The resort of Morecambe lies on the North Lancashire coast and boasts unique sunsets and panoramas as you look out over the sweep of Morecambe Bay to the Lakeland hills beyond. The festival is located in the heart of central Morecambe, a short stroll to the promenade all the resorts amenities.
Morecambe is easily reached by Road, Rail, Bus & Coach, and as a seaside resort has plentiful accommodation available with a range of options all at competitive rates.
Morecambe is easily reached from Junction 34 of the M6, and via the new Bay Gateway which takes you direct to Morecambe avoiding Lancaster traffic. From the north, Junction 35 also provides an ideal direct route passing through Carnforth.
Lancaster Railway Station is served by the West Coast Mainline with regular direct mainline Virgin services from London and the south to Glasgow and the north. There is also the Leeds-Lancaster-Morecambe Railway which travels through some of Yorkshire and Lancashire's loveliest countryside. A regular service from Lancaster to Morecambe; runs on average every hour throughout the day. For further information call National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484950
By Bus and Coach
Lancaster Bus Station is a major interchange where national, regional and local connections are available. Major operators include Stagecoach and National Express, from Lancaster there are a variety of routes into Morecambe by bus with on average a bus every 15-20 minutes throughout the day. For further information contact Traveline on 0871 200 2233
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There is an excellent range of accommodation in Morecambe from Quality Inspected accommodation bookable via the Tourist Information Accommodation Hotline (small booking fee), To hotels to bed & breakfasts, caravan parks and self-catering converted barns and lodges.
You can search all your favourite websites for accommodation availability or for further help and support then contact the fab staff at the Visitor Information Centre.
An Accommodation Option
BBC Culture Show 2008
Architecture critic, Tom Dyckhoff shows us the newly-restored, art deco gem, The Midland Hotel in Morecambe and wonders if it'll will bring back the glamour.
Morecambe Resort Map