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Eidsforth Hotel
317 / 318 Marine Road Central
Morecambe
Lancashire

LA4 5AA | View map

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The Eidsforth Hotel is a well established family run hotel offering breathtaking views of Morecambe Bay & Lakeland hills. Ideally situated for easy access to the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales & even Blackpool Illuminations. With excellent train and coach links to all major destinations & places of interest, the food here is all locally produced wherever possible and the full breakfast, georgeous main meals & home made soups & deserts in particular, are part of what makes this family run hotel so popular. We have a lift to all floors, a well stocked bar and a full entertainment programme giving you the chance to try your hand at bingo, quizzes and also caberet, mystery singers, kareoke to name but a few! The Eidsforth ( which takes its name from The Earl of Eidsforth - Land owner of the original Poulton le Sands and area before the renaming of Morecambe)which continues in his name, offers the very best in warm welcome to all its many new & repeat guests.There are 2 golf Courses, a Superbowl, cinema, shops, markets, bars, and are all just a stroll along the promenade. Dont hesitate to call or email for our latest deals and further information. Come rain or shine the 'Eidsforth Hotel' is a home from home. we look forward to seeing you!

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