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Lancaster House Hotel is a deluxe 4-star hotel, a short drive away from the historic city of Lancaster, with its castle and brewery, and a few minutes from Junction 33 of the M6. Lancaster House Hotel offers luxurious accommodation, a leisure club with indoor pool and excellent meetings and events facilities. The hotel has been awarded Gold in the Green Tourism Business Scheme. Located next to Lancaster University.
All 99 en suite bedrooms at Lancaster House are luxuriously appointed with complimentary secure cable broadband, LCD Freeview TVs, in-room safes, work desks and key card access. Rooms range from Classic Doubles to top-end Luxury Studio Suites in beautiful tones of coffee, cream and gold; featuring king size beds, lounge areas and large bathrooms.
The Foodworks Restaurant treats guests to a superb dining experience; from traditional Lancashire dishes, such as the famous Lancashire hot pot, to modern British cuisine, all made from fresh local ingredients. During the summer months, the inner courtyard of The Sandemans Bar makes for delightful al fresco dining.
To relax and unwind, Lancaster House's Sandpiper Leisure Club boasts a 15-metre indoor pool, a children's pool, a large sauna, a steam room, a sun shower and a large gymnasium, sporting Precor fitness equipment. For a little indulgent pampering, the hotel's beauty salon offers an extensive range of treatments and an outdoor hot spa with idyllic country views.
Featuring 16 meeting spaces, including 3 self-contained conference suites, the purpose-built conference centre at Lancaster House can seat up to 200 delegates in a theatre-style layout and houses state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment. Complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi internet access and ample complimentary on-site parking comes as standard.
Whether you're after history and heritage, with Lancaster Castle and Ashton Memorial; culture and entertainment, with museums, arts galleries, theatres and music festivals; or the great outdoors, with the Trough of Bowland, the Crook of Lune, the Lakes and the Dales all within a 30-minute drive, you'll soon discover why Lancaster is a proud county town.
From the moment you step inside Lancaster House, the magnificent minstrels' gallery, with its grand open fireplace, flagstone floor, wood panelling and plush carmine sofas, extends you a warm Lancashire welcome.
Lancaster House Hotel offers 99 en-suite rooms with bath and shower combinations, Satellite TV, radio, direct dial telephone, broadband internet access, in-room safes, smoke alarms, trouser press, hairdryer, tea & coffee making facilities, heating control, iron & ironing board and electric shaver point. The majority of rooms are non-smoking.
Lancaster House Hotel was a green field site build and was opened on the 12th June 1991. Princess Alexandra performed the official opening ceremony on 4th December 1991.
In 2001 Lancaster House celebrated its 10th anniversary with a special dinner attended by Princess Alexandra who as Chancellor of Lancaster University had opened the hotel 10 years previously.
In 2004 Lancaster House announced plans to expand, with 19 additional bedrooms, new conference and function facilities, and extensive improvements to the hotels leisure facilities and beauty salon.
In May 2005 Lancaster House completed a £3.2 million extension and re-development programme consisting of a new conference and banqueting suite, almost doubling the hotels capacity, 19 new luxury bedroom suites, plus expansions to the Sandpiper Leisure Club and Sandeman's Bar.
Lancaster House Hotel
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From M6 Motorway (Heading North) - Come off the M6 motorway at junction 33. Take the A6 north towards Lancaster City Centre. Go straight through the traffic lights in the small village called Galgate. Once through Galgate you will come to another set of traffic lights. Go straight on and you will see Lancaster House Hotel on the hill to the right. Turn right at the turning before the next set of traffic lights. Follow the road up. The entrance to the hotel is on the right hand side on the brow of the hill.
From Manchester Airport - Take the M56 from Manchester Airport. Join the M6 motorway heading north. Leave the M6 motorway at junction 33. Take the A6 north towards Lancaster City Centre. Go straight through the traffic lights in the small village called Galgate. Once through Galgate you will come to another set of traffic lights. Go straight on and you will see Lancaster House Hotel on the hill to the right. Turn right at the turning before the next set of traffic lights. Follow the road up. The entrance to the hotel is on the right hand side on the brow of the hill.
Rail and Bus: Lancaster Station (4 miles). Taxis are available outside the station.
Air: Blackpool Airport (31 miles)
Manchester Airport (57 miles)