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Situated in Lancaster, this inn is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from The Dukes and 3 mi (4.8 km) from Lancaster University. St John's Historic Church and Grand Theater are ...
£46 per night for 2 guestsThe Royal Hotel and Bar£46
Situated in Lancaster, this apartment is close to Grand Theater, St John's Historic Church and The Dukes. Also nearby are Lancaster Maritime Museum and Judges' ...
Lancaster City ApartmentGet Rates
Situated in Lancaster, this cottage is close to Lancaster Maritime Museum, Church of St Mary and Lancaster Castle. Also nearby are Judges' Lodgings and Cottage ...
£237 per night for 2 guestsDodshon Place£237
Situated on the waterfront, this historic holiday home is close to Lancaster Maritime Museum, Church of St Mary and Judges' Lodgings. Also nearby are Lancaster ...
The Little Crooked House on Lancaster City QuayGet Rates
Lancaster is a small town if you compare it with the likes of Manchester Liverpool, but its history is an equally impressive one. It was in fact named by the Romans, who had a camp on the Lune River, and was originally fortified. Thriving on the later slave trade, it became an important port, and today Lancaster still has a lively cultural life and a university. The town's many attractions include its castle, last expanded in the 16th Century, and the Shire Hall with its display of 600 heraldic shields. There are many Lancashire hotels, guesthouses and B&Bs here to stay at whilst you explore this interesting old town. The 14th-century choir stalls and original Saxon doorway in the priory church of St. Mary should also not be missed.
Book in to a hotel in Lancashire anywhere close to the county town of Lancaster and you'll have ready access to a great choice of shopping opportunities and a buzzing nightlife. The presence of a university virtually guarantees the latter, and if you want to delve deeper into the area's history you can drop in to the City Museum. It's based in the old town hall, and along with the nearby Maritime Museum showcases all aspects of the town's shore-based past. Lancaster is also famous for its Lune Aqueduct, held aloft over the River Lune on five magnificent arches.
Lancashire is often regarded as a means of getting to the Lake District from regions further south, but it does in fact have many fabulous attractions of its own. These include great historic towns such as Lancaster, as well as varied landscapes as impressive as any, and entertainment centres like Blackpool. It's a county with a long and exciting history, from the Romans to the Industrial Revolution, and when you book in to a hotel in Lancashire, or one of the many available guesthouses or B&Bs, you'll have a most refreshing holiday here.