Lytham And The Lights

Staying at The Inn On The Prom hotel

2 DAYS | 3rd November 2019

Variety being the spice of life why not join us for our short break to the very different seaside towns of Lytham St Annes and Blackpool. Come and enjoy the bright lights and lively atmosphere of Blackpool, then take in the welltended lawns, pretty parks and boating lake of Lytham St Annes.

The Inn On The Prom hotel is owned and run by the Croston family and has been for over three generations. Situated on St Annes Promenade, this stylish hotel overlooks the Irish Sea and St Annes Beach and boasts Vettrianos Restaurant, Café Lingerie and Nivens Health Club. All bedrooms are en suite with a TV and courtesy tea trays.

SUNDAY
We depart Macclesfield in the morning and head for Oswaldtwistle Mills. Upon arrival we will have morning coffee and biscuits and then there will be time to visit their Christmas Shops full of lovely goodies, great if you need a few ideas! After lunch we depart, taking a run along Blackpool prom, past the three piers, the fun fair and the famous tower, making our way to the hotel. We arrive in time for a dip in the pool before dinner, after which we board the coach for our tour through the fabulous lights.

MONDAY
Enjoy a free morning in Lytham. Why not take a walk along the pier and promenade and a stroll around the shops. Just after lunch we head for Coronation World, England’s largest rock factory, to see how they make the famous rock and how they put the letters through the middle, truly fascinating. We then continue on to Barton Grange Garden Centre for a browse and time for a cuppa. We depart late afternoon and aim to arrive in the Macclesfield area early evening.

Tour includes: Luxury coach travel throughout, 1 night dinner bed and breakfast, morning coffee and biscuits.
£143.00 per person sharing twin/double
NIL single room supplement
£12.50 supplement double room for sole occupancy
£22.00 per room upgrade to Boutique room
£30.00 per room upgrade to sea view room
£17.50 insurance per person, inc. IPT

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