Holiday cottages in Lancashire

Blackpool Tower and Pier, Lancashire
Search for your ideal holiday home in Lancashire. The county of Lancashire provides a wide variety of activities for holiday makers; beautiful countryside, interesting towns and cities and a very popular coastline combine to give you your perfect break.

Whilst you’re in Lancashire be sure to visit the Sea Life Centre at Blackpool and the Go Ape tree top adventure at Rivington.
For lovers of the seaside, a trip to the town of Blackpool is an excellent destination for a family day out. Kids and adults alike will love the Pleasure Beach with its wide variety of rides, amusements and shows. Blackpool is also home to many other tourist attractions including the famous illuminations, Blackpool Tower and the Sandcastle Waterpark to name but a few. For a more relaxing way to spend you day, simply enjoy a walk along the promenade and take in the wonderful sea air or take a short trip to the nearby picturesque resort of Lytham St Annes and hire a beach hut for the day.

Moving further up the coast, lies the seaside town of Morecambe where you can enjoy a walk a cycle along the beautiful promenade, sit back and relax on the lovely sandy beaches or even partake in a spot of birdwatching at Morecambe Bay. Don’t forget to get a photograph next to the famous statue of Eric Morecambe!

The market town of Clitheroe is well worth a visit and provides an ideal base for exploring the surrounding area. One of the most notable attractions of this town is the historic landmark of Clitheroe Castle; learn all about the local history of the area and enjoy the beautiful views of the Ribble Valley at the top of the castle. With the museum, gardens and playground on offer, this is a day out the whole family will enjoy. Shoppers will be spoilt for choice with Clitheroe’s wide array of both high street and specialist shops; if you’re looking for something a little bit different, you’re sure to find it here.

The city of Lancaster offers numerous activities and attractions for visitors; immerse yourself in the history of the city by visiting a museum or Lancaster Castle, saunter through the pedestrianised city centre enjoying the many shops, cafes and restaurants, or take a stroll along St George’s Quay to take in Lancaster’s maritime history. Just a few miles north of Lancaster, lies the town of Carnforth which is a popular base for walkers and climbers to explore the surrounding attractions such as Warton Crag.

If the hustle and bustle of big city life is more your thing, the bordering counties of Merseyside and Greater Manchester are home to the cities of Liverpool and Manchester, respectively. Both cities are well worth a visit for those who want an endless supply of shops, bars, restaurants, museums, shows and concerts- the list is exhaustive!

For those who prefer the great outdoors, Lancashire offers some stunning and interesting countryside ready to be explored. The iconic landmark of Pendle Hill will provide you with some remarkable views and is famous for the Pendle Witches who were executed here in 1612. For an enjoyable day of walking, pay a visit to the pretty village of Wycoller, which is part of the Bronte Way – it is thought that Wycoller Hall is the inspiration for 'Ferndean Manor' in Charlotte Brontë's novel Jane Eyre.

Browse the choice of Lancashire cottages and find your ideal touring base to explore the region.