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The Ashton Lancaster
Lancaster
Lancashire

LA1 3JJ
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Welcome to a very special place to stay! This handsome Georgian manor house has been converted into an intimate and luxurious place. Just a few minutes from Lancaster's historic centre we are ideally placed for the Universities; Williamson Park and The Ashton Memorial; as well as all Lancaster's many cultural attractions.The winding rivers and valley villages around Lancaster; Morecambe and the Lune Valley have always inspired with their beauty. The views which touched artists like JMW Turner and poets like Wordsworth are unspoilt today. Pretty villages like Wray; (home of the Scarecrow Festival) or Caton with the serene Crook o'Lune and the coaching hamlet of Hornby are typical of the area. Climbing southwards above the Lune Valley is the ancient Forest of Bowland. This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is the first protected area in England to be awarded the European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas. Stretching from the Lune estuary at Glasson Dock to the Kent estuary at Arnside; the district's miles of fine coastline brings contrasting landscapes; legends and curiosities. of our rooms are unique but all have the same great things as standard. King size beds and crisp cotton sheets will ensure you sleep like a baby. While a luxurious shower with exclusive REN toiletries will really get your day off to a fabulous start.There’s an LCD television and dvd player; so help yourself to the film library and enjoy a quiet night in with a bottle of wine and some popcorn. Or for rainy days; curl up in an armchair with a pot of tea and some homemade biscuits from the butlers tray.Please Note: Non-smoking. No pets permitted on the premises. No Takeaway Food allowed on the premises. Private parking on-site available. Check-in time: 16:00 Check-out time: 11:00

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