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Morecambe Bay Towns and Villages

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Number of results: 11

  1. Add Borwick to your Itinerary

    Borwick

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    Carnforth

    Borwick village is situated close to the Cumbrian border, two miles from Junction 35 on the M6 and close to Lancaster. Its main attraction is Borwick Hall, a beautiful 16thC Manor House set in 18 acres of grounds amid open countryside.

  2. Add Fleetwood to your Itinerary

    Fleetwood

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    Coastal

    The Esplanade, Fleetwood

    Fleetwood on the Lancashire coast is a thriving seaside resort and busy port with a traditional pier, a beautiful yacht marina and a promenade packed full of attractions.

  3. Add Glasson to your Itinerary

    Glasson

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    Coastal

    Lancaster

    Once the largest port in the North west, now a quiet village and marina, Glasson dock still handles over 150,000 tonnes of cargo annually

  4. Add Morecambe to your Itinerary

    Morecambe

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    Coastal

    Morecambe

    Traditional seaside town, with five miles of flat promenade ideal for walking or cycling. Visit the statue of Eric Morecambe, Don't miss the Art Deco Midland Hotel, refurbished to a high order, or stroll along the nearby Stone Jetty.

  5. Add Carnforth to your Itinerary

    Carnforth

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    Countryside

    Carnforth

    Carnforth is at the meeting point of three railways, once had two steam sheds and an iron works. The station was used for the famous film Brief Encounter. There's an exhibition, restored tearoom and items featured in the film.

  6. Add Overton to your Itinerary

    Overton

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    Village

    Morecambe

    Overton is a historic fishing village, once the site of a Roman settlement, from which a one mile tidal road runst o the ancient Port of Sunderland, once a staging post for Lancaster.

  7. Add Warton to your Itinerary

    Warton

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    Village

    Warton is where a branch of the Washington family from County Durham came to live in the mid 13th Century Their Coat of Arms, now located inside the church tower, is said to have inspired the design of the flag of the USA

  8. Add Arnside & Silverdale to your Itinerary

    Arnside & Silverdale

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    Countryside

    Carnforth

    Arnside and Silverdale offer country walks, views and scenery of all kinds. Seaside views, a ruined castle, unparallelled artists opportunuties and an RSPB reserve at Leighton Moss. Look for Silverdale Art Trail, 29th June to 1st July 2012.

  9. Add Slyne to your Itinerary

    Slyne

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    Village

    The village of Slyne offers a truly historical experiences for all those interested. The village features several beautiful houses, such as Manor House Farm, which has a date stone of 1681, dedicated to Cornelius and Mary Greene, two wealthy...

  10. Add Heysham to your Itinerary

    Heysham

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    Coastal

    Morecambe

    The ancient village of Heysham is famous for 14/15thC St Peter's Church and also the ruined St Patrick's Chapel, on the clifftops, which has graves cut into the outcropping stone. In the village the Royal is a friendly pub serving drinks and meals

  11. Add Yealand Conyers to your Itinerary

    Yealand Conyers

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    Countryside

    Yealand Conyers is a tranquil village with local walks affording impressive views of Morecambe Bay, the Lakeland Fells and Pennines. Leighton Hall, with its origins dating back to 1246 is close by and the village also has a traditional pub.

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