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B and Bs in Morecambe

Yacht Bay View Hotel
359 Marine Road East
Morecambe
Lancashire

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Fantastic sea views are afforded from our quiet, friendly guest house offering first class accommodation.All rooms have modern ensuites with luxury toiletries and comfortable beds. Our superior doubles and single rooms have sea views and all rooms have tea and coffee making facilities.Our 'Visit Britain Breakfast Award', offers a very special start to your day ! We are in a select part of Morecambe near to all local amenities, with the promenade opposite, offering wonderful walks or cycling. We look forward to welcoming you to our lovely guesthouse, whether for work or play. The Yacht Bay View Hotel is perfectly placed on a select part of Morecambe promenade with spectacular views of Morecambe Bay and the Lake District Hills beyond. Views of the Forest of Bowland can be seen from the rear. These areas, and the Pennine Hills, are accessible by public transport and Lake Windermere and Grange over Sands are only 40 minutes away by car. Other attractions within the immediate area of the hotel are Arnside, Silverdale and the Leighton Moss RSPB Reserve. Guests also benefit from close proximity to entertainments such as Gala Bingo which is just a couple of minutes walk away, as well as the Smugglers pub, and the New Inn on Lord Street which are close by.

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