Recommended hotels in Lancaster
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The New Inn is set in the magnificent Yorkshire DalesNational Park with its dramatic peaks, delightful dales, rivers, waterfalls and caves and situated in the centre of the charming village of Clapham. Over thousands of years water erosion through the limestone has formed many amazing sights, such as Ingleborough Cave, which is festooned with stalactites and stalagmites, or Gaping Ghyll the most dramatic of North Yorkshire's pot holes where water hurtles down in a single jet over 365ft to the floor.The New Inn is a superb example of a traditional Yorkshire Dales Hotel. All bedrooms having full central heating, their own bathrooms, colour televisions, telephones, hair dryers, tea and coffee trays and ample writing space - all designed to make your stay "home from home". Excellent facilities are provided with a Residents' Lounge situated on the first floor, first class restaurant and two barsSee more
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Few lodging accommodations have the elite privilege of being able to boast existence from the 12th century, yet Thurnham Hall has earned this distinguished honor. Standing proudly on the grounds of a nearly 30-acre estate, the castle style architecture commands attention and respect.Thurnham Hall has mastered the art of honoring the history of the estate and surrounding area, while slipping with ease and comfort into modern times. From the outside, you have classic English architecture from the old world, yet on the inside you could be in the classiest of new, urban hotel suites. Boasting an elegant Jacobean Great Hall, the resort has the look and feel of what you hope to experience of historic and majestic historic English, without sacrificing any modern day amenities.See more
Information about Lancaster
The city of Lancaster is the county town of Lancashire, in the northwest of England. Among the main places of interest in the city are: Lancaster Canal, which is excellent for a walk and from where you can obtain good views of the city; and Lancaster Castle, which is one of England's most beautiful castles. This dates back to the 12th century and is still in the possession of the Crown. We also recommend a visit to Lancaster Cemetery and the City Museum, which is found in an interesting building from 1781. It has exhibits on the historical and archaeological heritage of the city. You can also see the Grand Theatre and the Maritime Museum, where you can find out about the history of the Port of Lancaster and the city's fishing industry, with a number of boats on display. If you are looking for somewhere to enjoy the fresh air, why not take a walk in Lancaster Park, where there is a play area for children as well as picnic areas. Other sights include the Millennium Bridge and the River Lune Millennium Park. Discover this varied and interesting city, visit Lancaster!