Things To Do
Morecambe Rooms is on the north-west tip of the Lancashire coast. It is in the centre of the popular coastal resort, over-looking magnificent Morecambe Bay, it is only 3 miles 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.
- The Lake District
- Leighton Hall
- Leighton Moss RSPB Bird Reserve
- Morecambe Golf Club
- Eric Morecambe
There is so much to see and do in Cumbria – the Lake District that you will find there just aren’t enough hours in the day or days in the week. 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 for everyone.
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.
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 Crown Hotel.
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.
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 deer.
You can take your pick of long or short nature trails – shorter ones are suitable for wheelchairs and pushchair’s.
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.
Morecambe Golf Club is a private members club situated on the north-west tip of the Lancashire coast. The course is just over a mile from the centre of the popular coastal resort of Morecambe, over-looking magnificent Morecambe Bay, and 3 miles from the historic city of Lancaster.
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!”