Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
Located in Leyland, Smithy lodge Guest House features a garden, shared lounge and free WiFi. Rooms come complete with a private bathroom equipped with a shower and a hairdryer, while some units at the guesthouse also provide guests with a seating area. At Smithy lodge Guest House all rooms are equipped with a closet and a flat-screen TV. Continental and à la carte breakfast options are available every morning at the accommodation. Smithy lodge Guest House has a sun terrace. Blackpool is 22 miles from the guesthouse, while Southport is 14 miles away. The nearest airport is Manchester Airport, 38 miles from Smithy lodge Guest House.
in the county of Lancashire(5.0 miles, 8.1 km, direction N)
This is the town that was at the centre of the cotton spinning industry for well over a hundred and fifty years. ..
in the county of Lancashire(5.1 miles, 8.2 km, direction SE)
The town's historic roots go back beyond the Bronze-Age, as evidenced by findings in the 20th century...
in the county of Lancashire(5.2 miles, 8.3 km, direction SW)
Noted for its picturesque late-medieval manor house Rufford Old Hall, the village of Rufford occupies a fine setting on the fertile Lancashire Plains...
in the county of Lancashire(6.7 miles, 10.7 km, direction E)
It was here that James I created "Sirloin" when he supposedly knighted his beef!..
in the county of Greater Manchester(11.0 miles, 17.7 km, direction S)
Wigan is a sociable town with a long history, it received it's Royal charter in the middle of the 13th-century, but prior to that the Roman's had built a settlement here...
A picturesque village in the Ribble Valley..
in the county of Lancashire(12.7 miles, 20.4 km, direction W)
St. Anne's has a fine sandy beach backed by grassy sand dunes and a fascinating pier, first built in 1885 and subsequently rebuilt and remodelled...
Join Merlin, King Arthur and his brave knights of the Round Table at the Kingdom of Camelot and explore five magical lands filled.....
Rufford Old Hall was presented to the National Trust in 1936 by Lord Hesketh. The Old Hall is a medieval manor house of splendid.....
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