Morecambe is exceptionally popular in the summer months, with many locals and visitors taking to the sandy beaches to enjoy the warm summer weather by the sea, with expanses of golden beaches and a jaw dropping sunset panorama. The 5-mile-long promenade is completely flat, making it enjoyable for those on bicycles, wheelchairs or with prams.
The salt marshes and mud flats are a feeding ground for a quarter of a million wading birds, ducks and geese and Morecambe Bay is renowned for its flat fishing, cockles and the famous Morecambe Bay shrimps. The Morecambe Bay Hotel is within perfect distance to explore some beautiful locations across Lancashire. Nearby towns and cities include:
We have a private parking area for guests to the at the rear of the hotel. There is also free parking available on the promenade to the front of the premises between set times of 6pm and 10am-perfect for our business guests.
A charming seaside village set on the edge of Morecambe Bay. A small ancient village with meadows, sandy beaches and deep rock pools. Heysham is the gateway to the Isle of Man, from here you can take a ferry over to the island taking approximately 4 hrs to reach this beautiful island.
Visit the historic city of Lancaster with its imposing castle overlooking the river Lune as it winds around the city. The castle is the home to the Duchy of Lancaster and has many tales of the Pendle Witch Trials. In the city centre, you will find shopping areas with many places to eat and drink.
The Forest of Bowland is an outstanding area of natural beauty covering 312 sq miles. The stunning landscape has become an area of national importance because of its unspoilt landscape, wildlife and heritage. The area has become a habitat for many of our native species.
Kirkby Lonsdale is a small market village with a weekly market held in the village square every Wednesday. The village has many cafes and restaurants selling local produce. There is plenty of countryside to enjoy with country walks and picnic areas most set around the famous Devils Bridge.
THINGS TO DO
Morecambe has always been a popular seaside resort, with a vibrant festival scene. The Morecambe bay Hotel is within easy reach of a host of year-round events and activities-Some of the annual events include:
In these unprecedented times, we could not be more grateful for those whose jobs are vital to public health & safety and generally keeping the country running. As a token of our appreciation, we would like to offer reduced-rate accommodation to key workers from all sectors in need of emergency accommodation.
Contact Clare at The Morecambe Bay Hotel for more information on 01524 874 747