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  • The Royal at Heysham
    Main Street, Heysham, Morecambe, LA3 2RN
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Local Area

Our door to the great outdoors.

Captivating coastlines, big open skies and fresh sea air; discover the very best of Heysham’s charm. Settle into the quiet village setting and take in spectacular sweeping landscapes with a visit to St Patrick’s Chapel or walk and cycle the impressive coastal routes or head over to the Isle of Man for the day. Enjoy the change of scenery and explore some of our favourite places and best things to do in the area.

St Patrick’s Chapel

St Patrick’s Chapel

A grade I listed building dating back to the 8th century. Explore the ruins including the south wall and doorway, long-and-short jambs, an arch with concentric groove and six rock-cut tombs and a separate group of two rock-cut tombs. The ruins are on the headland of Heysham with glorious surrounding panoramic views of Morecambe Bay.

Morecambe Heritage Centre

Morecambe Heritage Centre

Visit the Morecambe Heritage Centre hosting a great range of exhibits from Morecambe’s handsome contribution to the 20th century’s entertainment industry, as well as archaeological and architectural exhibits. Uncover are artefacts from the great mix of temporary and permanent exhibitions - there’s always something new.

Isle of Man

Isle of Man

Get out to sea and explore the Isle of Man for the day. Whether you’re passionate about history and culture, wildlife, sport, quality food or exploring the great outdoors, you’ll find the Isle of Man is packed to the brim. The Heysham-Douglas ferry route runs approximately 13 crossings per week with varying sail times depending on the ferry.

Coastal Headland Walk

Coastal Headland Walk

A popular walk across the headland of Heysham, making it perfect for all abilities. Take in the sweeping views across Morecambe Bay and Lake District hills in the distance. Explore Half Moon Bay’s long sandy stretch which is one of the cleanest in the North West and the rock pools. Why not dip your toes in the sea!

Way of The Roses

Way of The Roses

Whether starting or finishing at Heysham, this challenging 170-mile route crosses the breadth of both, Lancashire and Yorkshire, capturing the very best of the counties. Take in one of the most scenic countryside cycle routes in the country. You’ll head through spots of the Yorkshire Dales, the Forest of Bowland, an Area of Natural Beauty, and historic York.

Winter Gardens Theatre

Winter Gardens Theatre

A theatre full of heritage with it's breath-taking mosaic tiled floor and marble steps leading to the auditorium. Enjoy a brimming programme of events from musical shows, talk evenings and dramatic plays. Tours are available with backstage access, behind the scenes moments, and even the chance to stand on the iconic stage.

Happy Mount Park

Happy Mount Park

A family-friendly park for all ages. Wander through the ornamental gardens, woodland walk and habitat trail for a sense of exploration. For the kids, there is the unique outdoor natural adventure play area and splash park - May to September. The park also has a bowling green and hosts brass band concerts throughout the year.

The Bay Cycle Way

The Bay Cycle Way

Discover all of Morecambe Bay, with this crescent-shaped route, providing a gentle ride and great introduction to the area. It’s. It’s an all-day route, saddling 80 miles, with great stop-offs including; Seals at Walney, Conishead Priory, a Gothic revival country house, Pretty Cartmel (the home of sticky toffee pudding!) and RSPB’s wildlife haven at Leighton Moss. Peddle one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the UK.