly. En suite bedrooms are individually designed and offer antique four poster beds, sumptuous bathrooms pamper and offer signature toiletries.

The business Barrow in Furness hotels offer easy access to motorways and business centers and present contemporary images and are home to high tech communication systems, they offer guests a range of venues that may be configured to suit a variety of functions and events and are companioned with business centers. Modern dining rooms offer buffet breakfasts and all day dining home to western menus and a selection of take away items. Further convenience is offered through airport transfer and concierge services.

Flanking the town with country aspects are the luxury country Barrow in Furness hotels, these may offer extensive grounds hosting challenging golf courses, walking paths, hiking trails, fishing spots and horse riding. Extensive and impressive entrances welcome with priceless antiques and vast oil paintings and welcoming staff. Accommodations are grand and maybe multi roomed suites the choice of honeymooners and VIP's, entrance may be made via heli pad.

The Barrow in Furness Hotels are sure to impress and delight all who visit this wonderful corner of England and ensure their returns again and again.