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The countryside around Morecambe Bay is quite spectacular - as you'll see the Lune Valley from the air! Below are some links for things to do and places to stay in the area - plus some other interesting sites to visit. - shows you a selection of B&B hotel and guest houses close to MossEdge Farm LA2 0ER.

Click here to see the Wooden Car at Dinosaur Joinery! Of course, there are cheaper ways to get airborne... Helicopter pleasure flights in the area £397/hr The facts about Carb' Icing Fly to France

...and after seeing the Lune Valley in front of you and Morecambe Bay behind you from the air, why not visit there for a tour of the valley?

Farm Yard Ales tap-room The only airstrip with a brewery, take a look. Farm Yard Ales


Stork Inn Hotel
The Stork is a delightful traditional English Country Inn and B and B, situated in the picturesque hamlet of Conder Green. 3½ miles from Lancaster with its castles & museums and located on the estuary of the River Lune where it meets the River Conder.Tel: 01524 751234 .


Thurnham Hall is a 12th Century country house with a beautiful Jacobean Hall and is just 15 minutes away from the airstrip. Thurnham, Lancaster, LA2 0DT. Tel. 01524 751766 Catering by the Stork Inn Codor Green.

Thurnham Mill is a Paul Hurst Hotel and has just been refurbished. Great for children and eating outside, it is right by the canal, great for taking a walk. Condor Green, Lancaster, LA2 0BD. Tel. 01524 752852

Knott End ferry
A boat ride to Fleetwood for £2 each way

Be sure of last ride back for your car.

Old Holly Barn Coolcow Ice cream

Our Ice cream is made on the farm by Angela, under the brand CoolCow. Angela uses the Old Holly cows milk to make the 22 fantastic flavours available to try in our farm shop!

Not only do we sell Ice cream in cones to enjoy straight away, but we now sell 1litre tubs of all your favourite flavours

so you can enjoy our Ice Cream at homecafe picture

The Priory
Great place at the edge of the Forest of Bowland, near Garstang. Good for walkers and cyclists.
The Square, Scorton, PR3 1AU. Tel. 01524 791255

The Barn
A favorite place for a fresh scone and good food. They have a gift shop, plant centre and a garden to look around. Well worth a visit.
Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday are BBQ nights.
The Square, Scorton, PR3 1AU. Tel. 01524 793533 Both our holiday cottages are spacious, thoughtfully renovated and are furnished,

and equipped through out to a very high standard.

Angels Restaurant ,Is in the Ribble Valley, there are loads of fine hostelries and tea-rooms - such as The Carmen Rose (tea-room), Huntley's of Samlesbury (postcode PR5 0UN - tearoom/restaurant and a whole lot more), Bashall Barn Food Visitor Centre, Parkers Arms Inn, Samlesbury Hall, The Longridge Restaurant, The Red Pump Inn and Northcote.

Manor Inn Located within 30 - 40 mins walk of Moss Edge Farm and situated in the village of Cockerham, on bus route, No89 (9am-11pm,every2hrs) . 1 Main Street, Cockerham, LA2 0EF. Tel. 01524 791252.

In Lancaster & Morecambe, there is a wide selection of eateries, catering for every taste and pocket. There are Chinese, Indian, French, Italian, Thai, Mexican, Japanese and traditional English restaurants all easily available from the city centre. For a good list of restaurants, click here .

There are also many pubs in Lancaster, including a "canal side bar" and more old fashioned pubs with regular live music. For more, click here.

Patty's Farm Barn

If you are looking for Four Star Quality accommodation just south of Lancaster England look no further than,
Patty's Barn is a collection of restored self catering accommodation apartments finished to the highest standards and located off Junction 33 of the M6 Motorway just south of the historic city of Lancaster and convenient for Lancaster University.

Also home of the The Black Knight Parachute Centre

Longlands Hotel, Inn & Restaurant near Carnforth, Lancs

Midland Hotel, Art Deco Architecture

Morecambe’s heyday was in the early part of the last century with investment being poured in during the 1930s, the lucky result being the Art Deco influence to the architecture. Look above the shopfronts as you walk around and you will see countless examples. If you’re a real fan, the art deco walks show you the examples you might otherwise miss right down to the art deco ‘public conveniences.’The Midland - Iconic Art Deco Hotel


Poulton is the original fishing village that existed long before the birth of Morecambe. Currently the focus of a regeneration campaign, it is a quaint place to wander around with dramatic murals based on a fishing theme that have been created in a project between local artists and the community.


The epitome of an English village. Take a walk past the old smuggling cottages down to Half Moon Bay. St Patrick’s chapel stands on a rocky crag, overlooking the bay and dates from around 750AD. Next to it are 8 rock hewn graves dating from a similar period and an ancient burial ground in which 85 sets of bones were found. This whole area is now owned by the National Trust. Stop at a coffee shop or lunch in the 16th century pub.

Sunderland Point

A single-track road leads to what was once a busy 18th century port with ships docking from America and the West Indies. Just a hamlet now, it is best known for Sambo’s grave , a tribute to an African slave who died on arrival at Sunderland Point. It is now lovingly tended by locals and their children who bring flowers and painted stones.

Check the tides before you set out because the road is cut off twice a day

Tarn Farm ,the farm storage, not recommended.

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