Grange over Sands is a wonderful Edwardian resort set between the Lake District Fells and Morcambe Bay. The town has ornamental gardens, duck pond, golf courses and a vantage point for bird watching. The shops in the town keep their Edwardian appearance and local produce is sold in the stores.
A walk along the promenade will pull in some wonderful views accross to Furness and after the walk there are plenty of places to eat drink and stay with some top quality hotels.
Views and the Edwardian buildings throughout Grange make it a delight to visit the town.
Award winning shops and hotels in Grange over Sands
The old Lido can be seen from the railway bridge crossing from the promenade to the town.
Cafés and shops you will want to come back to.
Visit Grange for an unforgettable day out
Photography a passion, then Grange and its Edwardian shop fronts and buildings are for you.
High quality buildings built to your exact requirements in long lasting tanalized timber with high quality fittings.
About Bespoke Timber Construction
Here at Bespoke Timber Construction we adhere to a set of core values:
• Quality of materials
• Building durability
• Value for money
We believe these three factors are the main reasons behind our company’s success and your complete satisfaction. Our aim to keep you, the valued customer, happy in every respect of our products.
We strive to source all of the materials used in construction locally.
Our experience in original Bespoke design mean’s that our product can be tailor made to suit your exact requirements – whatever they may be. We provide a range of options to suit your needs and budget – from the type of exterior cladding through to the location of the windows, the possibilities are endless.
Bespoke Timber Construction of Cartmel is a traditional and family run firm, this allows us to maintain a personal approach – we don't just talk to you, we listen to what you want – in order to deliver professional results.
We have supplied stables throughout the North, Northwest, North-east and as far South as the Midlands of England, as well as the Scottish Borders.