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Here's lots of places to go and things to do in Lancaster & Morecambe and the beautiful surrounding area.

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Church Street Chop House & Coffee Shop

74, Church Street, Lancaster, LA1 1ET. Tel.: 01524 844451. The Chop House is a restaurant with a relaxed traditional feel, specialising in great steak and fabulous wine all at very reasonable prices. 

Blue Moon Restaurant

6 Rosemary Lane, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA1 1NR. Phone: 01524 381 111. Blue Moon Restaurant is a refreshingly modern Thai restaurant located in Lancaster. 

Heysham Heritage Centre

Main Street, Heysham, Morecambe, Lancashire LA3 2RW. Tel: 01524 853465. The Centre was opened in 2000, and has been visited by over 100,000 people, exceeding all initial expectations. It is run entirely by dedicated volunteers from Heysham Heritage Association. 

St Peters Roman Catholic Cathedral

Cathedral House, Balmoral Road, Lancaster, Lancs LA1 3BT, UK. Phone: 01524 384820. The mother church of the Diocese of Lancaster, home to Catholics living between Preston and Carlisle. 

Carnforth Station Heritage Centre

John Adams, Centre Manager, The Heritage Centre, Carnforth Station, Warton Road, Carnforth, Lancashire LA5 9TR. Tel: 01524 735165. The award-winning Heritage Centre opened in October 2003 after an extensive restoration programme, and is located within a busy working railway station. 

Lancaster Brewery

Lancaster Brewery, Lancaster Leisure Park, Wyresdale Road, Lancaster LA1 3LA. Tel: +44 (0)1524 848537 Lancaster Brewery is one of the largest micro breweries in the North West of England. 

J Atkinson & Co, Tea & Coffee Merchants

China St, Lancaster LA1 1EX. Tel: 01524 65470. A traditional tea and coffee specialist shop founded in 1837 — the year of Queen Victoria’s accession. Atkinson’s supply many of Lancaster’s cafes with their tea and coffee. 

South Lakeland Leisure Village

Borwick, Near Carnforth, LA6 1BH. Tel: 01524 730823. Luxurious holiday lodges set around a picturesque lake in 43 acres of beautifully maintained grounds. It is accredited as a Visit Britain 5 Star Park and is the ideal base for you and your family. 

Crook O'Lune Holiday Park

Caton Road, Caton, Nr Lancaster, LA2 9HP. Tel:01524 770216. Set in a beautiful location beside the River Lune within the grounds of a manor house, Crook O’Lune Holiday Park provides the perfect location for a relaxing holiday. 

Nip Hill Self-Catering - Castle Hill

Nip Hill, Lancaster, LA1 1WF. Tel: 01524 382447. Self-contained and fully modernised, our (top floor) flat in Lancaster's historic Castle district sleeps 2-3 and is cosy, quirky and comfortable. 

The Wagon & Horses

27 St. Georges Quay, Lancaster, LA1 1RD. Tel: 01524 846094. Overlooking the River Lune on the quayside below Lancaster Castle, this traditional pub and B&B serves serves home-cooked food made from local ingredients. Our six lovely, cosy rooms are the perfect place to stay. 

The Old Station House Bed & Breakfast

25 Meeting House Lane, Lancaster, LA1 1TX. Tel: 01524 381060. In the centre of Lancaster, just 3 minutes walk of the castle and the Priory. We are 1 minute from the train station. We have been awarded four stars by the British Tourist Board. 

The Shakespeare

96 St. Leonards Gate, Lancaster, LA1 1NN. Tel: 07855 245061. Close to the heart of Lancaster's City Centre, the historic Shakespeare offers 2 single, 2 twin and 4 double rooms at prices from £35 per person per night. All rooms are ensuite.  

Travelodge Lancaster M6

Moto Service Area M6 Motorway, Northbound J32/33, White Carr Lane, Bay Horse, Lancaster, LA2 9DU. Tel: 0871 984 6154. Situated on a motorway service station just 6 miles from the town centre and Lancaster train station. 

Travelodge Lancaster Central Hotel

King Street, Lancaster, LA1 1RE. Tel: 0871 984 6453. This city centre hotel is the ideal place to stay in this popular university town, just a 10 minute walk from the train station and Lancaster Castle, and on the main bus route.  

The Sun Hotel

63 Church Street, Lancaster, LA1 1ET. Tel: 01524 66006. This major refurbishment of a 17th Century coaching inn has resulted in the offering of 15 contemporary, luxury en-suite hotel rooms. Award winning bar / restaurant with locally sourced food and a tremendous array of beers and wines. 

The Royal King's Arms Hotel

75 Market St, Lancaster, LA1 1HP. Tel: 0843 178 7161. The Royal Kings Arms Hotel stands in the shadows of Lancaster Castle in the heart of Lancaster, one of England’s most historical cities. This traditional and elegant hotel offers 55 comfortable en-suite bedrooms. 

The Royal Hotel (Latino's)

6 Thurnham Street, Lancaster, LA1 1YD. Tel: 01524 65007. This Hotel Situated in Lancaster City Centre has been recently refurbished with modern spacious en-suite bedrooms and fitted with secondary double glazing. Located above Lancaster's best known Tapas Bar (Latinos). 

Premier Inn, Lancaster

Lancaster Business Park, Caton Road, Lancaster. LA1 3PE. Tel: 0871 527 8576. In a super spot for your stay near the red rose city, the Premier Inn Hotel Lancaster makes it easy to shoot straight into the city or branch out to the coast and country.  

Lancaster Town House

11-12 Newton Terrace, Caton Road, Lancaster, LA1 3PB. Tel: 01524 65527. Popular, non-smoking, 3 star bed and breakfast guest house with offroad parking, situated within convenient walking distance of the town centre of historic Lancaster and only one straight mile from the M6 motorway. 

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