Lancaster is the site of an ancient settlement with strong Royal connections, dominated by Lancaster Castle and located in the Lune Valley. Full descriptions of all these hotels in Lancaster are available on the hotel booking pages. This is an attractive city lying just three miles from Morecambe Bay and within a short driving distance of the beautiful Lakes. Find hotel or bed & breakfast accommodation in Lancaster for the Butterfly House, the peaks and valleys.
Lancaster Town House
11-12 Newton Terrace Lancaster Lancashire LA1 3PB
This pleasant non-smoking 3-star might not be the closest we have to Lancaster City Centre but's it's proved popular with both leisure and business travellers. A valued member of the British AA and Visit Britain, the Lancaster Town House offers reasonable rates for bed & breakfast with a good choice of food options available. The dining area is bright and sunny and there is a choice of light meals and vegetarian dishes from the buffet spread. Single, double and triple rooms are available and fea ...
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|Name||Miles||Region||Rooms||Type ?||Type ?|
|Lancaster Town House||1.5||Lancaster||3||62.00|
|Royal Kings Arms Hotel||0.3||Lancaster||55||39.90|
|Lancaster House Hotel||2.9||Lancaster||99||109.00|
|New Inn Hotel||17.1||Lancaster||18||120.75|
|Royal Hotel (Latinos)||0.1||Lancaster||10||60.00|
|Toll House Inn - a Thwaites Inn||0.2||Lancaster||28||82.00|
|Wagon and Horses||0.6||Lancaster||6||80.00|
|Penny Street Bridge - A Thwaites Inn||0.2||Lancaster||N/A||82.00|
|Holiday Inn Lancaster||1.8||Lancaster Waterside Park||156||48.00|
Room4U can provide some great late deals on hotels in Lancaster and bed and breakfast accommodation convenient for this wonderful Lancashire capital. With a Castle thats been here since the beginning of the fifth-century and then extended by Elizabeth I, Lancaster has a long and enduring Royal history. In fact it was the Red Rose of the House of Lancaster that featured so distinctively in the War of the Roses under Richard I. The past is everywhere in the city. Guests can visit the City Museum in Market Square, whilst Lancaster Castle in Castle Parade (often referred to as John O' Gaunt's Castle) has courts, shields, towers and dungeons to see. The Castle also has Dark History tours scheduled throughout the year, proving that history really is as Horrible as it seems.
The Judges Lodgings might be available to explore but rooms are no longer available, so if you are looking for hotels close to Lancaster Castle, the likes of The Shakespeare in St Leonards Gate offers 4-star bed & breakfast lodgings within walking distance of the train station and virtually opposite the Grand Theatre. This is a riverside city so youd be daft not to take a walk by St George's Quay. Here youll find, Quite Simply French, one of Lancasters finest restaurants which has great views of the River Lune. The Maritime Museum is next door which explores the citys history as a port and is well visiting with the kids. For sightseeing ideas or a list of visitor attractions and last minute tourist offers at leisure centres and restaurants in Lancaster call (01524) 32878. If no rooms are available on the dates you wish to travel other cheap Lancaster hotel and bed & breakfast accommodation will be displayed.