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Address: Abbey Rd, Dalton-in-Furness, LA13 0PA

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The Abbey House Hotel is on the a590 (30 miles from Junction 36 on the m6), north of Barrow in Furness, about 24 miles south west of Windermere. Take the A590 to Barrow in Furness, and then follow the road signs for Furness General Hospital and Furness Abbey. The hotel is less than 100 yards on your left.

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Furness Abbey - Cumbria - Castle

Furness Abbey - Cumbria - Castle

Distance 0.56 miles (0.9 km)
St Mary of Furness was founded in 1123 by Stephen, later King of England. It originally belonged to the Order of Savigny, but passed, in 1147, to the Cistercians. They gradually rebuilt and enlarged the ornate church that the Savigniac order had built. This second church was itself remodelled in the 15th century. The church, set in the ‘vale of deadly nightshade’, has long been perceived as a very romantic building – Wordsworth visited the abbey on several occasions and referred to it in his Prelude of 1805. An exhibition on the history of the abbey, with a display of elaborately carved stones, can be seen in the visitor centre. (See also Bow Bridge)

South Lakes Wild Animal Park - Dalton-in-Furness - Zoo

South Lakes Wild Animal Park - Dalton-in-Furness - Zoo

Distance 2.36 miles (3.77 km)
About a mile out of Dalton-in-Furness is the Lake District's only zoological park, which is recognised as one of Europe's leading conservation zoos. 17 acres are home to the rarest animals on earth, who are participants in co-ordinated breeding programmes to save them from extinction in the wild. This is the only zoo in Britain to hold both Amur (above) and Sumatran Tigers, the biggest and smallest tigers left in the world. Each day David Gill or one of his assistants gives a talk on the conservation projects for the few remaining tigers left in the world. The zoo now holds all six South American Margays (left) that are in this country. The zoo plays an important role as co-ordinator for the Geoffroys Cat European Endangered Species Programme, and the Lar Gibbon European Studbook.