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Penny Street, Lancaster,, Morecambe,Lancashire LA1 1XT
Once a Corporation Toll House, this grand Grade II-listed townhouse has been re-born as an elegant and welcoming boutique hotel in historic Lancaster....
28 Market Street, Morecambe, LA1 1HT
The newly refurbished 1725 brings alive the charm of this 17th century building with 21st century decor.
Traditional Spanish tapas dishes are freshly...
14 Dalton Square, Morecambe, LA1 1PL
A brand new contemporary venue opening in September.
26-28 Church Street, Morecambe, LA1 1LH
Found just down the road from the Grand Theatre in central Lancaster, Bella Italia is an ideal pre-show restaurant. Offering superb value set menus...
3 Dalton Square, Lancaster, Morecambe,Lancashire LA1 1PP
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92 Main Road Slyne with Hest, Morecambe, LA2 6AZ
Slyne Lodge is a traditional 19th century, friendly village inn / hotel situated in the pretty village of Slyne-with-Hest, 2 miles north of the historical...
Forton nr Lancaster, Lancaster,Lancashire LA2 0HR
The Bay Horse is an ivy-clad, 18th-century, whitewashed pub in a pretty village in the scenic Trough of Bowland that lures drinkers and diners alike...
Kirkby Lonsdale Road, Arkholme, Carnforth,Lancashire LA6 1BQ
‘I think people are starting to learn about Lancashire’, says chef Rob Talbot – well, they will if he’s got anything to do with it. His charming 17th-century...