• Wood-fired hot tub
  • Pet friendly
  • Broadband/Wi Fi
  • Cot/Highchair available
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Glenwalden

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  • Hot tub
  • Sea view
  • All en-suite
  • Broadband/Wi Fi
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  • Hot tub
  • Wi Fi
  • Pet Friendly
  • Off road parking for 4 cars

Relax in Cottages with Hot Tubs in Lancashire

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There is no better feeling than having a holiday to look forward too and if you book a cottage with hot tub in Lancashire you can rest assured all that anticipation will be justified.

You will never be short of things to do in this glorious county stunning beaches, 2 areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty to explore, picturesque villages, historic buildings and plenty of regional food to enjoy, Lancashire really has got it covered.

A holiday home with hot tub is by far the best way to see what Lancashire has got to offer, with modern amenities and all the comforts of home at an affordable price. You can expect fully fitted kitchens, TV's, Wi-Fi and of course your own secluded outdoor jacuzzi to while away relaxing evenings in breathtaking surroundings.

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We guarantee once you have visited this North-Western county you will want to return time and again as the tagline of Visit Lancashire proclaims this really is a place "Where Life Feels Good".

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Lancashire

There is so much to do in this county we thought we would narrow it down and provide you with a list of the top-rated attractions including:

1. Blackpool Pleasure Beach

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Home to the highest roller coaster in the UK and Britain's most ride intensive theme park, (over 125 rides and attractions) a visit to Blackpool pleasure beach is a fun-packed day for all the family. Thrill-seekers are catered for with "The Big One" "Infusion" and the spooky indoor roller coaster "Valhalla" while old favourite, the iconic "Grand National" is still taking riders over Becher's Brook after 70 years. The little ones will love Nickelodeon Land with characters, rides and gift shop and the whole family will enjoy the spectacular shows at the park's arena.

2. Pendle Hill

Located at the southern tip of the Yorkshire Dales in an idyllic area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Pendle is popular with walkers and cyclists, the hill itself rises 557ft above sea-level and offers jaw-dropping views of the surrounding countryside. Famous for the Pendle Witches who lived in the area over 400 years ago and were part of Britain's most famous witchcraft trials this spot offers entertainment for all the family; follow the witches trail, visit Bancroft Mill or simply enjoy the peaceful surroundings and a bite to eat or drink in one of the many country pubs and restaurants.

3. Samlesbury Hall

This distinctive 14th century stately home has retained the stark black and white exterior and is steeped in intrigue, witches, magic and history. The spooky tale of Lady Dorothy, an insight into life over the last 700 years, Victorian kitchen and Tudor priest holes are all waiting to be discovered. Boasting an award-winning restaurant onsite, woodland walks, adventure playground, bee heritage centre, petting farm and the UK's first wafflery "Dottie's" along with a gift shop packed with top-quality gifts, Samlesbury Hall has something for everyone.

4. British Commercial Vehicle Museum

For something a bit different why not visit this fantastic museum located in Leyland? Displaying over 60 historic vehicles from horse drawn carriages from the late 1800s to vintage fire-engines and double decker buses. Sit behind the wheel of a vintage lorry or admire the specially built Pope Mobile made for his visit in 1982. See archive films in the cinema or listen to the knowledgeable guides as they tell stories of individual vehicles and bring history to life.

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5. Sandcastle Waterpark

Blackpool is a tourist's heaven and has tons of attractions not least the biggest indoor waterpark in the UK. Over 18 slides and attractions including wave pool, water chutes, adventure play area with tipping coconut, splash pools and a luxury spa featuring heated recliners, steam room, aromatherapy and massages. While the British weather can be unpredictable you will feel like you are in the tropics in the 84° controlled climate and with entertainment for all ages, make sure you pack your swimming costume for this fun family day out!

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6. WWT Martin Mere

Situated near Ormskirk this family friendly attraction is run by the Wildfowl and Wetland Trust. This large nature reserve caters for all ages with award-winning canoe safaris, a giant tree house, Rushes Adventure Play Area, Wild Walk and guided boat tours. Home to more than a hundred species of rare and endangered birds which can be hand fed, visit in spring to visit the award-winning duckling nursery. Getting close to nature has never been such fun, just be sure to bring your wellies.

7. Morecambe Bay

Stretching from the south west coast of Cumbria down to Fleetwood in Lancashire Morecambe Bay is one of the most beautiful coastlines in the country and offers a huge range of outdoor activities including paragliding, wind-surfing, sailing, horse-riding, mountain-biking and kite-surfing to name a few. If that seems a bit too energetic then the miles of golden sand are perfect for sunbathing, sandcastles and swimming, not to mention the perfect spot to experience amazing, romantic sunsets.

Townend House Dining Area

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8. Lytham Hall

Set in 78-acres of parkland this 18th century Mansion is one of the finest Georgian houses in the country. Follow the secret door trail to see what Alice in Wonderland characters you can find hidden in the grounds, see the 18th century Dovecote and stable block where the Clifton family kept their racehorses. The grounds are open to the public daily and are perfect for a picnic although there is a tearoom situated in the West Wing of the house. There are guided tours of the interiors of this beautiful house from Wednesday through to Sunday.

9. Blackpool Zoo

Enjoy an unforgettable day out at one of Lancashire's top attractions, set in 32 acres of sprawling countryside Blackpool Zoo is home to over 1500 animals including all your favoutites; tigers, lions, wolves, penguins and gorillas. Housed in spacious enclosures you will find single dad Wallace the African Lion and his cub Khari, Ramon the Orangutan and Kate the Asian Elephant. Find time to watch the incredible Sea-Lion display, check out the creepy crawlies or simply enjoy an ice-cream as you explore and discover all these exciting animals.

10. Lancaster Castle

Dating back to the 12th century this grade 1 listed building has been described as the North West's most important and historic monument. A history that is steeped in witches, intrigue and executions, take a tour with a friendly guide who will regale you with past tales, visit the medieval cells, view one of Europe's largest shield collections and learn about the history of crime and punishment, religious persecution and penal reform over almost a thousand years.

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