Lancashire redefining unforgettable
Whether it’s to enjoy our rich culture and heritage, to take to our coast and hills for fresh-air fun and some of the best outdoor activities around, or to learn why we’re referred to as ‘food & drink country’ thanks to authentic local produce that’s second to none. Many of our visitors return time and again and more and more are staying for longer breaks and holidays because a day just isn’t long enough here in Lancashire.
This county of contrasts has something for everyone, and all of our tourism and hospitality businesses have been working hard to ensure that they are ready to welcome people back safely. People will get the warm welcome that the county has always offered, but with a genuine dedication to meet all Government guidance even as it evolves. Our businesses are 100% Good to Go.
We have an abundance of award winning restaurants, pubs and coffee shops offering superb hospitality, including Michelin starred Moor Hall, Northcote, and the White Swan at Fence, plus the Inn at Whitewell, which forms part of the Duchy of Lancaster Estate, and the Freemasons, which is the highest ranked and only pub to feature in the Good Food Guide for three years running.
Looking for inspiration
Head to VisitLancashire.com, the official guide for short breaks, days out and places to see in Lancashire. Offering a tantalising glimpse into a county of contrasting landscapes, diverse heritage and plentiful food and drink, covering 3,075 km2 of England’s North West. There is something for everyone, with sweeping countryside, canals and towns. Enjoy stunning views, quiet lanes, rare wildlife and our famous Lancashire coastline.