Cumbria Grand Hotel, Netherwood Hotel, Meathop Grange, Meathop Caravan Club, Woodlands Hotel, Westmorlands Caravan Park, Abbeyfield B&B. Grange Park, Prominade. Prom Art. Commodore Pub, Fish Over Chips, Baileys Sandwich Shop, Sweet Chilli Chinese. Higginsons, T&C Butchers, R.A. & J.S. Fletcher, Cromptons, J. Proctor. Grange Railway Station, Buses. Two Golf clubs.
There are a variety of Hotels in Grange including Woodlands Hotel and Pine Lodges which is situated along Meathop Road.
Several hotels are located along Lindale Road including Grange Hotel which has conference and leisure facilities, The Netherwood Hotel which does weddings and special events and Cumbria Grand which has theme nights and tribute weekends. All of which are close to Grange Railway station.
Along the esplanade you could stay at Clare House which offers rooms from £91, has a large garden area with views across Morecambe Bay, award winning food. There is also the benefit of being right next to one of the entrances to the promenade where you can walk along the seafront to the main part of Grange if you wish.
The Commodore Inn in the centre of Grange-over-Sands provides accommodation with views over the railway line and promenade across the bay. It offers meals and real ale and is close to parking facilities and Grange Railway Station as well as nearby eateries and cafes.
Grange B&Bs include Elton Guest House situated along Windermere Road with prices from £35 per night. On Kents Bank Road there is Lymehurst Hotel with contemporary bistro, Somerset House guest house accommodation.
Alternatively you could stay in your own Holiday Flat along the esplanade for just £355 per week and be well sited for local facilities and nearby train station.
Slightly further out of Grange there is Corner Beech House with it's award winning breakfast. They don't accept children which may be of some benefit to people looking for a quieter stay.
Situated slightly outside Grange along Cartmel Road is Low Fell Gate Caravan Park where campers and caravans alike can stop at this facility and be within short driving distance of Grange Centre.
Those who are specifically looking to get a pitch for their towed caravan may wish to visit Meathop Fell Caravan Club Site and for static caravans there is Westmorland Caravans
Grange station can be accessed via Lindale Road. The line runs along the Grange Promenade and the station is nearby to various hotels including Grange Hotel. It is also within easy walking distance of Grange Park and Yewbarrow Terrace which has cafes and shops.
On the station grounds there is a Pay and Display carpark with disabled bays outside the entrance. There is also a newsagents on the premises.
There are regular trains running on average 35 - 50 minutes and Arnside is just 6 minutes away thanks to the development of the Grange Viaduct. Also traveling
Trip Times from Grange Station:
Kents Bank - 3 minutes
Cark-in-Cartmel - 7 minutes
Ulverston - 15 minutes
Dalton-in-Furness - 24 minutes
Roose - 30 minutes
Barrow-in-Furness - 40 minutes
Arnside - 6 minutes
Silverdale - 11 minutes
As with most towns on street parking is limited to a set amount of time, 1 hour for example.
I the centre of Grange most of the unrestricted parking is taken up early and you can choose either limited stay parking or several large Pay and Display carparks.
Limited stay on street parking includes Kents Bank Road, Yewbarrow Terrace, Main Street (though spaces are limited) and some limited parking along Windermere Road.
However there are plenty of Pay and Display carpark dotted across Grange-over-Sands including Grange Railway Station, Windermere Road, large carpark behind Commodore Inn which stretches down to Grange park, Kents Bank Road has parking about half way down and there is parking towards the end of Kents Bank Road opposite the turning for Fernhill Road.
If you don't mind doing a bit of walking there is usually all day parking up Grange Fell Road.