Places Of Interest In Morecambe
Morecambe Golf Club, Morecambe Bay Holidays.
| Specialized Morecambe Golf Club and
Morecambe Bay Holidays Hotel.
to visit us in Morecambe, located in a first-class
position on the promenade, with uninterrupted views
of Morecambe Bay and Lake District fells. Nearby
Facilities include Golf Course and Bowls at Happy
Close by is the beautiful village of Heysham. Furthermore
we are the gateway to the Lake District. Lancaster
can spend another fun-filled packed day in close.
The St Winifred's Hotel Morecambe is on the northwest
tip of the Lancashire coast. The hotel is in the
center of the popular coastal resort, over-looking
magnificent Morecambe Bay; it is few minutes from
the historic city of Lancaster and is rightly called
the gateway to the Lake District.
We have listed a few places of interest we think
you may find interesting. If you feel anything else
should be included contact us.
To the Lake District
Morecambe often referred to as the gateway to the
Lake District. You can walk, cycle and splash about
in the beautiful Lake District to your heart’s
content. With more than 3,500 kilometres of rights
of way and 12 of the largest lakes in England, there's
something for everyone!
You can potter around charming
Lakeland towns and villages, explore the history
of the area at its castles and historical houses,
enjoy the great variety of attractions or have some
family fun at the many events taking place all year
round. Whatever the weather, there is something
Dales National Park :
Established in 1954, the Yorkshire Dales National
Park has outstanding scenery, a range of wildlife
habitats and a rich cultural heritage. It’s
a special place – a fantastic outdoor arena
for recreation and peaceful relaxation and a haven
The Yorkshire Dales & Forest of Bowland offers
a wide range of things to do and see, including
outdoor activities such as climbing, caving, walking,
cycling, pony trekking, canoeing, sailing &
windsurfing. There is also a wide range of indoor
activities in and around the Yorkshire Dales with
historic buildings which are open to the public
including Sizergh Castle, Levens Hall with its famous
topiary gardens and deer park & Lancaster Castle.
Leisure Corporate, Quads and Paintball Centre :
Morecambe and surrounding areas offers something
for everyone. For the more daring ones why not visit
Wrights Leisure Corporate, Quads and Paintball Centre,
you can race around a ¾ mile woodland track
on a quad bike or if you’re really daring
then try the off road 4 X 4 experience and if your
athleticism is higher than usual, why not shoot
some paintballs to take out the opposition team
or to capture the flag from the opposition fort.
This is a popular and attractive spot, where the
River Lune meanders in a big curve through tree-lined
banks. Yours to escape to whenever you want Crook
O'Lune offers excellent fishing, walking and rambling
in the Lune Valley. The beauty of the Crook O' Lune
was captured by the artist JMW Turner, and described
by the poets Thomas Gray (of Gray’s "Elegy")
and William Wordsworth which made it an attractive
Unveiled by the Queen in 1999, the slightly larger
than life-sized statue depicts Eric Morecambe in
one of his characteristic poses with a pair of binoculars
around his neck (he was a keen ornithologist). The
Statue is set against the stunning backdrop of Morecambe
Bay and the Lake District hills and people queue
to have their photo taken alongside the Statue.
town of Morecambe:
The seaside town of Morecambe looks
out across the magnificent sweep of Morecambe Bay
to the Lakeland Fells. Walk the promenade and you
will find excellent new sea-defences incorporating
award-winning public art golden sandy beaches.
Morecambe Golf Club is a private members club situated
on the north-west tip of the Lancashire coast. As
a golfing destination, Morecambe Golf Club has gained
an enviable reputation for both the quality of its
clubhouse facilities and 18 hole golf course and
offers visiting golfers a wholehearted welcome.
Time after time visitors comment that "...they
never realised this little gem of a course existed!"
The historic home of the world-renowned Gillow furniture
making family, Leighton Hall is a stunning location
for a day out, an exclusive wedding or extraordinary
corporate event and it is only 15 minutes from the
Its romantic Gothic towers, acres of beautiful gardens
and trained birds of prey annually lure thousands
of visitors who are as enthralled with Leighton's
fascinating heritage as they are captivated by the
breathtaking beauty of their surroundings.
RSPB Bird Reserve:
The largest remaining reed bed in north-west England,
with shallow mere's and fringing sedge and woodland,
attracts a wonderful range of wildlife to Leighton
Moss. Among its special birds are breeding bitterns,
bearded tits and marsh harriers, with water rails
and pochards, and its mammals include roe and red
You can take your pick of long or short nature trails
- shorter ones are suitable for wheelchairs and
Of the five bird watching hides, four have wheelchair
access. Children, as well as adults, will enjoy
finding out more about the reserve from the imaginative
displays in the visitor centre.