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Clarendon Hotel, Morecambe, Lancashire

Clarendon Hotel
76 Marine Road West
Morecambe
Lancashire

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Right on Morecambe's seafront promenade, the Clarendon Hotel boasts spectacular sweeping views over Morecambe Bay towards the mountains of the Lake District. For over 100 years, this charming 19th-century building has offered guests a warm and friendly welcome. The Clarendon Hotel is only a 10-minute walk along the promenade from the famous statue of Eric Morecambe. The breathtaking natural beauty of the Lake District and the stunning scenery of the Yorkshire Dales are also within easy reach.

All of the en suite rooms have TVs, hairdryers, trouser presses and tea/coffee making facilities. Many of the rooms have magnificent views over Morecambe Bay.
An extensive fish and grill menu is served in the Waterfront Restaurant, which overlooks the bay.
In the basement of the hotel, Davy Jones' Locker offers a traditional pub atmosphere, with cask-conditioned ales, Sky TV, pool tables, darts and regular quiz nights.

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