Cheap Hotels in Morecambe
Near Morecambe Beach
Situated just 20 yards off Morecambe’s promenade, the family-run Sea Crest is a large guest accommodation offering home cooking, a bar with a pool table, and free Wi-Fi in the public areas, including the guest TV lounge. A buffet breakfast, as well as a full English option, is served from 8:30 to 9:00 in the dining room with sea views. Homemade evening meals are available from 18:00 and the residents Mermaid Bar, which is open at restricted times of the year, has occasional live entertainment. At The Sea Crest, each bedroom is individually decorated and comes with an en suite bathroom including free toiletries. Guests can also enjoy a flat-screen TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Morecambe Rail Station, shops, the multi-screen cinema, ten-pin bowling and indoor market are less than 5 minutes’ drive from the property. The Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales national parks can be reached in 40 minutes by car.
Near Morecambe Bay
Near Morecambe Winter Gardens Theatre
Situated on Morecambe’s seafront promenade, The Clarendon Hotel boasts spectacular views towards the beautiful Grange Over Sands & Lake District. The award-winning Waterfront Restaurant serves delicious breakfast, and offers views across Morecambe Bay. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the Hotel. The elegant en suite guest rooms have tea and coffee facilities, TVs and hairdryers. Many rooms have impressive sea views. Room service, laundry facilities is also available. Just 15 minutes from Lancaster, and with easy access to the Lake District, The Clarendon offers free private parking. Morecambe Railway Station is 10 minutes’ walk away, offering trains to Kendal and Carnforth.
Overlooking Morecambe Bay, The Crown Hotel has stylish, modern rooms each with a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. There is also a licensed bar open until 22:00 for guests to enjoy. Each room has been furnished to a high standard with contemporary oak furniture. Also included are tea/coffee-making facilities, a seating area and an individual private bathroom. Guests can enjoy sunset views out over the Lakeland Fells from the beach, which is on the hotel door step. Just 5 minutes' walk takes guests to bars, restaurant, shops and Morecambe Rail Station.
The family-run Berkeley Morecambe is situated on the west promenade overlooking the Lakeland hills and Morecambe Bay. The guest house offers free Wi-Fi, its own bar, and is just a 15-minute drive from historic Lancaster. The Berkeley offers a TV lounge with a large bay window overlooking the bay. The separate bar features a flat-screen TV. Guest rooms offer TV with Freeview, tea and coffee making facilities, and an en suite electric shower room. In the mornings, breakfast is cooked to order with local produce. The bar offers a selection of beverages and snacks throughout the day. The Berkeley is within a 20-minute walk of Morecambe, which offers shops, bars, and pubs. It is also within 1 hour’s drive of the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales National Parks. Free public parking is available at a location nearby.
Near Morecambe Winter Gardens Theatre
Near The Platform
The Trevelyan Hotel
Offering free Wi-Fi and freshly cooked full English breakfasts, The Trevelyan guest house is placed only 100 metres from the beach. Morecambe’s lively Promenade is less than 10 minutes’ walk away. Each room features a TV, free tea and coffee, an iron and a hairdryer. Most rooms have a private bathroom with toiletries and towels, whilst some share bathroom facilities. Morecambe Rail Station is just over 10 minutes’ walk from the guest house, and is surrounded by shops and restaurants. Lancaster’s historic castle can be reached with a 20-minute drive.
Near Morecambe Beach
Hotels in Morecambe
The coastal resort of Morecambe is sandwiched between Morecambe Bay and the Cumbrian Hills, within easy reach of the historic city of Lancaster. This is the place where sandcastle building, kite flying, cycling, hiking and picnics on the beach are a must. Indulge in scoops of delectable ice cream as you saunter along the Promenade, lined with independent boutiques and gift shops. Have your picture taken with the famous Eric Morecambe Statue on the Promenade, or visit the Tern Project, an award-winning art installation relating to local birdlife. Many Morecambe hotels offer superb views of the Bay and cater for a range of budgets.
Take afternoon tea at the Midland Hotel, with its beautifully restored Art Deco exterior and panoramic view of the Bay. Alternatively visit the Reel Cinema on the Seafront and cosy down to the latest blockbuster movie with a bag of popcorn.
The Platform is Morecambe's premier events and entertainment venue. Once an old railway station, it's now a mecca for music lovers, offering everything from jazz and the blues to folk and classical music. Recitals, concerts and lectures run throughout the year, including sequence dancing for those who are light on their feet.
History enthusiasts may find the award winning Lancaster Maritime Museum worth a visit. Once a Customs house, it now hosts an informative, interactive exhibition relating to the maritime trade of Lancaster and Morecombe Bay. For a comprehensive history of the region from Roman occupation to the present day head to Lancaster City Museum.
Visit the 1000-year-old Lancaster Castle, known for the infamous trial of the Pendle Witches and its ancient dungeons. A packed event program throughout the year means you can watch an Opera or a Shakespeare play with the atmospheric castle as a backdrop.
Shopping and Eating Out:
When it comes to shopping, all the known high street stores can be found in the centre of the town. There's also the Central Drive Retail Park, which hosts an extended range of stores and a supermarket for some serious retail therapy. If you just want to browse and have an eye for a bargain, then the Festival Market is worth a closer look.
When peckish after a breezy walk along the seafront try the celebrated local delicacy known as the Morecambe Bay potted shrimps or some traditional fish and chips. Both taste extra special when eaten overlooking the sea. With plenty of cafÃ©s and restaurants nearby, there's no shortage of places to sample the local cuisine.
Other Outdoor Activities:
Take a stroll through Happy Mount Park, with many family attractions on offer to keep all age groups entertained, including zip wires, a miniature railway, trampolines and swing boats.
For the adventurous, book a guided walk across Morecambe bay and experience nature at its most dramatic. The scenery and wildlife can be spectacular, so keep your camera at the ready and wear some waterproof clothing.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Morecambe
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Morecambe?The Sea Crest, The Clarendon Hotel and The Crown Hotel are some of the popular hotels in Morecambe.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Morecambe?The cheapest price for a double room in Morecambe is £49, offered by The Sanderling.
What are the best hotels in Morecambe near the center?The best hotels near the center of Morecambe are The Crown Hotel, The Auckland Hotel and Best Western Lancaster Morecambe Lothersdale Hotel.
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