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I had travelled 300 miles from Norwich to Lytham St Anne's on my own and was pleased to find a welcoming, traditional, seaside hotel that was welcoming and friendly and felt safe too. Lovely staff and equally lovely breakfasts.
Big quiet hotel . Rooms comfy nice bed TV good . Staff are good fun sea view this tis time food good bargain price . No probs
A pleasant stay, was there for bed and breakfast which was v good staff was friendly and helpful. would stay there again. only downside was i was disappointed we (fience) had to pay for the car park.
Really friendly, efficient check in. Everything explained well. lovely, comfortable quiet room. excellent lighting, comfy, warm bed. Super Wi Fi. Will definitely go again when in the area.
Lancashire has a reasonably equable climate throughout the year, and this combined with its attractive and varied landscapes and its many attractions makes it a popular visitor destination. The landscape has a great deal in common with the Lake District a little to the north and Yorkshire farther east, and there are many outdoor activities you can enjoy, from rock climbing to cycling, walking and windsurfing. Towns like Blackpool and Fleetwood are popular seaside resorts in the traditional mould, and the county capital of Lancaster is replete with colourful history and cultural attractions. Try staying at hotels with a pool in Lancashire on your next trip here, and treat yourself to a spot of luxury such as massages and hot tub treatments, which will really set the tone for a quality break.
A holiday can be completely transformed if you have a good indoor heated pool on the premises. Lancashire hotels with pools, such as Best Western Premier Hallmark Preston Leyland in Leyland and the grand Mercure Dunkenhalgh Blackburn in Accrington, offer guests full spa treatment facilities and you'll feel refreshed and renewed at the start of every day after a dip in the hotel pool. If you're in Lancashire with small kids they'll just adore having a pool on the premises, which will have the additional benefit of using up their excess energies and making them more pliable. Saunas, pools and hot tubs are essential trappings of real luxury breaks, and can lift your whole mood, to make your holiday that much more enjoyable.
Company representatives, in Lancashire for meetings and conferences for example, will be suitably appreciative when their firm books them in to a Lancashire hotel with a pool and spa facilities. Fitness rooms are invaluable for keeping both mind and body in peak condition, and essential to the overall wellbeing of professionals who need to be at their best in demanding situations. The food in hotels in Lancashire with pools also tends to be superior, so they make the perfect choice for demanding executives.