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The Inn on the Prom
"I took a party of 21 to Inn on the Prom March 2009 and could not fault it in any way neither could any of my party Rooms had recenty ..." More

The Inn on the Prom
"Good Points: We thought the staff were very helpful and pleasant The food on the first night was excellent. The room once we had upgraded was really lovely Bad Points: ..." More

The Inn on the Prom
"Good Points: Friendly staff, food was excellent. Bed very comfortable. Bad Points: Room wasn't very clean General review: Even though the cleanliness of the room wasn't brilliant my overall stay was ..." More

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As a town St Annes on Sea is considered a new town by those who live in Lytham as St Annes on Sea did not exist before the 1800ís. A result of Victorian enterprise the town is laid out along the lines of a garden city with wide tree lined street and distinctive properties. St Annes is a popular seaside town in Lancashire in the North West of England close to the larger and better known town of Blackpool. A consortium of East Lancashire businessmen bought most St Annes on Sea form the Clifton family with the intention of developing an up market residential town and seaside resort. They mapped out the town and surrounding area building a pier, shops and houses and the gardens, today known as Ashton Gardens. The gardens being named in honour of Lord Ashton who rescued the gardens when it seemed that the local council wanted it to become self financing by adding amusement arcades and adding fairground style rides. He later purchased additional adjoining land and increased the size of the gardens. Today they are listed in the GradeII division of the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens. St Annes on Sea may today be inexorably linked with Lytham but it does have its own distinct identity and is worth visiting to explore the architecture and facilities that it has to offer. St Annes on Sea offers residents and visitors a marvellous shopping square that, weather permitting in the summer months, plays host to a variety of street entertainers. The blend of a spacious shopping Square, street entertainment throughout the summer months, lovely parks and gardens brimming with flowers are reminicent of a bygone era, whilst Pleasure Island and Salters Wharf provide lots of family fun, whatever the weather. The town has developed four of the best golf courses in the country these being the Royal Lytham, the Old Links, Green Drive and Fairhaven Golf Club. .

Casino

Stanley St. Annes Casino

Dentist

Caro & Caro

Doctor

Clifton Drive Surgery
Dr R N Curzon
Old Links Surgery
Park Road Medical Practice

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Fylde Taxis Ltd

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Gaydon Hotel (0.32 miles)

Gaydon Hotel

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A SMALL FAMILY RUN HOTEL 100 YARDS FROM THE BEACH AND CLOSE TO THE CENTRE OF ST ANNES AND THE GOLF COURSES OF LYTHAM AND ST ANNES OFFERING CLEAN ... More

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The Chadwick Hotel (0.39 miles)

The Chadwick Hotel

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"A Hotel for All Seasons and a Recipe for Pure Luxury!!" The Chadwick Hotel commands a prime sea front position within the elegant and Victorian resort of Lytham St Annes. Renowned for ... More

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Tudor House Guest House (0.47 miles)

Tudor House Guest House

Tudor House is a small friendly family run Guest House offering superior accommodation in the resort of St. Annes-on-the-Sea, our guests can be assured of a smoke-free atmosphere in all areas. In this traditional British seaside ... More | visit website

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The Anchorage (0.48 miles)

The Anchorage

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A warm welcome awaits you at The Anchorage, a traditional, quality, family-run bed and breakfast. Our rooms are brightly decorated, tasteful, and spacious. All are en suite and wireless-enabled. Our ... More

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Howarth House Hotel (0.50 miles)

Howarth House Hotel

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Newly Refurbished April 08!Howarth house is a stylish boutique hotel that provides a chic retreat for business and leisure guests wishing to enjoy a relaxed stay in Lytham St Annes. ... More

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Carlton Hotel (0.53 miles)

Carlton Hotel

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This welcoming house enjoys a prime location on the promenade, close to the town's key facilities and attractions. Bedrooms are bright and smartly furnished; day rooms include several comfortable lounges, a ... More

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Seacroft Hotel (0.55 miles)

Seacroft Hotel

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The Seacroft is a friendly, family run hotel ideally situated in a quiet location yet only minutes walk from town centre shops & restaurant quarter. Bus and train stations within ... More

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The Fairmile Hotel (0.58 miles)

The Fairmile Hotel

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The Fairmile Hotel is a family-run establishment conveniently situated just two minutes walk from St. Annes town centre and just five minutes from the seafront. The hotel has 10 comfortably ... More

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Tudor House (0.59 miles)

Tudor House

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Tudor House is a small friendly family run Guest House offering superior accommodation in the resort of St. Annes-on-the-Sea, our guests can be assured of a smoke-free atmosphere in all ... More

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The Inn on the Prom (0.66 miles)

The Inn on the Prom

The The Inn on the Proml has 100 bedrooms, all of which are en-suite. All rooms are equipped with remote colour television, tea and coffee making facilities, trouser press, hairdryer and direct dial telephone as ... More | visit website

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