Facing the estuary of the River Kent on the northeastern corner of Morecambe Bay, Arnside is full of natural beauty. Visitors can book their Arnside holiday rentals and easily come to the town, since the town is well connected by by rail (the Carnforth-Grange-Ulverston-Barrow line), bus, and car. Up till 19th Century the town was majorly a port, but post bridge construction the estuary has lot of silt. Still the town maintains its history.
The beautiful port of the town offers nice views across the Morecambe Bay. The place is full of natural wealth. Some precious rare butterflies and alpine plants around the limestone pavements attract scientists frequently to this area. Hence, this town has been designated as Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
With more than hundred species of bird, the place is a delight for nature lovers. colorful butterflies can be spotted easily during the Spring along the reserve trails. If you wish to spend more time in the town, then book the self-catering Arnside holiday rentals. Though the town is small, visitors have various options from shops to pubs to enjoy while enjoying the beautiful sunset overlooking the Morecambe Bay.
Families can relax by taking a pleasant walk in the surrounding Arnside woodland around Arnside Knott, up to the “Pepper-Pot” at Silverdale or around the coast with cliff top walks and sea views. The Victorian church of St James is also frequently visited by tourist. Visitors of all budgets (small to big) can find their perfect match in Arnside holiday rentals.
The ruined Arnside Tower (Pele towers) built in 14th or 15th century is an oldest building in the city reminiscent of the town’s historical contribution. Arnside is one town where the crowd is not much. In addition, since it is close to Lake District excellent views across the bay to Grange-over-Sands and the Lakeland fells can be enjoyed easily.