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Bay Strathmore Hotel, Morecambe

Blackpool and Morecambe

the Bay Strathmore Hotel

Customer Rating: (10 Customer Reviews)

At a glance;

  • Located in Morecambe, famous for the delicacy potted shrimps
  • The Hotel offers stunning views of the Lakeland Fells
  • Local attractions include Morecambe Promenade, Morecambe Sands, The Platform, The Dome and the many seasonal festivals
  • Other attractions include the Eric Morecambe Statue, the Polo Tower, the Victoria Pavillion and more

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Hotel information

Morecambe is great for a fun, traditional seaside holiday and for walkers and birdwatchers there is the unique beauty of the Bay.

Superbly located on the beautiful East Promenade of Morecambe, our Strathmore Hotel is in a great location. The beautiful restaurant and cocktail bar is complemented by the stunning views across Morecambe Bay and the fells.

The pleasant bar and lounges also have a great ambience in which to relax and enjoy the warm and friendly hospitality. The Strathmore benefits from a lift to all floors and there is plenty of parking available in the hotel car park. This hotel is close to many attractions and places of interest and offers the perfect base from which to explore the Lake District and Lancaster.

This hotel only has a limited amount of parking spaces, these can be reserved at £5.00 per day. On street parking is usually available.

Great for

  • Walking
  • History
  • Culture

Bay Strathmore Hotel Premier Room

Typical Premier Room at Bay Strathmore Hotel

Our most luxurious room option, most of our Premier Rooms come with a four poster bed as well as a spacious refitted bathroom that accommodates both bath and a separate shower. These bedrooms will normally offer extras such as comfortable seating area, a 32 inch flat screen television, hair dryer as well as a hospitality tray.

  • En-suite with separate bath and shower
  • Luxurious four poster bed
  • 32 inch flat screen television
  • Large bedroom with comfortable seating
  • Hair dryer and shaving point

Bay Strathmore Hotel Superior Room

Typical Superior Room at Bay Strathmore Hotel

Our Superior Rooms are more spacious and tastefully refurbished, they offer luxurious beds, a 26 inch flat screen television. The spacious bathrooms have been refitted with shower over bath. These rooms also come with the facilities to make yourself a hot drink.

  • 26 inch flat screen television
  • En-suite bathrooms with shower over bath
  • Spacious rooms
  • Hair dryer and shaving point
  • The above image represents a typical Superior room

Bay Strathmore Hotel Standard Room

Typical Standard Room at Bay Strathmore Hotel

Our Standard Rooms are charming and have everything you would expect. The rooms have televisions, tea and coffee making facilities as well as an en-suite bathroom. 

  • En-suite and WC
  • Telephone
  • Television
  • Shaving point

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Hotel Accessibility

Here at Bay Hotels we want you to have the best short break possible. We are happy to provide advice to guests with special needs who wish to take breaks at our Hotels. In order to avoid disappointment and/or misunderstandings, please contact us on 01942 496 507 to discuss any needs that you may have.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do you have single rooms?
    Yes, in most of our hotels.

  • Do you take dogs and pets?
    We do not allow dogs and pets into our hotels, with the exception of guide dogs.

  • Do you have lifts in all hotels?
    We have lifts in most of our hotels.

  • What time is check in time?
    3pm in the afternoon.

  • What time is check out time?
    10am in the morning.

  • Do you have smoking rooms?
    We do not allow smoking in any parts of our hotels.

Location

Our Morecambe hotel’s situated on the northwest coast of England. The huge sandy bay and stunning backdrop of the Lake District and Bowland Fells make Morecambe Bay the perfect location to explore.

How to get there


By Car:


Leave the M6 at junction 34 (signposted Lancaster) turn right at the traffic signals onto the A683. Go forward on the A6 (one way) (signposted City Centre) then take the right hand lane signposted Morecambe. At traffic signals go forward onto the A683 (signposted Morecambe) to cross the River Lune and then take the Left hand lane. At the Roundabout take the 3rd exit onto the B5321. At roundabout take 2nd main exit A589 (signposted Morecambe) in half a mile at roundabout take 2nd exit and at ensuing roundabout take the 1st exit onto the B5321. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Broadway (A589). Follow the road round bearing left and then turn left onto Marine Road (A589). The hotel is on the left hand side.

This hotel only has a limited amount of parking spaces, these can be reserved at £5.00 per day. On street parking is usually available


By Train:


The Strathmore is located about 1 and a half miles away from Morecambe Train Station.

National Express:


Services to Morecambe, Central Drive Bus Station, 1 and a half miles away from the hotel.

By Bus:


Numbers 3 or 4 from the town centre stop directly outside the hotel.

By Taxi:


A1 Taxis 01524 35666

Bay Strathmore Hotel

Bay Strathmore Hotel

East Promenade

Morecambe

Lancashire

LA4 5AP

Res: 01524 421234

Tel: 01524 421234

Local Attractions

The following places, attractions and things to do are easily reached from Morecambe:

  • Kendal
  • Lune
  • Riverside Walk
  • The Stone Jetty
  • Lancaster Castle
  • Windermere
  • The TERN Project
  • Eric Morecambe Stage and Statue
  • Forest of Bowland

Local Insight

The Lancaster and Morecambe Bay area offers an array of differing experiences and sights, below are just a few

  • Maritime Museum
    Lancaster’s river, the Lune, is tidal, and until recently was navigable by large trading vessels, giving Lancaster a long maritime history. The Maritime Museum was set up in 1985, in former Customs offices and a warehouse, to chart the maritime history of the area. Using reconstructions, computers, audiovisuals and exhibitions of artefacts, the museum makes a fascinating day out. In addition, the museum now houses an educational area, packed full of information about the ecosystems of Morcambe Bay, the River Lune and Lancaster Canal.


  • Lancaster Castle
    There has been a defensive building on the site since Roman times, and since then several buildings have held off attacks from the Picts, Scots and other forces. Today you can see where the Lancashire Witches were tried and convicted, the dungeons and the Drop Room, the “Hanging Corner” where prisoners were executed, and the Crown Court, still used to this day. Guided tours are available, and local theatre groups often use the Castle for performances of Shakespeare plays.

  • RSPB Leighton Moss
    North West England's largest reed bed is located in an attractive wooded valley below limestone hills. 5 bird-watching hides overlook shallow meres with fascinating wildlife from bearded tits and bitterns to marsh harriers and red deer. Of the seven hides, four are accessible to disabled visitors. There is also a RSPB Visitor Centre, shop and a tea room.
    Visit their website

  • Leighton Hall
    Set in beautiful parkland against a backdrop of the Lakeland fells, historic Leighton Hall is the home of the world famous furniture making Gillow family. This beautiful historic home has a special blend of complimenting attractions including lively tours and the opportunity to see rare Gillow furniture; peaceful gardens, spectacular events, breathtaking displays from trained Birds of Prey and charming tea rooms with homemade cakes. Open May-September.
    Visit their website

Great for

  • Walking
  • History
  • Culture

Entertainment

Entertainment Programme

On Monday Evenings
Dancing, Music & Cabaret with
Rachel Mercer

On Tuesday Evenings
Instrumentalist & Comedian
Dave Davis
Entertains

On Wednesday Evenings
Vocalist/Entertainer
Either
Carl B or Jimmy Grace

On Thursday Evenings
An evening of entertainment with
Clive Cope
Comedian

On Friday Evenings
Vocalist and All Round Entertainer
Bruce McLaren

On Saturday Evenings
Dancing, Music and Cabaret with
Rachel Mercer
 
On Sunday Evenings
An evening of entertainment with
Carl B
Vocalist
 
The entertainment programme advertised is subject to change for reasons beyond our control without prior notice


Keith Jones

Wolverhampton

rating is 4 stars

9 March 2014

Another satisfied customer

Travelled under our own steam to the Bay Strathmore found plenty of parking right outside on the promenade the room was clean & tidy if a little dated, all the staff are very friendly & cannot do enough for you, the waiters were brilliant, our waiter Thomas nothing was too much trouble for him he certainly went the extra mile to be helpful also would like to mention Alan the coach driver who took on our excursions his knowledge of the local area is second to none thank you all see you again.


Melvyn

Royton

rating is 2 stars

26 February 2014

Gloomy Room

Went for 3 night break at this hotel, staff good, friendly and helpful. Food up to usual Shearings good standards. Only complaint was about the lighting in the room, there were five lights with economy bulbs none of which you could read by.


Tony Taylor

Milton Keynes

rating is 4 stars

1 November 2013

Satisfied Customer

Travelled with Shearing's, felt that the room was in need of redecoration but was clean and well presented. The food was excellent with multiple choice menus for dinner each night, my wife has particular dietary preferences and if the menu did not suit then the chef was able to accommodate her tastes, the service was second to none with the dining room staff very courteous and friendly. There was entertainment every night and with one exception very enjoyable.


Jean and Roger

Abergele

rating is 5 stars

24 April 2013

Lovely Staff

We stayed with friends here for a long weekend. This was our 4th stay here but the 1st time we had taken friends. The hotel and staff did not disappoint. Rooms were lovely and clean, staff were excellent as always. The waiters were brilliant - had a banter with my partner as always-which was really funny. All of the staff are excellent-from the receptionists to the bar and restaurant staff. In fact we arrived early and were allowed to check in as our rooms were ready-which was a bonus. Highly recommend.


Reg C Smith

Hartlepool

rating is 5 stars

11 April 2013

Wonderful Staff

we had a three night stay very nice the staff excellent food very good would come again only down side our room just below the stage look on the good side I got serenaded to sleep great break Mr R C-Smith Hartlepool


Dave

Yorkshire

rating is 3 stars

28 October 2012

First Class

I give the hotel 3 star rating, the food 5 star, the staff 5 star, my wife and I would go back to this hotel but not with Shearings.


Mr Mathers

Middlesbrough

rating is 5 stars

10 January 2012

Wonderful Staff

My Wife and I stayed in the premier room it had everything you could possible need the staff went out of their way the receptionist even rang her husband just to get the time the football was on TV for me all the staff were helpful we will go back to this hotel again.


Mr and Mrs Hall

Shaffordshire

rating is 5 stars

27 December 2011

The whole Christmas holiday

The whole of the staff & the entertainment was great. The guests where a bit old but so am I, but if you are younger you will enjoy it too. We would like to give the staff our warmest thank you to all the staff and the entertainment staff.


Mr Merrie

Penrith, Cumbria

rating is 5 stars

24 July 2011

Fantastic

We had 3 super nights stay at this great hotel, the staff were just great, and the food was first class. The entertainer on Friday night was very very good. We will be back, hopefully for Turkey & Tinsel.


Mr Reece

Lincoln

rating is 5 stars

31 October 2010

Perfect Stay

We had a three days stay, came under our own steam. Plenty of car parking. Staff very friendly, especially Macieq the waiter. His service and manor is impeccable. The food was fantastic, we loved every meal. Room a little tired but clean and comfortable. Shower was perfect and very powerful! Would highly recommend this hotel and hope to stay again.


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