Recommended hotels in Lancaster
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The Royal Kings Arms Hotel stands in the shadows of Lancaster Castle in the heart of Lancaster, one of England’s most historical cities. The Hotel offers free Wi-Fi and free limited parking . This traditional and elegant hotel offers 55 comfortable en-suite bedrooms, including the luxury Castle Suite, with four poster bed and views of the Castle itself. Just by stepping out of the Royal Kings Arms you will find yourself in the centre of Lancaster, with its bustling streets and quaint little passageways ready for you to explore. The Royal poses as the ideal spot to spend a relaxing weekend in historic Lancaster.The hotel is located in the centre of Lancaster only ten minutes from the M6, J33 or J34. Follow the signs for the city centre and then for the Castle or Railway Station. The hotel is approached on King Street, which is one way and guests should note that access into the car park is on King Street just before you reach the hotel. Manchester Airport Distance and Time - 63 miles 1 hour 10 minutesSee more
Thurnham Hall is a 12th century country house that stands proudly in a stunning estate of nearly 30 acres in the area of Lancaster. Boasting an elegant Jacobean Great Hall, the resort combines the very best of old and new. All accommodation, whether in the main house which retains a more traditional flavour, or in the courtyard buildings with their modern finishes, are all furnished to exquisitely high standards. Thurnham Hall’s leisure center has a large swimming pool and extensive state of the art exercise equipment, while the restaurant serves both fine and casual dining. The restaurant opens for dinner from 12 noon. Please note that requests for wheelchair accessible accommodation must be confirmed by the resort. Parking is limited to 1 space per reservation. No heavy goods vehicles are permitted access to the car park at any time. The resort will require a valid credit/debit card to charge a refundable security deposit of £100 per apartment. Please be reminded that guests who are unable to provide the deposit will not gain entry to the apartment. Please note that there are additional fees associated with the use of our leisure centre and resort facilities, if you would like further information please contact the resort reception team. Please be aware that refurbishment works to the Great Hall are due to start 1 September to 20 December 2014. During this time scaffolding and building materials will be visible but disruption is expected to be minimal, we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Please be advised that from the 20th October until the 13th March 2015 essential repairs to the facade of the Great Hall as well as some repairs in other areas will be undertaken. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.Exit the M6 at Junction 33 (Lancaster). Follow the signs for A+ (Garstang/Cockerham). After approx 1 mile take along the crossroads (signposted Cockerham), where there is a large beige house. Continue along the country lane for approx 1.5 miles.See more
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
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!