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Lancashire seaside hotel with view ‘you won’t regret’ among Britain’s best

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Introducing the list, the newspaper wrote: “Our writer charts the history of this homegrown tourism institution – and suggests the best of the modern bunch”.

A variety of hotels from across the UK feature in the list including The Midland Hotel in Morecambe.

You can see the full list of hotels and full review of the Morecambe hotel via The Telegraph website.

Lancashire Telegraph: The hotel has impressed visitors on TripadvisorThe hotel has impressed visitors on Tripadvisor (Image: Tripadvisor)

Find out more about the hotel, which has double rooms available from £113 for B&B, via the Inn Collection Group website.

What does The Telegraph say about The Midland Hotel?

The Telegraph describes The Midland Hotel as being “like a dazzling white ship”.

It says: “Curving gracefully around the promenade like a dazzling white ship, this art deco masterpiece was designed by the architect Oliver Hill, who commissioned sculptor Eric Gill and artist Eric Ravilious to create murals and carvings inside, with no expense spared.

“It opened in 1933, fell into dereliction over the subsequent decades but following a recent multi-million-pound restoration is now spick, span and standing proud.”

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It adds that paying for a sea view is worth it, saying: “Shell out for a sea-view – you won’t regret it.”

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The Midland Hotel is popular among visitors, earning it a 4.5/5 rating on Tripadvisor from 3,904 reviews.

One visitor said: “We treated ourselves to a two-night stay at The Midland for our 30th wedding anniversary and had a lovely time. The room was very comfortable and spacious with wonderful views over the bay.

“Delighted with our visit to a hotel we have wanted to visit since we saw it, pre-refurbishment, many years ago.”

Another said: “Excellent location spotlessly clean staff friendly breakfast was a good choice of hot and cold choices would definitely stay there again”.

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