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B and Bs in Morecambe

Berkeley Guest House
39 Marine Road West
Morecambe
Lancashire

LA3 1BZ | View map
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Rest assured, you will always find a warm welcome at The Berkeley Guest House. Under the personal supervision of Mal and Colette Neill, guests can enjoy this small family-run, family-friendly licensed guesthouse. Ideally situated on the West Promenade with a fine panoramic view of Morecambe Bay and the Lakeland Hills and some of the best sunsets in the UK, the Berkeley Guest House makes a superb base for exploring the Lake District as well as the city of Lancaster and Morecambe itself. Historic Lancaster is a short 10 minute drive away or quicker by train. Personal care and consideration is given to ensure the highest standard of hospitality and accommodation. Excellent home-cooking from local produce is the basis to the preparation of all meals, and the proprietors pride themselves on making your stay in Morecambe a memorable one. All twelve bedrooms are tastefully furnished with en-suite facilities, colour television and complimentary tea and coffee. Many of the rooms have splendid views overlooking beautiful Morecambe Bay. The Sunset suite boasts a 4 poster bed and large bay window overlooking the Lakeland hills.For your personal comfort at all times, the rooms are individually centrally heated. There is a licensed bar where you can enjoy a good selection of beers, wines and spirits at very competetive prices.

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