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Welcome to The Royal Hotel

Address: 27 Main Street, Carnforth, LA5 8DQ

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With free parking and Wi-Fi, The Royal Hotel is within a 25-minute drive of Kendal and the Lake District. In the village of Bolton-le-Sands, this Lancashire inn provides bed and breakfast and dining in a canal-side location, 4 miles from Morecambe. Each room has a flat-screen TV, desk and tea and coffee facilities. All rooms also have an en suite shower. This traditional inn has a large beer garden by the canal, and a sports bar showing the latest sporting events. There is an extensive restaurant menu with daily specials, and a large selection of cask ales and wines. The Royal Hotel is around 10 minutes’ drive from the Forest of Bowland, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The city of Lancaster is overlooked by a Norman castle and is a similar distance to the south.

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Lancaster and Morecambe College - University

Lancaster and Morecambe College - University

Distance 3.52 miles (5.63 km)
The Lancaster and Morecambe College is a higher education college in Lancaster, England that has been engaged in educating and training students for over 50 years. The College offers courses in animal care, art and design, beauty therapy, business, care and health, child education, computing and digital media, construction and engineering, foundation education, hairdressing, performance, music, film and television, public services, teacher training, and sport and tourism.

Lancaster Castle - Lancashire - Castle

Lancaster Castle - Lancashire - Castle

Distance 4.09 miles (6.54 km)
Lancaster Castle has dominated the town for almost 1000 years, but installations on the hill on which it stands goes back a thousand years further, almost to the birth of Christ. The Romans built the first of at least three military forts on the site in AD79. Little is known about Lancaster until 1093 when the Norman Baron, Roger of Poitou, built a small motte and bailey castle which was replaced 50 years later by a large stone Keep which still stands today as the oldest part of the Castle. Unfortunately, the Keep is part of the Castle which cannot be visited as it forms part of HM Prison Lancaster Castle. There are many things to see including where the Lancashire Witches were tried, beautiful Gillow furniture in the Grand Jury Room, the dungeons and drop room, hanging corner and the magnificent Shire Hall with its display of heraldic shields.

Lancaster University - University

Lancaster University - University

Distance 6.78 miles (10.84 km)
Lancaster University was founded in 1964 and is one of the world's leading research-led institutions. The University offers an extensive range of degree, master's and PhD level programmes that are recognised internationally. With around 11,000 students, which include over 1,500 international students from over 100 different countries, Lancaster is a diverse and welcoming environment for study. Lancaster University is set in 250 acres of parkland.