Holiday Accommodation & Location Details
An unmissable break awaits you at this prime family park. There is a magnificent club complex and indoor swimming pool on top of Hollywood cabaret, lounge bar, and disco. Regent Leisure Park is truly fit for kings – it’s not just a clever name. It’s only a slight stroll from Morecambe’s delightful promenade and well within spitting distance of historic Lancaster, with its Maritime Museum, castle, shopping centre and theatre not to mention the breathtaking countryside of the Lake District. All in all, a spectacular selection of things to do that you’ll never ever tire of.
The high-end facilities here include an all-weather multi-sports court, Sportsman Lounge Pool table, Indoor heated pool, Arcade, Children’s disco, Outdoor play area, launderette, Rascals children’s adventure land, Shop, takeaway and bar meals, Hollywood cabaret, disco and bar, bingo and competitions.
Regent Leisure Park patrons should be made aware that certain attractions hereabouts are purely seasonal and will be shut during the colder months. Some extra fees apply for certain of these draws, so please bear this in mind. Kids’ entertainment during high season, for example, goes on for 6 days a week, but is less frequent at other periods.
The accommodations here at Regents Leisure Park boast the following assets: 12-foot width and two bedrooms, Kitchen, No all-male or all-female parties under 25, Shower, Gas and electricity included, Travel cots and highchairs £14pw each, Bed linen and duvets, TV, and pets allowed for a small extra fee.
Of the numerous attractions very local to this accommodation choice, the finest must be Lancaster Castle (2.5 miles away), where the infamous Pendle Witches were tried and executed; Lakeland Motor Museum’s 30,000 vehicular exhibits beautifully situated in old-world shire horse stables and many other Northern English draws that will have you spinning out with delight. As soon as your holiday finishes you’ll want to come back and have yourself a brilliant time of it all over again. Regents Leisure Park is where it’s at.