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Lytham Hall, Lytham St Anne's

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.2/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
The Hall is situated in 80 acres of mature parkland, and was built for Thomas Clifton by John Carr of York between 1752-1764 on the site of

an earlier manor house and Priory settled by Benedictine monks from Durham.

Lytham Hall and grounds offer an ideal venue for Events, Conferences and meetings with a full catering service tailored to specific requirements including buffets, receptions, lunches, dinners or banquets. The Hall is licensed for Civil Ceremonies also. Marquee receptions are held in the grounds.
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  • Had a great day out with young and old extended family. We did the story door walk. Although one or two where difficult to locate. We also visited the tearoom for a bite to eat and drink. Nice surpris...  read more »
  • We have been visiting the Hall about once a year and returned there on Sunday last. So much good work has been done to the gardens, the grounds & the buildings, including a newly refurbished cafe. 
  • The building itself is lovely so it's a shame it's going to rack and ruin. There's a cafe on site and the grounds are lovely. They need to get a donation from somewhere to do it up. 
  • Visited during the Heritage weekend and had a tour of the hall and grounds. The volunteers are making wonderful improvements and the Fairy Door Trail is a lovely way to get the children walking round the grounds. Well worth a visit.
  • Lovely snowdrops, simple food in dog friendly cafe.
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