Lancashire has famously breath-taking landscapes, rising in the north to the mountainous terrain of Cumbria and cut through with attractive river valleys such as that of the River Ribble. With so much on offer inland it can be easy to overlook the fact that Lancashire also has a most beautiful coastline which offers many opportunities for an enjoyable seaside holiday. There are numerous seaside resorts here such as Fleetwood, Morecambe and of course Blackpool, and choosing to stay at a Lancashire beach hotel will place you right next to the golden sands of this gorgeous coastline.
A Day Out with the Kids with Lancashire Beach Hotels
You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding on a suitable beach hotel in Lancashire, as there are just so many of them. You can however be certain that the one you end up with will be a family-friendly establishment, with a relaxed ambience that will make your kids feel right at home from the start. Many of them have dedicated play areas for younger children, kids' menus and other facilities aimed at youngsters. One invaluable service often offered by Lancashire beach hotels is childminding, so mum and dad can enjoy an evening to themselves occasionally! Beach hotels in Lancashire such as the Inglewood Seafront Hotel in Blackpool and St. Annes on Sea in Lytham St. Anne's provide you with every facility for a great family seaside break.
Beach Hotels in Lancashire for Sun, Sea and Sand
Lancashire can often be overlooked as a suitable destination for a seaside holiday, and people do tend to think more in terms of Cornwall and Devon when it comes to planning one. The Cornish Riviera is all very well, but spare a thought for Lancashire and its string of excellent seaside resorts like Blackpool and Southport, which excel in providing visitors with a great beach break and throwing in brilliant entertainment as well. If you feel like having a day trip from your beach hotel in Lancashire there are plenty of popular destinations within easy reach of the likes of Blackpool and Morecambe, including traditional market towns, castles and stately homes.