Lodges & Holiday Parks in Lancashire

Lancashire's diverse attractions, natural wonders and warm hospitality make it an ideal destination for an English holiday in the countryside, on the coast or in the city. Visit the bustling city of Preston, uncover the maritime heritage of Fleetwood, or immerse yourself in the history of Lancaster, where you can explore the impressive Lancaster Castle and stroll along the picturesque Quayside. Lancashire's countryside offers a range of delights, from the rolling hills of the Forest of Bowland to the serene beauty of the Ribble Valley and the idyllic villages of the Lune Valley. Explore the county's incredible coastline, home to the lively seaside resort of Blackpool and the pretty coastal area of Lytham St Annes. Situated in fantastic locations near charming market towns, local attractions and stunning countryside, our lodges and holiday parks in Lancashire offer great value without compromising on quality or comfort. From holiday parks with swimming pools and luxury lodges with hot tubs to spacious dog-friendly accommodation for all the family, we've got you covered for whatever type of break you're after. Catering for a range of tastes and budgets, our holiday homes are perfectly positioned for a memorable holiday with your loved ones.

Views of the Lancashire countryside

Dog friendly lodges in Lancashire

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Lancashire holiday parks with swimming pools

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Dog friendly holiday parks in Lancashire

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Things to do in Lancashire on your UK getaway

Explore the stunning Lancashire countryside and its pretty market towns...
Lancashire has its fair share of serene countryside, and there is no better way to experience it than by visiting the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Covering over 300 square miles of rural Lancashire, there's no end to the treasures waiting to be discovered. Quaint stone villages and market towns pepper the forest and spectacular wildflowers bloom in the spring, adding strokes of colour to the greenery. Of all the marvellous footpaths and trails in the Forest of Bowland, the Tolkien Trail is not to be missed. One of the UK's greatest authours, J. R. R. Tolkien was known for his love of nature, which is reflected in the woodland areas and fantastic creatures from his epic saga, "The Lord of the Rings". What better way to spend the day than seeing the land from which he drew inspiration, marvelling at the wildflowers and valleys that influence the Shire in his legendary books? Our Forest of Bowland holiday homes allow you to embrace the incredible Lancashire countryside right from your doorstep, from the winding River Ribble that carves through the valleys to the legendary Pendle Hill, steeped in the myth and legend of the Pendle Witches.

Discover the bright lights of Blackpool on a family holiday by the sea...
For the quintessential British seaside holiday, look no further than the iconic Blackpool. With so much to do here, it can be hard to know where to start. Both kids and adults will delight in the endless fun of Blackpool Pleasure Beach, a renowned amusement park home to thrilling rollercoaster rides, live entertainment shows and the themed Nickelodeon Land. Other family-friendly attractions include the underwater world of SEA LIFE Blackpool, the historic heights of Blackpool Tower, and the dazzling lights of the Blackpool Illuminations in winter. Our Blackpool holiday homes allow you to soak up the very best of this effervescent seaside town, whilst taking advantage of fantastic facilities like fully-equipped kitchens, open fires and large gardens.

Whisk your partner away for a romantic break in Lytham St Annes...
A more serene alternative to nearby Blackpool, Lytham St Annes is an enchanting setting for a romantic getaway or a short break by the sea. Relax on the sandy St. Annes Beach whilst admiring the sea views, take a leisurely stroll along Lytham Promenade, indulge in seafood dinners at waterfront restaurants, or explore the town's boutique shops, galleries and artisan stores. Our cottages and holiday parks in Lytham St Annes can provide the perfect base for your coastal getaway, whether you're after a cosy hideaway with a log fire or a luxury hot tub break. If you fancy a change of scenery, the lively bars and pleasure beach rides of Blackpool are only a short drive away, and the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty makes for a lovely day trip in the countryside.

Hidden waterfall in the Forest of Bowland, Ribble Valley, Lancashire