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Excellent stay at Shipping Lanes Hotel very friendly owners True I and Alan welcoming and most helpful .Breakfast plenty of choice full English superb .evening meal simply Devine .rooms very clean and everything you needed. Lovely sea views ideal for travelling Cumbria and Lake District...More
Gorgeous little hotel right on the main coastal road. It's small in a cozy way and the owners are so friendly and accommodating. The parking is a bit of a pain as is behind the hotel but we were offered help to get our luggage...More
Wonderful location right on Morecambe Bay. Great room in the Hotel and fabulous breakfast. Trudi and Alan made us feel right at home. Our room was great and just what we were looking for. Would definitely recommend and stay there again.
Stayed here for one night this weekend. Room on third floor although we already knew this and it kept us fit! Hosts very friendly without being overbearing. Well located for a walk into Morecambe. Dog friendly and that's always a bonus. Room good and great...More
Tudi and Alan on hand to help with everything. Breakfast ordered night before and you can have it when ever time next morning. The bed was very comfy and you could just lay there watching the sunset on a beautiful summers evening, and you will...More
US$99 - US$104 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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It's in the street behind the hotel (back CarltonStreet) it will take at least 6 cars. It isn't directly behind the hotel but further South.
I found that I could usually park at the front, which was quite safe.