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From the M6 junction 36 follow signs for Barrow-in-Furness (A590).
On the big Meathop roundabout take the right exit and follow the brown signs for Cartmel Priory. Field Beck is on Barn Garth.
Things to do - Useful Links..
Information about Cartmel and surrounds: cartmelvillage.com
Cartmel Priory of St Mary and St Michael
Cartmel Racecourse: Race meetings on 6 days of the year
Black Horses Ltd: Horse-drawn carriage rides for any special occasion around Cartmel or just for pleasure!
Holker Hall & Gardens: Award winning Estate and gardens
Blackwell, the Arts & Crafts House: A stunning example of the Arts & Crafts movement architecture overlooking lake Windermere
Levens Hall: Famed for its ancient topiary
Windermere Lake Cruises: Take the steam train from Haverthwaite then cruise on Windermere
Yew Tree Barn: Just off the A590 at Low Newton. Combines architectural antiques and contemporary crafts
Grange-over-Sands Golf Club: 18 hole parkland course
North West Parachute Centre: Experience the exhilaration of freefall skydiving at Cumbria's sole parachuting centre
Cumbria Tourism: Tourist information and activities in the Lake District
The Westmorland Gazette: Our weekly local newspaper
Eating in Cartmel
Cartmel Cheeses: over 40 wondeful British & continental cheeses
Cartmel Village Shop: home of sticky toffeee pudding and a delicatessen selling local produce & food gifts
The Cavendish Arms A wonderful 450 year old coaching inn, full of character with tables by the river
The Royal Oak in the village centre has a large beer garden by the river