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Lothersdale Hotel
320-3 Marine Road
Morecambe
Lancashire

LA4 5AA | View map

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With breathtaking views of Morecambe Bay and the Lake District Mountains, the Lothersdale, situated on the Central Promenade, is the ideal place for your stay.Personal attention and quality of service are maintained at all times by the proprietors and their family who are keenly interested in the comfort of their visitors. This attention to detail and quality of service has led the Lothersdale to be awarded the 'Areas Premier Hotel'.All entertainments and attractions are within easy reach and by taxi it is only two minutes from Central Drive Bus and Train Stations.We look forward to meeting you in the very near future.

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