An attractive, three-storey semi-detached maisonette near to the centre of the popular seaside resort of St Annes-on-Sea in Lancashire.
This lovely property provides ideal accommodation for families or a group of friends seeking a seaside getaway.
The maisonette’s ground floor comprises a compact sitting room leading to modern, well-equipped kitchen/diner, perfect for preparing meals or picnics for a fun day out.
Sliding doors open from the kitchen into a private, walled courtyard, large enough for outdoor meals or for enjoying some sun and sea air.
On the first floor are two bedrooms which share a smart, modern bathroom, with a third bedroom with en-suite facilities on the second floor.
The picturesque sea front and promenade are only a short stroll away from the maisonette’s front door.
Here you will find a popular beach café with a spacious car park.
A little further on as you walk past the water gardens towards the town pier, there is a family-friendly pub, cafés, a children’s play area, a boating lake, public swimming baths and a cinema.
Easily accessed on foot, exactly half-a mile along the promenade is the bustling St Annes-on-Sea town centre.
Here you can find many quaint independent shops, restaurants, tea rooms, several pubs and micro-bars.
Lytham St. Annes is home to several high-quality golf courses, most notably The Royal Lytham and St Annes Golf Club, which has hosted The Open Championship.
Not far from the maisonette you can join a footpath, which runs most of the way around the course perimeter and crosses the course at one point.
Just a short drive or bus ride from St. Annes is the famous seaside town of Blackpool.
You can leave your car or alight from the bus at Starr Gate, South Shore and catch a tram to Blackpool town centre, passing the enormous Pleasure Beach fun-fair on the way.
Blackpool has some world-famous attractions, such as Blackpool Tower and its ballroom, The Opera House and The Winter Gardens.
At certain times of year, the fairy-tale Blackpool illuminations, can be admired, stretching for many miles along the sea front.
As well as the many sights and sounds of these magnificent seaside towns, the north-west offers plenty for lovers of wildlife and the great outdoors.
The Ribble Estuary, a haven for birdwatchers, is adjacent to Lytham St. Annes.
The secluded Lancaster Canal, running from Preston towards the must-see market town of Garstang and on towards Kendal is a day out all by itself.
You can also hire day boats from several marinas along the canal.
One thing worth pointing out to people staying on the Fylde Coast is the southern end of the Lake District National Park is just over an hour’s drive away.
A superb base for exploring the many delights of this area of the Lancashire coast and beyond.
About the location
LYTHAM ST. ANNES
Blackpool 7.5 miles.
The seaside towns of Lytham and St Annes-on-Sea nestle along a picturesque stretch of coastline lined with pretty parks. For many centuries, the economy of this lovely area was dependent entirely on fishing until the beginning the Industrial Revolution, which resulted in the wealthy creating an affluent area, lasting until the present day. A short stroll from the Lytham seafront brings you to leafy Clifton Street, where you’ll find charming boutiques, restaurants and independent shops. Lytham Green, a strip of grass running between the shore and the main coastal road, is a notable landmark, overlooking the River Ribble towards the Welsh Mountains, and home to the restored Windmill and Old Lytham Lifeboat House museum. Those interested in craft ales can take a tour of the Lytham Brewery, whilst walkers and twitchers will adore the rolling sandy dunes of St Annes-on-Sea and the Ribble Estuary providing a safe haven for more than 250,000 migrating birds that return each winter. The area is internationally renowned for golf with four courses to choose from, the most notable being the Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club, one of the host courses for the Open Championship. Traditional seaside pastimes can be enjoyed at St Annes-on-Sea with a pretty pier and charming little beach huts in an array of pastels offering visitors a unique, exciting addition for a day beside the sea. A short walk from the pier brings you to St Annes Square and Wood Street, where you'll find charming coffee shops, tea rooms, restaurants and independent shops. Lovely long strolls, sunny afternoons on the sand or fun-filled frolics in nearby Blackpool, Lytham St Annes is a charming coastal destination with plenty to offer. Boating, cycling, shopping and swimming can all also be enjoyed nearby, along with award-winning restaurants, traditional pubs and wine bars should you fancy celebrating. Whatever you want from your seaside getaway, Lytham St Annes is an ideal choice.
The Women's British Open takes place near by over weeks commencing 27th July & 3rd August 2018.