Lancashire GuideLancashire is a county in the North of England. It takes its name from the city of Lancaster, and is known as the Red Rose county. Until Government boundary changes in 1974 Manchester and Liverpool were part of the county and these major cities still exert a strong gravitational pull over Lancashire. HotelsFind hotels in Blackpool, Burnley, Lancaster, Preston and more.
Popular in LancashireBlackpoolBlackpool is a seaside resort town in the North West of England. Over 12 million people visit Blackpool each year, making it Britain's number one holiday resort. BurnleyBurnley is a town in Lancashire, England, located approximately 30 miles north of Manchester, and 35 miles West of Leeds. LancasterLancaster is a city in Lancashire, England. Lancaster is a small city in the North of England, historically the county town of Lancashire.
In LancashirePrestonPreston is a city in Lancashire, England. Preston is the largest city in the county of Lancashire, and historically was a major port and industrial centre. AccringtonAccrington is an East Lancashire town which developed during the industrial revolution into a mill town. BlackburnBlackburn is town in Lancashire in North West England. Although the town has some attractive public buildings and parks, it is mostly known for its contribution to the cotton weaving industry and for its successful premiership soccer team, Blackburn Rovers. ChorleyChorley is a town in Lancashire, England located in the West Pennine Moors. 10 miles north-west of Bolton, 12 miles south-west of Blackburn and 6 miles north of Wigan. Forest of BowlandThe Forest of Bowland is a designated Area of Outstanding Beauty covering 312 square miles in the north of Lancashire and part of North Yorkshire, north-west of Clitheroe and south-west of Settle. MorecambeMorecambe is a seaside town in Lancashire. Morecambe is approximately five miles from the county town of Lancaster. HaslingdenHaslingden is a small town in Lancashire. It is north of Rawtenstall and is part of the Rossendale Valley. LythamLytham is a seaside town in Lancashire, UK. Lytham is one of the 3 town's that make up Lytham St. ClitheroeClitheroe is an attractive market town in the Ribble Valley in East Lancashire, which claims to be at the geographic heart of England. RawtenstallRawtenstall is a town within the Rossendale area in Lancashire, England. It lies west of Bacup and south of Burnley within The West Pennine Moors. BacupBacup is a small town in East Lancashire close to the border with West Yorkshire. Wrea GreenWrea Green is a village in Lancashire, United Kingdom. The village is located approximately 5 minutes away from the M55 motorway, which joins on to the major M6 road. CleveleysCleveleys or Thornton-Cleveleys is a part of the Wyre local council area in Lancashire, England. CarnforthCarnforth is small town in Lancashire, England. The town is located at the north-east end of Morecambe Bay. FreckletonFreckleton is a village in Lancashire. Situated just north of the river Ribble, Freckleton is one of the oldest villages in the Fylde, Lancashire and is even mentioned in The Domesday Book. FleetwoodFleetwood is a seaside resort and fishing town, in Lancashire, in the North West of England. Grange-over-SandsGrange-over-Sands is also called the "Lakeland Riviera", since the influence of the Gulf Stream gives it an exceptionally mild climate. EarlestownEarlestown and Newton-Le-Willows is famous for its industry, from biscuits to trains and tanks. LeylandLeyland is a town in Lancashire, England located in the West Pennine Moors. Leyland station is on the West Coast Mainline and offers direct services from and to Preston, with links to Chorley, Wigan and Liverpool Poulton-le-FyldePoulton-le-Fylde is a town in Lancashire in England, dating back a thousand years as a small settlement but now grown into a dormitory town on the outskirts of Blackpool which is a few miles to the west. BaxendenBaxenden is a small Town in Lancashire,England.it is near Accrington and is within The West Pennine Council Purposes it is part of The Borough of Hyndburn.