Hotels in Lancashire

Polly Checkland Harding

Ranging from luxury grandeur to compact cosiness, our guide to hotels in Lancashire prioritises the best accommodation in the county. If you’re after a stately setting from which to explore Burnley, head to the Grade II* listed Hurstwood Hall, for a charmingly compact residence with views of Lancaster‘s Castle, make for Castle View – or to stay in an absolutely iconic hotel that typifies the seaside resort of Morecambe, book a night at The Midland. The town of Blackpool, with its famous Tower, Ballroom and Promenade, is not to be outdone: here, you’ll find a B&B that’s been entirely renovated by 30 contemporary artists.  This, then, is a county not short on variety in terms of places to stay – to discover more, read on.

  • 1. Everything Retreat

    Everything retreat

    Everything Retreat, Everything Retreat, Pendle View Lodges, Primrose Lane , Mellor , BB2 7EQ - Visit now

    A haven of luxury and serenity in the heart of the Ribble Valley, Everything Retreat is an idyllic spot for an indulgent getaway.

  • 2. ART B&B

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    ART B&B, 180 Promenade, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY1 1RJ - Visit now

    Situated in a classic Victorian seafront hotel, beautifully and completely renovated by 30 contemporary artists, ART B&B in Blackpool allows you to support the arts while you sleep.

  • 3. Hurstwood Hall Guest House

    Hurstwood Hall Guest House
    Hurstwood Hall Guest House

    Hurstwood Hall Guest House, Hurstwood Lane, Burnley, Lancashire, BB10 3LG - Visit now

    Hurstwood Hall Guest House is steeped in local history. It is a Grade II* star listed building that retains many of its original features.

  • 4. Midland Hotel, Morecambe

    The Midland Hotel Morecambe

    Midland Hotel, Morecambe, Marine Rd W, Morecambe, Lancashire, LA4 4BU - Visit now

    Dating from 1933, the Midland hotel in Morecambe is perhaps one of the most recognisable buildings on the shorefront. Now managed by English Lakes, it’s a four-star establishment, with 44 Art Deco rooms.

  • 5. The Berkeley Apartments

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    The Berkeley Apartments, 6 Queen’s Promenade, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY2 9SQ - Visit now

    Built in 1926 and located in a prominent position at the start of Queens Promenade, The Berkeley contains a number of luxury apartments.

  • 6. The Royal at Heysham

    The Royal at Heysham Hotel and Restaurant
    Courtesy of The Royal at Heysham

    The Royal at Heysham, Main Street, Heysham, Morecambe, Lancashire, LA3 2RN - Visit now

    The Royal at Heysham hotel has 11 cosy en suite rooms, a restaurant and bar and occupies a historic building full of original features.

  • 7. The Imperial Hotel

    imperial hotel blackpool
    Image courtesy of Imperial Hotel Blackpool

    The Imperial Hotel, North Promenade, Blackpool, Lancashire, FY1 2HB - Visit now

    Situated on North Promenade, the iconic Imperial Hotel is a grand, nineteenth-century gem that has welcomed a host of royalty, politicians, statesmen and stars of both the stage and screen over the years.

  • 8. Castle View

    Castle View contemporary cottage, Lancaster
    Courtesy of Castle View

    Castle View, Marshrange, Castle Park, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA1 1YQ - Visit now

    Castle View is a contemporary cottage with one bedroom and a double sofa bed, a huge copper bath and a wood burner in Lancaster.

  • 9. Alpaca Fold

    Alpaca Fold
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    Alpaca Fold, Aspden Fold Farm, Nabs Head Lane, Samlesbury, Lancashire, PR5 0UQ - Visit now

    Alpaca Fold provides quality accommodation suitable for short and longer stays surrounded by the peace and calm of a rural setting.

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