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Commanding breathtaking views over the Ribble Valley, Beacon Fell View is set in 35 acres of beautiful landscaped parkland.
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Situated in a rural location within the stunning Ribble Valley with its rolling countryside that provide numerous walks and amazing cycle tracks, this really is a paradise for those that enjoy the outdoors.
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This tranquil park delivers the most relaxing setting and whilst overlooking the beautiful lake it will have you chilled out in no time.
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Hambleton Lakeside Lodges is a new addition to the Evermore collection for 2022, these stunning new lodges are all wrapped around small lakes.
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Welcome to Ocean Edge Holiday Park. This inviting destination is the epitome of a family getaway, where the sea meets comfort and adventure.
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Nestling in idyllic Fylde countryside adjacent to a beautiful lake, these perfectly positioned lodges offer relaxing, rural tranquility with your own outdoor hot tub.
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Ribble Valley View is set in idyllic surroundings overlooking the rolling fields of the owners working dairy farm and offers an excellent base to explore Lancashire, North Yorkshire and beyond.
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Ribblesdale Lodges

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Ribblesdale Lodges is a stunning cluster of superior lodges and cottages in the grounds of the magnificent Grade 1 listed Gisburn Park Estate.
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Situated just a ten minute drive from the popular seaside town of Southport, lies Riverside holiday park.
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Todber Valley Holiday Park, situated in the picturesque countryside of Lancashire, offers a serene getaway with a variety of facilities tailored for families and individuals seeking a balance of relaxation and activity.
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Lancashire Visitor's Guide

Embark on a journey to Lancashire, a gem in the heart of the UK, brimming with vibrant culture and scenic landscapes. Savour the famous Lancashire hotpot or indulge in a butter pie after a day of windswept walks on the moors or surfing at Blackpool. Thrill-seekers can hit the rollercoasters, while serene nature trails await those craving tranquillity. Lancashire's textile industry once clothed the empire, and its mills now stand as monuments to a bygone era. For a cosy retreat, whether it's a couple's escape, a family quest, or a mates' reunion, lodging in a cabin here is unbeatable.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in Lancashire?

Lancashire, with its rolling hills and coastal charm, offers a refreshing alternative to the usual city breaks. In 2024, the county is buzzing with new attractions and events. The Lancashire Food Festival and the Lytham Proms are set to draw crowds with their vibrant celebrations of local culture and music. Choosing a lodge over a hotel means you're signing up for a slice of tranquillity, often with the countryside right on your doorstep. It's the personal touches that make lodges stand out, like a hot tub under the stars or a wood burner for cosy evenings. Lancashire's uniqueness lies in its blend of coastal towns like Lytham St Annes, the historic city of Lancaster, and the rugged beauty of the Forest of Bowland.

If you're visiting Lancashire with kids

Absolutely, Lancashire's a hit with the little ones. There's loads to keep them entertained, from Blackpool's iconic Pleasure Beach to the hands-on fun at the Lancashire Science Festival. Lodges offer families space to spread out, often with gardens for kids to play in. They're a home away from home, with self-catering facilities that make managing meals and snacks a breeze.

  1. Comfortable walking shoes for exploring
  2. Waterproofs – the weather can be unpredictable
  3. Swimwear for the beach or lodge pool
  4. Sunscreen and hats for sunny days
  5. Backpacks for day trips
  6. Favorite toys or games for quiet evenings
  7. Camera or smartphone for capturing memories

Pet Friendly Lancashire Adventures

Lancashire is a playground for pets, with many lodges welcoming furry friends. You'll find dog-friendly spots like The Golden Ball of Longton, where pets are as pampered as their owners. For a day out, The Spread Eagle in Sawley invites dogs to relax by the fire after a long walk. When booking, look for lodges with enclosed gardens to give your dog a safe space to roam. Always keep a lead handy, as some areas require dogs to be on-lead, especially in the countryside during lambing season.

Dog walking ideas in Lancashire

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Beacon Fell Country Park 2.5 Woodland & Fell PR3 2NL
Lancaster Canal Walk Varies Canal & Countryside LA1 1AJ
Lytham St Annes Beach 3 Coastal & Dunes FY8 1LZ
Forest of Bowland Trails Varies Forest & Hills BB7 3AA
Rivington Pike 4 Reservoir & Woodland BL6 7SB

Remember, always check the latest guidelines for dog walkers and respect the local wildlife and livestock. Happy trails!

Romantic Breaks for Couples

Lancashire, with its charming countryside and serene coastlines, is a prime spot for couples seeking a romantic getaway. Lodges in Lancashire often come with the luxury of private hot tubs, perfect for unwinding under the stars with a glass of bubbly. For an extra touch of romance, look for lodges that offer pamper packs, complete with chocolates and prosecco. The Woodland Spa in Burnley provides couples with a tranquil spa experience, while dining out at places like The Cartford Inn in Little Eccleston offers an intimate setting with gourmet meals. Whether it's a special occasion or just a weekend away from the hustle, Lancashire's lodges cater to lovebirds looking for that perfect retreat.

Local Cuisine and Dining Experiences

Lancashire's local cuisine is hearty and flavourful, with the Lancashire hotpot standing as a testament to the region's love for comforting food. For a taste of tradition, head to The Parkers Arms in Clitheroe, where the hotpot is a must-try. Families will appreciate the welcoming atmosphere of The Assheton Arms in Downham, which serves up delicious dishes in a kid-friendly environment. Couples might prefer the intimate and refined setting of Northcote in Langho, where Michelin-starred dining awaits. Whatever your preference, Lancashire's dining scene won't disappoint.

For a good night out

When the sun sets, Lancashire comes alive with a variety of nighttime options. For a laid-back evening, hit the local pubs like The Ferret in Preston for live music and a great selection of ales. If you're after a more vibrant scene, check out The Syndicate Superclub in Blackpool, known for its electric atmosphere. And for something a bit different, The Grand Theatre in Lancaster offers an array of performances, from plays to concerts, perfect for a cultured night out.

Fishing

Anglers will find plenty of fishing opportunities in Lancashire. Here's a list of some of the main fishing lakes or facilities:

  • Wyreside Lakes - LA2 9DG
  • Cleveley Bridge Fisheries - PR3 1BY
  • Borwick Fishing - LA6 1JU
  • Bank House Fly Fishery - LA2 9HX
  • Forest View Fisheries - PR3 6TQ

These spots offer a range of environments from serene lakes to flowing rivers, catering to all fishing preferences.

Outdoor Adventures

For adrenaline junkies, Lancashire has plenty to offer. Impact Blackpool provides an array of activities from paintball to archery, with prices starting around £25 per person. Watersports enthusiasts can head to Brockholes Nature Reserve, where canoeing and kayaking are popular during the spring and summer months. Seasonal opening times vary, so it's best to check ahead, but generally, the warmer months offer the most options for outdoor fun.

Shopping and Souvenirs

Name Type On Offer Postcode
Heskin Farmers Market & Craft Centre Local Crafts & Produce Artisan foods, handmade gifts PR7 5PA
Bond Street Shopping Centre Shopping Centre High street brands, eateries PR5 4AW
Bygone Times Antiques & Collectibles Vintage items, memorabilia PR7 5TZ
Oswaldtwistle Mills Shopping Village Designer outlets, homeware BB5 3DE
The Rock Bury Shopping & Leisure Fashion, cinema, dining BL9 0JY

Whether you're after designer brands or unique local crafts, Lancashire's shopping venues have got you covered for all your souvenir needs.


Top lodge breaks for 2024 in Lancashire

Beacon Fell View, Lancashire

Driving Distance: About 9 minutes | Sleeps: 4 | Pet friendly? No

What to expect: Beacon Fell View offers a serene escape with stunning views over the Ribble Valley, set within 35 acres of parkland, featuring an indoor heated pool, entertainment, and no pets allowed for a tranquil atmosphere.

Who will love these lodges? Families and couples seeking a scenic getaway will adore Beacon Fell View. With its family-friendly facilities, including a children’s play area and a family club room with entertainment, it's perfect for those looking to relax and keep the kids entertained. The absence of pets ensures a peaceful retreat for all guests.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Onsite, guests can enjoy the indoor pool, play table tennis, or try their hand at crazy golf. For dining, the bar/lounge opens in May, offering a place to unwind. Nearby, the Forest of Bowland and Yorkshire Dales provide ample outdoor activities.

What's nearby? The lodge is conveniently located for visiting Blackpool (approx. 40 minutes drive), the Lake District, and the Yorkshire Dales. Local attractions include the historic town of Clitheroe and its castle, with entry fees varying by attraction.

Accommodation options: Beacon Fell View offers a range of accommodations, including modern lodges with central heating and cottages with fully equipped kitchens. Ideal for groups or families up to 4, the lodges provide a cosy and comfortable stay with options for those seeking a hot tub experience.


Ribble Valley View, Lancashire

Driving Distance: About 20 minutes | Sleeps: 4 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Ribble Valley View offers a tranquil retreat on a working dairy farm, with contemporary lodges, no hot tubs, and pet-friendly options, set amid the picturesque Ribble Valley and the Forest of Bowland.

Who will love these lodges? Nature enthusiasts and those with pets will find Ribble Valley View ideal. Its location provides a peaceful base for exploring the countryside, and the pet-friendly lodges mean your furry friends can join the adventure.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The lodges offer a relaxing setting with decking for al fresco dining. While there are no onsite entertainment facilities, the surrounding area is rich in natural beauty for walking and cycling.

What's nearby? The Forest of Bowland is close by for outdoor activities (driving time varies). Nearby market towns and villages offer local eateries and pubs, with prices to suit all budgets.

Accommodation options: Accommodations include comfortable lodges with modern amenities, catering to families and groups of 4. Pet-friendly options are available, ensuring your pets can enjoy the holiday too.


Bowland Escapes, Lancashire

Driving Distance: About 25 minutes | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? Yes

What to expect: Bowland Escapes is nestled in the Ribble Valley, offering a rural paradise with woodland lodges, no hot tubs, and pet-friendly options, adjacent to the Bowland Wild Boar and Animal Park.

Who will love these lodges? Families and outdoor enthusiasts will be drawn to Bowland Escapes. The proximity to the animal park makes it a hit with children, while the rural setting is perfect for those looking to explore the countryside.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? Guests can visit the adjacent animal park with family passes available. The lodges themselves offer a tranquil environment with wood-burning stoves and comfortable seating on the decked areas.

What's nearby? Chipping village is just 2.5 miles away, while Clitheroe is 9 miles, offering shops and eateries. The Yorkshire Dales and Blackpool's coast are also within reach for day trips (driving times vary).

Accommodation options: The lodges cater to groups and families of up to 6, with luxurious bathrooms, well-equipped kitchens, and pet-friendly options for those bringing along their pets.


Ream Hills Holiday Park, Lancashire

Driving Distance: About 28 minutes | Sleeps: 6 | Pet friendly? No

What to expect: Ream Hills Holiday Park is a lakeside haven with luxury log cabins, including hot tubs, offering a peaceful countryside setting just a short drive from Blackpool.

Who will love these lodges? Those looking for a mix of rural tranquillity and proximity to Blackpool's attractions will find Ream Hills ideal. The luxury cabins with hot tubs are perfect for romantic getaways or family breaks.

What can you do here? Anything onsite? The highlight is the outdoor hot tubs for a relaxing soak with views of the idyllic Fylde countryside. The lake offers a picturesque setting for walks and relaxation.

What's nearby? Blackpool, with its famous Pleasure Beach and Tower, is just 4 miles away, providing entertainment for all ages (entry fees apply).

Accommodation options: Ream Hills offers a range of luxury log cabins, including options for larger groups of up to 16. The cabins are well-appointed with modern amenities, and many feature hot tubs for an indulgent stay.


Don't Miss These Fantastic Days Out In Lancashire

Blackpool Pleasure Beach

  • Opening Times: Varies seasonally, check the website for details
  • Prices: Prices vary; online discounts available
  • Postcode: FY4 1EZ
  • Est. time required: Full day
  • Nearest parking: On-site parking available

If you're all about adrenaline-pumping rides and fun for the family, Blackpool Pleasure Beach is your go-to spot. It's a classic seaside amusement park that's been thrilling visitors for decades. The park's star attraction, The Big One, is a must for roller coaster enthusiasts. For something newer, check out ICON, the UK's first double-launch coaster. To avoid the queues, try visiting outside of school holidays or book a Speedy Pass. And hey, don't miss the hot doughnuts – they're legendary!

Phone number: 0871 222 1234 | Web: blackpoolpleasurebeach.com


The Beatles Story

  • Opening Times: Daily 10 am - 6 pm
  • Prices: Adult £17.95, Concessions available
  • Postcode: L3 1DP
  • Est. time required: 2-3 hours
  • Nearest parking: Nearby pay and display car parks

Beatles fans, assemble! The Beatles Story in Liverpool is a short drive from Lancashire and is an immersive journey through the lives of the Fab Four. From replicas of the Cavern Club to John Lennon's glasses, it's a treasure trove of memorabilia. The audio guide, narrated by John Lennon's sister, adds a personal touch. It's not just for die-hard fans; anyone interested in music will find it fascinating. To beat the crowds, get there early or late in the afternoon.

Phone number: 0151 709 1963 | Web: beatlesstory.com


Lancaster Castle

  • Opening Times: Daily, times vary
  • Prices: Adults £8, Concessions available
  • Postcode: LA1 1YJ
  • Est. time required: 1-2 hours
  • Nearest parking: City centre car parks nearby

Fancy a bit of history? Lancaster Castle is a fortress with a past that'll give you chills. It's been a court, prison, and even a witch trial venue. The guided tours are brilliant – they really bring the castle's stories to life. Don't miss the medieval dungeons and the Crown Court. It's a bit grim, but totally gripping. If you're driving, park in the city centre and enjoy a short walk to the castle.

Phone number: 01524 64998 | Web: lancastercastle.com


Forest of Bowland

  • Opening Times: Open all year
  • Prices: Free, but some activities may charge
  • Postcode: Variable, depending on where you visit
  • Est. time required: Half to full day
  • Nearest parking: Depends on entry point

Need to escape the hustle and bustle? Forest of Bowland is your sanctuary. It's an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and it's easy to see why. Whether you're hiking, cycling, or just picnicking, the scenery is stunning. For a unique experience, try the Bowland Wild Boar Park or get your binoculars out for some birdwatching. The best part? It's free, and you can visit any time of year. Just remember to check the weather and dress accordingly.

Web: forestofbowland.com


East Lancashire Railway

  • Opening Times: Operating days vary, check the timetable
  • Prices: Day rover from £16.50, discounts online
  • Postcode: BL9 0EY
  • Est. time required: 3-4 hours
  • Nearest parking: Stations along the route have parking

All aboard for a trip back in time on the East Lancashire Railway. This heritage line offers a nostalgic ride through the Irwell Valley on vintage steam and diesel trains. It's a hit with kids and train enthusiasts alike. Keep an eye out for their themed events – from 1940s weekends to Day Out With Thomas. To make the most of your journey, grab a rover ticket and hop on and off at the quaint stations along the route.

Phone number: 0333 320 2830 | Web: eastlancsrailway.org.uk


Morecambe Bay

  • Opening Times: Accessible at all times, tide times vary
  • Prices: Free
  • Postcode: Variable, depending on where you visit
  • Est. time required: Varies
  • Nearest parking: Available at multiple points along the bay

For a breath of fresh air and some of the best views in England, hit up Morecambe Bay. It's a massive expanse of sand and sea, perfect for walking, birdwatching, or just chilling out. The sunsets here are epic – bring your camera. If you fancy a guided walk across the sands, check out the official walks led by the Queen's Guide to the Sands. Just be mindful of the tides and never venture out alone.

Web: morecambebay.org.uk


Remember, whether you're staying in one of the cosy lodges in Lancashire or just passing through, these attractions are sure to make your visit memorable. Enjoy your adventures!

FAQs

This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Expect a cosy retreat with all the comforts of home, often surrounded by stunning natural beauty. Many lodges in Lancashire offer spacious living areas, modern amenities, and sometimes even a private hot tub. It's a chance to unwind and enjoy the tranquillity of the countryside.

What should I pack when visiting Lancashire?

Pack for all weathers – a waterproof jacket and boots for country walks are essential. Bring layers, as the weather can change quickly. Don't forget swimwear for hot tub lodges and any personal entertainment, like books or games, for cosy nights in.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Most lodges in Lancashire provide parking spaces right outside or very close to your accommodation. It's super convenient for unloading your gear. If you're unsure, check with your specific lodge before arrival.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Rainy days are perfect for exploring local attractions like Blackpool Tower or enjoying the lodge's amenities. Some lodges come with covered hot tubs, so you can still relax outside. Always a good idea to bring a good book or a pack of cards!

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Absolutely, many lodges are within the delivery range of local takeaways and supermarkets. Apps like Just Eat or Deliveroo often cover these areas, but it's worth checking with the lodge for local recommendations.

Is Lancashire a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Definitely! Off-season visits mean fewer crowds and often lower prices. Lancashire's countryside is beautiful in autumn and spring, and there's plenty of indoor attractions like The Harris Museum in Preston for those chillier days.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, your hot tub should be sparkling clean and ready for you to jump in. Lodges in Lancashire pride themselves on their cleanliness and hygiene, especially with features like hot tubs.

Are there any walking or cycling trails nearby?

Lancashire is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts. Check out Beacon Fell Country Park for walking trails with views or the Lancashire Cycleway for a scenic ride. Your lodge might even provide maps or hire bikes.

What local attractions should we not miss?

Don't miss out on Lytham St Annes for a classic seaside experience or The Forest of Bowland for stunning landscapes. For families, Blackpool Pleasure Beach is a must-visit for thrilling rides and entertainment.

Is there Wi-Fi in the lodges?

Most lodges offer Wi-Fi, perfect for streaming movies or planning your next day's adventure. However, it's worth noting that in some rural spots, the connection might not be as strong as you're used to in the city.

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