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Situated near the beach, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Morecambe Winter Gardens Theatre, Morecambe Winter Gardens, and Eric Morecambe ...
Situated in Morecambe, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Morecambe Winter Gardens Theatre, Morecambe Winter Gardens and Eric Morecambe Statue. The Platform ...
Situated in Morecambe, this guesthouse is within a 10-minute walk of Regent Park Studios, Reel Cinemas Morecambe and The Platform. Stone Jetty and Morecambe ...
Morecambe, on the northern coast of Lancashire, overlooks Morecambe bay, one of the best bays in the region and very popular with visitors of all ages. From the bay area you can see some of the Lakeland hills, and paddling in the shallow waters is great fun. Enjoy an ice-cream or coffee in one of the many seaside cafés that overlook the bay, and don't forget to have your photo taken in front of the promenade's statue of Eric Morecombe. The promenade is also home to numerous innovative art installations, part of the tern project, which along with the restored art deco frontages of local hotels lend the seafront a distinctively arty and colourful atmosphere. The town itself has numerous fun attractions for all the family, so book in to a Lancashire hotel or guesthouse in Morecambe to have a really fun time.
From its modern bowling alley and multi-screen cinema complex to the restored Winter gardens, or Victorian Pavilion on the central promenade, Morecambe is full of great places to see and things to do. When you're based here at a Lancashire hotel or guesthouse, you can also explore other parts of the coastline, and the county town of Lancaster with its numerous historic attractions is just 10 minutes by train from here.
Lancashire's documented history goes back to before the Romans arrived, and almost two millennia later it was a major player in the transforming social and economic shockwave that was the Industrial Revolution. Much of the county's rich industrial heritage has been salvaged and is on public display either in situ or in museums, but there's so much more to Lancashire than 'muck and brass'. The gorgeous landscapes are as varied those of Cheshire, Yorkshire and the Lakes which bound it, and the numerous ruined castles and abbeys lend their own distinct charm to scenes that could have been pained by Constable or Turner. When you stay at a hotel in Lancashire you'll have a world of outdoor and cultural variety to explore at your leisure, including such priceless gems as Morecambe