Luxury Hotels Lancashire
If you want to explore the rugged countryside and taste some of the county’s finest produce, these luxury hotels in Lancashire will leave you wanting to return. There are many reasons to visit this diverse and enchanting county, but none more so than our luxury hotels in Lancashire.
Things to do in Lancashire
Embraced by perfect landscapes and dripping in a vast history, you will find countless things to do in Lancashire. We have highlighted just a few of our favourite activities and attractions in Lancashire that will appeal to a range of diverse tastes.
Out and About
Brockholes Nature Reserve
Owned by the Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Brockholes is a delightful nature reserve set among 250 acres of land overlooking the Ribble Valley. Whether you’re a couple or family wanting to find things to do in Lancashire, there is so much to explore here, it is fabulous for anyone who loves the outdoors. Walking trails, woods and lakes make up the stunning habitats where wildlife is abundant. The floating Visitor Village, restaurant and shops will also keep you occupied.
Williamson Park and Tropical Butterfly House
This incredible park is perched amid 22 acres of parkland where you can embrace impressive views of Morecambe Bay and the Cumbrian fells. The Tropical Butterfly House is one place you should definitely try and see when you stay at any of the hotels in Lancashire.
Uncover the centuries of tempestuous history at this ancient castle and soak up endless views of Clitheroe and the Ribble Valley.
This district of Lancashire possesses some of the most fascinating history in the county, being famous for the Pendle Witch Trials, which date back to the 16th century. You can take a walk up Pendle Hill for panoramic views, or browse the shops and galleries.
The Singing Ringing Tree
Standing on top of the Pennine Hills, looking out across Burnley, the Singing Ringing Tree was completed in 2006 and is one of the four sculptures that make up the Panopticans project. The sculpture was constructed from steel, and as the wind flows through it, it creates harmonic sounds.