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Lytham Hall, Lytham St Anne's

(4.3/5 based on 130+ 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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Reviews
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  • Visited today 15 Feb, simple to view the Snowdrops which friends had told us about - and they were certainly worth seeing !! Beautiful carpets of small white flowers among the trees - a lovely winter'...  more »
  • Took my wife to see the snowdrops and enjoy a walk round the estate, Enjoyed a drink in the tea room, which had an excellent choice of food to eat and sofas / good selection of new and antique furnitu...  more »
  • The hall was closed, but the gounds were lovely...carpets of snowdrops, woodland, lake and birdsong in the sunshine.(Not to mention a great tearoom!) There were lots of volunteers working in all areas...  more »
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  • Extensive grounds and reasonable entry fee is charged only on Sundays and Bank Holidays.
  • 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.