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Lodges in Lancashire Guide

Just an hour away from the major northern cities of Liverpool, Manchester, and Leeds, stunning Lancashire is a county full of surprises. From vibrant Preston to the quaint market towns, to golden beaches, guests are certain to find something they love in this diverse region.

A major highlight is the iconic seaside town of Blackpool with its shows, amusements, and beaches - enjoy fish and chips or an ice cream whilst walking the promenade and seeing the illuminations.

Lesser known is Lancashire’s picturesque countryside, with many fun-filled adventure trails in the forests and beyond – perhaps you’ll find your own favourite hotspot in the county!

Fun for all the family

Lancashire is definitely a county that all the family can enjoy, thanks to its diverse attractions and activities. Perhaps the little ones would love a railway adventure, where they can ride a steam train through the county for a unique and memorable day out. Visit Blackpool Zoo, Farmer Parr’s Animal World or Sealife Blackpool’s aquarium where all the family can get up close and personal with hundreds of exciting species.

For any adrenaline junkies in the family, Blackpool is certainly the amusement capital of the country with Sandcastle Waterpark and its many theme parks. Head to the iconic Pleasure Beach Resort for over a hundred exciting rides and rollercoasters – there’s good reason it’s the UK’s number one attraction!

Make your visit truly delicious

Given the popularity of Lancashire with visitors, you can expect some delicious pitstops for your stay. There’s a whole plethora of diverse restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets, from international cuisines to Michelin-starred restaurants that make the best of local produce. Head to Preston for some of the region’s trendiest city centre bars, or perhaps you simply fancy a pint of local ale and a heart meal in a countryside pub next to a stream or a crackling log fire. Of course, you can’t visit Lancashire without popping into a teashop for some delicious sandwiches, tea and cake – perhaps you’ll even head to the Blackpool Tower Ballroom for a memorable experience.

Let’s go for a walk

The county has so much beautiful countryside that’s begging to be explored! With sprawling hills, moorland, and bubbling streams, it’s perfect for couples, families, or groups of friends who love to be at one with nature and explore this stunning part of northern England. Walk or cycle through one of Lancashire’s two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and admire the gorgeous views that go for as far as the eye can see.

For those who enjoy a little more of a white knuckle adventure, you can ski, sail, or climb – everyone is accommodated for in this county. Of course, it’s only fair you treat yourself to a pint from a local pub or a delicious meal from one of the many independent cafes and restaurants you’ll find in one of the towns or villages on your route.

Family lodge holidays in Lancashire

For a family holiday that none of you will forget, Ocean Edge Holiday Park is a lodge holiday in a fantastic location. Just a short drive from famous Morecambe and its beach as well as the beautiful city of Lancaster, it offers great things nearby and onsite. Enjoy the wonderful swimming pool and facilities for the whole family – don’t miss the fun-filled evening entertainment!

Families may also want to check in to Ribby Hall Village, a five star lodge holiday park as rated by Visit England. Perfect for short breaks to escape reality, it’s close to the fun and attractions of Blackpool, and the Lake District is a little further. Onsite, the little ones will love the indoor and outdoor leisure facilities, and parents may like to indulge in the spa.