Bay Strathmore Hotel
The Bay Strathmore in Morecambe offers guests a warm welcome, friendly service, clean accommodation and a calendar of high-quality live entertainment. Located on the seafront with magnificent views across Morecambe Bay, this popular hotel enjoys a peaceful and accessible location with a frequent bus service just a stone’s throw from the doorstep.
The Strathmore prides itself on delivering first-rate service and holds the coveted Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor for consistent outstanding reviews from its guests.
The hotel’s 47 bedrooms are tastefully decorated with the option of upgrading from a Standard room to a Superior Room for a little extra luxury during your stay. After a great night’s sleep, tuck into a delicious breakfast from the hotel’s well-stocked buffet with plenty of freshly cooked options, or relax in the Strathmore’s comfortable lounges and take in the glorious views. With attentive staff and a laid-back atmosphere, the Strathmore is the ideal place to unwind by the coast.
During the day, there’s many things to see and do around town. Known for its miles of sandy beaches and charming promenade, Morecambe offers a traditional seaside experience in beautiful surroundings with a variety of exciting attractions. Take a stroll along Morecambe beach, enjoy a freshly brewed tea or delicious ice cream at one of the many seafront cafés, or visit the famous Eric Morecambe statue, a fitting tribute to one of Britain’s best-loved comedians who was born in the town.
The hotel is a short walk from Morecambe’s Happy Mount Park, home to various fun activities, including adventure golf, crown green bowls, a putting green and scenic walks. Close by, a restored Edwardian railway station houses the town’s top live entertainment venue which features comedy and live music to meet all tastes. Back at the hotel, guests can dance the night away with a vibrant programme of evening entertainment that includes vocalists, music and cabaret.
The hotel has 47 rooms split across two room types, offering different levels of facility. All rooms feature a comfy bed, television, en suite and tea and coffee making facilities as standard, with additional amenities in higher graded rooms, please click the individual room types below for more information.
The Strathmore Hotel has a limited amount of priority parking spaces, these can be reserved at £6.00 per day. Advanced booking is recommended. On street parking is also usually available nearby.
Directions: From the M6: Leave the motorway at Junction 34 and join the A683 towards Lancaster. After 2.5 miles turn right onto the A589, Morecambe Road, go straight on at the first roundabout and then slightly right at the second, continue to the end of the road and turn left and the hotel will be on your left.The Strathmore Hotel has a limited amount of priority parking spaces, these can be reserved at £6.00 per day. Advanced booking is recommended. On street parking is also usually available nearby
This park has everything you need for a relaxing walk along scenic pathways and gardens. Unwind and take in the fresh sea air as you stroll through the designated paths and gardens that date back to the early 20th century. At the very heart of the park is a crown green bowling lawn, which is open to both beginners and seasoned players, and an 18-hole putting green course. Situated in the park is the wonderful Café Rastelli, which has both an indoor and outdoor seating area where you can enjoy food and drink. Any food bought from the café can also be packaged and taken over to one of the picnic areas where you'll often find summer concerts and other great musical events.
On Morecambe promenade stands a uniquely restored Edwardian railway station which hosts an array of musical talent, and a whole host of different acts, activities, events and shows. You can watch big bands, like the Glenn Miller Orchestra, or laugh along with some of the country’s finest comedians. Swing, jazz, blues and country – no matter what you like to listen to, you'll find it at The Platform.
As famous for its stunning views from the outside as it is for its impressive interior, the Winter Gardens Theatre is a beautiful building that offers the very best entertainment in Morecambe. There is always something for everyone, from tribute acts to iconic groups like The Drifters, and from punk music to the sounds of the 80s. The Parisian Bar is open at weekends, as well as for functions and events, serving tea, coffee and other light refreshments, including soft drinks and alcohol.
Thought to date back to the 11th century, Lancaster Castle has played a key role in England’s history, not least during the English Civil War, and the Scottish invasions of the 14th century. Today, the castle sits proudly in the ancient, charming city of Lancaster, providing an insight into the country’s storied past.
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