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Inns in Morecambe

The Clarendon
Marine Road West
Morecambe
Lancashire

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For over 100 years this charming 19th Century building has provided guests with a warm and friendly welcome combined with breathtaking views and spectacular sunsets over Morecambe Bay.Recently refurbished throughout; this award-winning hotel is ideally located for visiting the local seaside attractions. A leisurely 10 minute stroll down the promenade will bring you to the famous Eric Morecambe statue; as well as other popular attractions such as the cinema; super bowl and local festival market.The perfect setting for any event; the hotel offers superb dining facilities which hold an envious local reputation. An extensive à la carte menu is served in our sea view Cartmel Restaurant; which will suit the most discerning of tastes. Afternoon tea and bar meals are also available daily in the lounge bar.For those guests preferring a more traditional pub atmosphere; why not visit the Davy Jones Locker situated in the basement of the hotel. With regular live entertainment; Sky TV and traditional cask ales the Davy Jones provides the perfect retreat to unwind after a long day.Restaurant; Bar; 24-Hour Front Desk; Smoking & Non-Smoking Rooms; Lift to all floors. Room Service; Meeting/Banqueting Facilities; Wireless Internet; Laundry; Dry Cleaning; Packed Lunches; Faxing/Photocopying.

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