The seaside has inspired some of the best wedding themes we have seen here at English Lakes. It allows couples to get creative, bringing the beach indoors using shells, sand or pebbles to decorate your wedding ceremony or wedding reception tables to bring the beach theme to your day. The Art Deco Midland Hotel, curving gracefully along the coast, located in the English Seaside town of Morecambe is the perfect venue to host your seaside themed wedding, especially if you want to mix it with 1920’s vintage – the British Seaside heyday.
If you are on the hunt for seaside inspiration, we have put together some quirky ideas which we have seen on Pinterest. Got any more ideas? Let us know in the comments below. Continue reading
Tim Bell, General Manager at Lancaster House tells us why Laurent-Perrier will always sit proud in the English Lakes wine list.
Winston Churchill said of it:
“In success you deserve it, and in defeat you need it”.
Virtually every leading celebrity will have been photographed drinking it. Here in Britain, we can’t get enough if it, drinking more than any other country in the world outside France, consuming a whopping 30.8 million bottles in 2013. Champagne is still the definitive sparkling wine, the product we all aspire to and wish to consume when we want to mark something special becoming synonymous with ‘celebration’. Continue reading
Traditionally the weather-obsessed Brits have chosen Summer as the time for tying the knot. However, there is a growing trend for a cosy intimate winter weddings. There’s a number of good reasons for this, here are our top ten. Continue reading
Thousands of people flocked to sunny Morecambe this weekend (6th and 7th September 2014) for the second Vintage By The Sea festival hosted in and around The Midland hotel.
The seafront area was transformed into a celebration of all things vintage including music, fashion, dance, craft and food. Here is a selection of our favourite moments from the weekend as shared by Twitter users… Continue reading
If you have a food intolerance or specific dietary requirements, it can make travelling a trial; especially if you are giving control of food preparation to someone you’ve never met. At worst, it can render you ill and unable to enjoy your holiday or cause you to miss an important business meeting or conference.
Here at English Lakes, the importance of getting it right for guests with specific dietary requirements has been championed by our Commercial Director, David Neale, who himself is Coeliac.
There is so much to see and do in and around Lancaster. If you are planning on visiting this beautiful part of North Lancashire this summer, check out our top picks that the whole family will enjoy and a special family offer for Lancaster House Hotel.
Panorama of Lancaster
Reading through the book ‘The Midland Hotel, Morecambe’s White Hope’, I was intrigued by a selection of signatures from the 1950s Visitors Book. Some of the personalities I had heard or seen on radio and television, some of the names were vaguely familiar and there were some I knew nothing about. Intrigued, I took a closer look at some of The Midland’s famous footfall and was amazed to find international leading lights of their time in music, film, comedy, dance and politics.
English: Midland Hotel, Morecambe, in evening sunlight. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)