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  • The Royal at Heysham
    Main Street, Heysham, Morecambe, LA3 2RN
  • Closure Notice

    From 11am on Saturday 21st March, we’re having to close our doors while the country faces the challenge of the coronavirus.

    We’re very sad about this but you can still plan your visit as we’re taking bookings for dates from 20th April. And for your peace of mind we are offering a no quibble refund for bookings up to 20th June if any dates change as a result of further guidance.

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If you’re looking for something cultural, pay a visit to the Morecambe Heritage Centre. The centre exhibits a collection of items from the days of Morecambe’s handsome contribution to the 20th century’s entertainment industry, as well as archaeological and architectural exhibits.

Feeling active and in good shape? Jump on your bike and cycle the Way of the Roses. This 170-mile cycling route will take you through stunning countryside scenery such as the Yorkshire Dales and the Forest of Bowland Area of Natural Beauty (AONB).

You can also stay active and get the adrenaline pumping with some sailing, windsurfing and kite surfing around the bay and explore the surrounding beaches from Morecambe bay sands and half moon bay beach.

The city of Lancaster is only a few miles from Morecambe, so if you feel like exploring further afield, get behind the wheel and make this short drive. While in the city, you can visit Lancaster Castle and Williamson Park. The castle dates back 1,000 years, and the park features the Ashton Memorial and also a Butterfly House.

You can bring the day to the perfect close with one of our refreshing ales and some of our gorgeous home-cooked grub back at the Royal at Heysham.