Welcome to The Berkeley B&B
Rest assured, you will always find a warm welcome at The Berkeley Licensed bed and breakfast on Morecambe's promenade. Under the personal supervision of Mal and Colette Neill since 2010, guests can enjoy this small family-run, family-friendly licensed guesthouse.
Ideally situated on the West Promenade with a fine panoramic view of Morecambe Bay and the Lakeland Hills and some of the best sunsets in the UK, The Berkeley B&B makes a superb base for exploring the Lake District as well as the city of Lancaster and Morecambe itself. Historic Lancaster is a short 10 minute drive away or quicker by train.
Personal care and consideration is given to ensure the highest standard of hospitality and accommodation. Excellent home-cooking from local produce is the basis to the preparation of our breakfasts, and the proprietors pride themselves on making your stay in Morecambe a memorable one.
All twelve bedrooms at The Berkeley B&B are en-suite with electric showers and the rooms are all centrally heated for your personal comfort. There are also freeview T.V.'s and coffee making facilities in each room. Family rooms are equipped with T.V./DVD combi's.
The Sunset Suite boasts a four poster bed and large bay window overlooking the sea.
The Berkeley B&B features a separate television lounge for guests use, with a large bay window overlooking Morecambe bay or why not try a drink in our attractive licensed bar with its selection of beers and spirits. Alternatively, try the night entertainment of Morecambe - keys are provided to the bedroom and front door so guests have access to the hotel at all times.
For our cyclist guests, we have secure storage facilities for your bikes.
- Sept 2013 - The Berkeley is proud to announce the receipt of a Silver Award from the Visit Britain Tourist Authority.
- May 2013 - We have just been awarded the Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence for 2013! Second year running.
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