Dog-friendly Lancashire

With wonderful scenery and awe-inspiring landscapes, Lancashire is absolutely bursting with natural beauty. From countryside and moorlands to coastline and the infamous seaside town of Blackpool, there's plenty of amazing sights for you and your canine companion to discover on your dog-friendly short break.
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    This stylish two bedroomed lodge is perfect for families or small groups alike. The lounge is contemporary with a spacious seating area to relax it has a Smart TV with Netflix and DVD for entertainment. The dining area offers ample seating for four and adjoins the well equipped kitchen. To the rear of the lodge are two bedrooms, one a double and the other a twin. There is a bathroom with toilet, sink, shower cubicle and Heated towel rail. Outside there is a wonderful decking area with outdoor furniture and fabulous views out to sea and across Morecambe Bay. Here, you can enjoy a morning coffee or perhaps your favourite evening tipple.
    Morecambe Bay is famous for it’s sunsets. The lodge is perfectly placed on a very popular holiday complex near Heysham. Located right on the seafront offering fantastic views of the stunning Irish Sea. Kids and adults are both well entertained with a range of activities, including a heated indoor pool, sauna, sports and leisure facilities, show bar, children’s entertainment, restaurant, beer garden, arcade, laundrette and small shop. Swim in the heated indoor pool or relax in the sauna while the kids can enjoy the indoor soft play and outdoor playground. After a day exploring, enjoy a meal at one of the restaurants or a drink in the brand new Sports Bar, the Show bar offers weekend entertainment. Please note: park facilities open ten months of the year (closed Dec & Jan.) Located a short distance from Morecambe a seaside resort with a sandy beach and long promenade. On the north end of the promenade, you can find Happy Mount Park, open all year round. A traditional park with an adventure playground, summer splash area, sports pitches, events and café On the southern end of the promenade there’s the Midland Hotel, an internationally renowned Art-Deco building designed by Oliver Hill and restored for the 21st Century. Non-Residents can enjoy sophisticated glamour, afternoon tea and classy cocktails here. For wetter days or evening entertainment, Morecambe’s Soul Bowl is located on Central Promenade with it’s ten bowling lanes with a restaurant and bar. If you wish to venture in the opposite direction, historic Lancaster is a short drive away. Lancaster Castle is a must see as is a visit to Willamson Park and Butterfly House.
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