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Lytham Hall is my go to place for an afternoon stroll and Tea. There are plenty of tracks to amble around and the hall is definitely worth a visit. The tea room is cosey and offers delicious home made food.
Date of experience: December 2018
Lytham H, Front Office Manager at Lytham Hall, responded to this reviewResponded 5 weeks ago
Thank you for your feedback and we love that you also enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the Hall.
Attended the winter fair and noticed hall tour was available. Really pleased we took the opportunity. Very interesting and fabulous building. A lot of effort and hard work is made by the volunteers to keep the hall open. Well done to all.
Highly recommend. Tour...More
Date of experience: November 2018
Lytham H, Manager at Lytham Hall, responded to this reviewResponded 23 November 2018
I had arranged to meet a friend for lunch and thought it was a bit on the chilly side in the cafe. I understand that it's difficult in cold weather with doors opening and closing, as customers enter and leave. However, it may have been...More
A good place to visit any time of year.The Spring is particularly good with its snowdrop walk.The hall itself has guided tours.There is a lovely kitchen garden and beehives.for a rest visit the excellent tea rooms.Dog and people friendly.
Good food very pleasant environment. Nice gardens lots of volunteers busy in lovely vegetable garden. Couldnt go into hall except in a planned timed group £6. would have been good just to be able to look around inside the hall on our own.Secondhand books for...More
Visited today and was impressed with the beautiful Hall and grounds. The tea room was perfect with great food. There were a lot of people in the tea room, and some with well behaved dogs, which added to the experience. There are also outside seats...More
Response from Lythamgirl | Reviewed this property |
yes public transport train SOUTH line brings you to lytham station up the seps and down the road left turn from steps to the hall or a bus number 7 or 11 to Lytham from Blackpool town centre takes you to Lytham square you... More
yes public transport train SOUTH line brings you to lytham station up the seps and down the road left turn from steps to the hall or a bus number 7 or 11 to Lytham from Blackpool town centre takes you to Lytham square you can walk from the square to Lytham Hall that's if you don't mind the walk or the hill - it is quite a walk from the main gate up the long drive to the Hall itself but it’s enjoyable on a sunny day if you don't mind the walk - if there is an event on at the Hall there is usually a bus that takes you up and back but that only if there is an event on the day you visit - its well worth the walk if your disabled you can drive up with your blue badge - hope this helps