Balmoral Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

34 Marine Road West

Balmoral Guest House, Morecambe

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The Balmoral Guest House is a 3 star guest accommodation situated on the promenade overlooking Morecambe Bay. Balmoral is renowned for its superb sunsets against the mountains of the Lake District.

The Balmoral Guest House is a 3 star guest accommodation situated on Morecambe Promenade, overlooking Morecambe Bay, which is renowned for its superb sunsets against the Lake District Mountains. The guest house is open all year round and well established and family run, offering excellent cuisine and comfort; and is ideally located for all the amenities of the resort. The guest house is tastefully furnished throughout, with installed double glazing.

The thirteen bedrooms comprise of single, twin, double and family rooms; all have tea-making facilities and also have shaver points. If you?re feeling active, enjoy kite surfing and windsurfing at the beach just across the road. We are also opposite a large park complete with water features and children?s play area.

Happy Mount Park is just 2.5 miles away, complete with charming walks and trampolining as well as a splash fun area with water jets. There is also an indoor Pirate?s Adventure Play Park, ideal for children up to 12 years old. Most bedrooms are available with a shower and toilet ensuite.

Of course guests have access to our guest house at all times - there are no restrictions. Bedroom and front door keys are supplied to guests upon arrival. Our breakfasts are cooked fresh and within the guest house; and are given compliments on a daily basis! Free on road parking and wireless internet.

Please Note: Hen and Stags groups are not accepted.

 3 star rating

From: £27.00

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