Morecambe Lodge Holiday homes information



Morecambe Bay Holiday homes at Morecambe Lodge At Morecambe Lodge there are 174 pitches with full services. We are open from 1st March to 30th November each year.


The services include: -

16 Amps electricity supply

Mains pressure water

Mains sewerage

Caravan Insurance is also available and competative

Flo Gas bottles can be exchanged on the Park.

We currently have no upper age for caravans on the Park provided they are looked after, the only limit is selling a caravan can take place upto 15 years old.

All caravans are flagged around, most having a patio; otherwise the Park is generally grass.

The aspect is West with great views Morecambe Bay and the Lake District with fabulous sunsets.

You can walk straight onto the beach from the Park through the farmyard shore gate.

The beach has several small car parks; below this there is a narrow shingle bank, which leads onto the salt marsh. This area is an S.S.S.I. (Site of Special Scientific Interest).

Beyond the salt marsh is the sands, which is an area of both hard and soft shifting sand.

There has recently been found a large number of spent 'Martini-Henry' ammunition, used for practice before heading to the Zulu wars, in particular 'Rorks Drift'.

Running through the car parks and salt marsh is one of the few public access points onto the sands. This is where horse drawn carriages used to cross to Grange before a metalled road went around the Bay, many were lost on the way. So now it's just the experts who go out, the Shrimpers, Cocklers and professionally led Cross Bay Walkers.

You can walk along the beach to the Hest Bank Hotel for a meal by the canal, or pick up a Chinese meal on the way back.


Amazing sunset view from caravans
In Bolton-le-Sands there are three pubs The Royal Hotel, The Packet Boat and The Blue Anchor. Next to the Post Office is an award winning Fish & Chip shop. There is also an Indian Restaurant 'The Far Pavilion' and a Chinese/Vietnamese 'Trungs'; both do take-away, also the recently opened 'Ricky's' Chinese Restaurant and take-away.

The historic city of Lancaster is 4 miles away, Morecambe 3 miles; Carnforth (the site of Brief Encounter) is 2 miles away.

Perhaps once you have taken in the views, watched the horses trotting on the beach, the shrimpers in the bay or even climbed (or rather walked up) Warton crag you may want to look at one of our beautiful Holiday Statics on display or for a larger selection ask for directions to one of our excellent Holiday Home suppliers.

Andrew, Julia and Guy will always be pleased to see you, being the third generation at Morecambe Lodge.


Static Pitch Prices 2017.

Pitch Fee - £2120.00 (inc VAT @ 20%)

Rates £181.00 (2016)
Electricity - Individually Metred and Billed Once per year in arrears

Wi-Fi is available unchanged at £80.00 + VAT for the year



Latest Holiday Park News


20th January 2017
The Park now has the last of the roads on the lower part of the Park resurfaced as well as the entrance - there's something really pleasing about new tarmac. The Bay Gateway is open, so...

27th March 2014
The Lancaster Canal Trust www.lancastercanaltrust.org.uk run trips on the canal from crooklands starting on Easter Sunday, there is no charge but they do ask for donations (gift aid applies) as...

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Holiday homes for sale



2017 Swift Bordeaux
Pitch:
C48

Size:
35x12

Bedrooms:
2 bed

Price:
£39,329.00


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