Lancashire is a popular holiday destination throughout the year. Visitors flock to this stunningly beautiful county in the northwest to discover and explore its historic towns, ancient ruined castles and abbeys and panoramic vistas. Many of the monuments which lie scattered across the countryside date back to the Romans and Normans, and towns like Lancaster are mentioned in the Domesday Book. There are loads of different types of accommodation here too, for all budgets and tastes. Choose from a great range of hotels, guesthouses and Lancashire bed and breakfast accommodation. From historic city centre hotels to B&Bs in the sticks, it's all here and it's all welcoming and comfortable.
Locate a Friendly Lancashire Bed & Breakfast
There are several distinct advantages to going for a bed and breakfast in Lancashire. Flexibility is up at the top for visitors who want to get out and about rather than sitting around their hotel, and there's the added advantage that you can find these establishments right across Lancashire. Whether you're interested in visiting Blackpool or the Ribble Valley, you're certain to find B&B accommodation there. These are very comfortable, often family-run and offer all and sundry a heart Lancashire welcome. Lancashire folk are famously friendly, and you'll have no trouble fitting in and learning the odd thing or two about the local area, and there's nothing like a full English breakfast to set you up for the day.
Enjoy Your Break at a Lancashire Bed and Breakfast Hotel
The landscapes of Lancashire are very similar to those of Yorkshire over to the east and Cumbria to the north. People come to this region to enjoy fresh air and the magnificent views. Walking and rambling are immensely popular, and there are water sports available along the coast, in seaside resorts such as Southport and Blackpool. Staying at one of the numerous Lancashire bed and breakfast establishments allows you the flexibility to explore the county and its attractions at your own pace and arrange your days as you see fit. Whether you're coming here on your own or with the family, there's always plenty to see and do.