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Ulverston Hotels Information

Hotels in Ulverston

46

Hotels Prices From

£55

Hotels Reviews

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Travel high season

Mar - May

Travel low season

Dec - Feb

High season avg price

£83

Low season avg price

£69
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Dec - Feb
Avg. price/night
£85
LOWEST
£53£202
Avg. temperature
4ºC
COLDEST
-3ºC26ºC
Avg. precipitation
41in
WETTEST
19 in51 in
Mar - May
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£90
£53£202
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8ºC
-3ºC26ºC
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24in
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19 in51 in
Jun - Aug
Avg. price/night
£92
HIGHEST
£53£202
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15ºC
WARMEST
-3ºC26ºC
Avg. precipitation
34in
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Sep - Nov
Avg. price/night
£86
£53£202
Avg. temperature
10ºC
-3ºC26ºC
Avg. precipitation
41in
19 in51 in
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Hotels near the sights

  • Bardsea Alpacas and Llamas
    Come and meet our Alpacas and Llamas. All visits must be pre-booked with us. Book in through our website Bardsea-alpacas.co.uk
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  • Manjushri Kadampa Meditation Centre
    Manjushri Kadampa Meditation Centre is an internationally renowned centre for meditation, where everyone is welcome to enjoy a peaceful environment or join in the many programmes offered throughout the year. Whether you are looking for a day visit to the Buddhist Temple, house or grounds, an introduction to Buddhist meditation, or in depth courses and retreats, Manjushri KMC offers an enjoyable and meaningful experience. Daily free 15 minute guided meditations held in the World Peace Temple, everyone welcome. Each day there is a guided meditation at 12.30pm and 2pm. IMPORTANT NOTICE: Due to the International Spring and Summer Festival we are closed to day visitors from Mon 13 May and reopen on Mon 3 June 2019. Then again on Mon 15 July and reopen Sat 17 August 2019. Sorry for any inconvenience this causes.
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  • Laurel and Hardy Museum
    Now open in our new location. We have a vastly improved exhibition area for you to learn about the life and work of Stan Laurel, with many information boards, personal items and pictures to see. Our cinema area can accommodate around 30 people, showing films and documentaries all day. This is the first phase of our expansion plans with new things being added all the time. The Laurel and Hardy Museum in Ulverston began as the private collection of Bill Cubin, a lifelong fan. Now being run by his grandson, we hope to entertain and inform you about the worlds' best loved double act. New display recently opened. The museum began life as private collection, a wonderful jumble of memorabilia. Our new display attempts to recreate that feeling. A small room packed to the gills with pictures, statues, mugs, records, anything and everything to do with The Boys.
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  • Gummer's How
    Gummer's How is easy to reach via the A590, turning onto the A592 at Newby Bridge, and then right onto Fell Foot Brow. Continue to drive or cycle up the incredibly steep hill until you reach the car park at Gummer's How. There are also several laybys where you can sensibly leave your car. You can probably do without a map for the basic walk, but if you have an OS map, the grid ref for the start is SD 390 877, height 681ft. If you go off the main path onto the myriad of smaller paths, we would definitely recommend a map. Start by taking the footpath northwards, signposted Gummer's How. Almost immediately you will be rewarded with magnificent views of the lake. The path is a little bit challenging, but straightforward if you're reasonably fit and wearing sensible walking shoes. Grid ref for the summit is SD 390 884, height 1034ft. At the top there is a trig point, and some fabulous views of Windermere. Total length of the walk, there and back, is about 1.2 miles.
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  • The Hoad Monument (Sir John Barrow Monument)
    The prominent memorial on Hoad Hill was built in 1850 in honour of Sir John Barrow, a naval explorer and Second Secretary to the Admiralty, who was born in Ulverston. It is a replica of an early version of the Eddystone Lighthouse. On the 15th of May 1850, the foundation stones of the lighthouse monument were laid by the two sons of Sir John Barrow. There were huge celebrations in the town, with a procession, a religious service, and much rejoicing. The monument was finished by the end of 1850, and was promptly struck by lightning, causing nine stones to be dislodged from the cupola. It was fixed up, and a lightning conductor fitted. The total cost to build the monument was £1,250, and a further £136 to repair the lightning damage. Most of this was paid for by public subscription, and £100 was provided by Trinity House on condition that the monument had the capability to be used as a real lighthouse if deemed necessary at some future time. Since then, the monument has survived the elements, with the help of several restorations, the most recent of which was completed in 2010 at the cost of £1.2 million. Nowadays, it is maintained by a team of volunteer lighthouse keepers. It is open to the public on Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays from 1pm to 5pm, from Easter to the end of October, when the flag on the hill is flying. The monument can be hired for weddings and other celebrations.
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  • Ford Park
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Frequently Asked Questions about Ulverston hotels

The Bay Horse Hotel, Premier Inn Ulverston hotel, and The Ship Inn are some of the most popular hotels for travellers looking to stay near Laurel and Hardy Museum. See the full list: Hotels near Laurel and Hardy Museum.

Popular hotels close to Stott Park Bobbin Mill include The Swan Hotel & Spa, Lakeside Hotel & Spa, and Boathouse Lakeside Hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Stott Park Bobbin Mill.

Popular hotels close to Newcastle Airport include DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Newcastle International Airport, Premier Inn Newcastle Airport hotel, and Premier Inn Newcastle Airport (South) hotel. See the full list: Hotels near Newcastle Airport.

A few of the most popular hotels near Manjushri Kadampa Meditation Centre are The Bay Horse Hotel, Premier Inn Ulverston hotel, and The Ship Inn. See the full list: Hotels near Manjushri Kadampa Meditation Centre.

The Bay Horse Hotel, Premier Inn Ulverston hotel, and The Ship Inn all received great reviews from families travelling in Ulverston. See the full list: Family Hotels Ulverston.