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Ashley Guest House
371 Marine Road East
Morecambe
Lancashire

LA4 5AH | View map

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Situated in a prominent position on Morecambe seafront, the 'Ashley Guest House' commands breathtaking views over Morecambe Bay and to the Lake District hills beyond. We are a family run guest house offering quality accommodation and food, and a relaxed friendly atmosphere.Free Wi-Fi in all rooms.Double, twin-bedded, single and family rooms available - all bedrooms are en-suite and non-smoking, have individual heaters, colour TVs, refreshment facilities, hairdryers, shaver points, safes and complimentary toiletries. An iron/ironing board and cot/highchair are also available on request.Breakfast is served in our spacious Dining Room between 7.15am and 9.00am - choose from fruit juice or grapefruit segments, cereals, and a hearty traditional English cooked breakfast.

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