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A holiday cottage in Ulverston - the festival town of South Lakeland
The bustling market town of Ulverston lives up to its reputation as a festival town with various themes like comedy, breastfeeding, lanterns, and flags. Join in the festivities with an Ulverston accommodation as your base.
Historic Ulverston finds mention in the Book of Domesday. Those entering the town from the Lake District area will be greeted by the imposing Hoad Monument, a replica of the Eddystone Lighthouse which stands majestically upon a hill. Ulverston is also home to the world's only Laurel and Hardy Museum, a treasure trove of old letters, photos, and personal memorabilia. Don't miss the statue of Stan and Oliver outside Coronation Hall, a popular venue for live music, opera, and theatre. Nearby, Molten glass transforms into fabulous works of art at the Lake Glass Arts Centre.
With the world-famous Lake District just 10km away, Ulverston is an ideal base to explore the region. New Agers will enjoy a visit to the Manjushri Kadampa Meditation Centre and the Buddhist temple at Cornishead Priory, nestled on the shores of Morecambe Bay amidst serene woodlands. The start of the 50km Cumbrian Way, Ulverston is also an ideal base to explore the coastal villages of Newbiggin, Bardsea, Baycliff, and Aldingham, all of which boast exquisite Morecambe Bay views. The historic Graythwaite Hall Gardens beckon with their ancient trees, wooded walks, ferns, and streams. Incidentally, the young poet William Wordsworth loved these woods.
Festival town indeed
Ulverston’s Flag Fortnight is one billowing affair as the town's establishments hoist attractive flags with emblems representing their trade or activity of choice. The event features children's parades and marching bands too. Equally electrifying, is September's fiery Lantern Festival, where four separate lantern processions meet at the County Square. In winter, the Dickensian Christmas Festival features Christmas markets, horse drawn carriages, chestnut roasts, and brass bands. A sense of nostalgia pervades the air.
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