Places to Stay in St Annes

Places to Stay in St Annes

For a great holiday with something for everyone, take a look at places to stay in St Annes. It’s a great place to visit, whether it’s for a few days, a traditional family holiday or a slightly longer break.

Choice of Places to Stay in St Annes

You’ll find hotels, guest houses, bed and breakfast, self catering, and more in the area. Plus sites like Eastham Hall Holiday Park.

There’s all kinds of accommodation at St Annes. The traditional Victorian seaside promenade is lined with hotels, apartments, self catering properties and more besides. Then there are lots of other places to stay just off the beaten track.

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It’s not only a great place to stay, it’s a great base from which to explore the other surrounding seaside towns. Visit Lytham, Blackpool, Fleetwood, Cleveleys and the market town of Poulton. Then take a look at the beautiful rural areas of Fylde like nearby Kirkham and Wrea Green.

Have a look at places to stay in St Annes with the pages in this section of the menu.

Places to Stay in St Annes, hotels overlooking the promenade gardens
Places to Stay in St Annes, hotels overlooking the promenade gardens

Have a Great Time!

Spend a while visiting the shops in the town centre, have an ice cream (or two!) and of course, enjoy fresh seaside fish and chips!

St Annes is a family friendly place – it’s full of traditional seaside charm. The seafront has a paddling pool and bandstand, there are attractions and things to do along the promenade. Explore the pier and enjoy miles and miles of golden sandy beaches – build sandcastles on hot days and take a walk on cooler ones.

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Have a look at the Visit St Annes website homepage for more of the latest updates.

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