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Just been to see Mary Poppins on big screen TV on the front lawn at Lytham Hall. Lots of fond memories in a beautiful setting. Planning on going to Open Air Theatre at the weekend 'Hound of the Baskervilles' Saturday and 'Pirates of Penzance' Sunday.
We went Lytham Hall with the family we had tea at the cafe run by a friend of ours, all the staff were good at their jobs and made us welcome,
The actual hall was being painted to spruce it up, the general surroundings are...More
Spent a lovely walking afternoon at Lytham Hall park and ended up in the lovely hall for an afternoon tea.
Would recommend this for a pleasant afternoon out - try on a sunny day as it is a long walk (if you like walking) from...More
Pleasantly surprised how lovely this was. Staff were exceptional and afternoon tea was great along with the price, just less than ten pounds. Dogs are welcome.. Wish I had known! I will be back at christmas.
Lytham Hall is well worth a visit if your in the sea. It doesn't have the financial advantages some of the big balls get, so all improvements are self financed. Check the times of the tours round, they are only £6.00 per person and last...More
I was appalled to hear my friend who is disabled she attended on Sunday and was met with a parking attendant who insisted that she park on the grass field. This was not realistic for her as she has a motorised wheelchair which would not...More
Visited on the 2nd July as part of a visit to Lytham. Our arrangement was to go to the Hall for lunch and we knew the Hall itself wasn't open. We enjoyed our lunch and were really full after a starter and main meal and...More
Although I was brought up in Lytham until the age of 13, I'd never visited the Hall or the estate before. The two tour guides that showed the four of us around were well informed and made what could have been a rather disappointing tramp...More
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yes public transport train SOUTH line brings you to lytham station up the seps and down the road left turn from steps to the hall or a bus number 7 or 11 to Lytham from Blackpool town centre takes you to Lytham square you... More
yes public transport train SOUTH line brings you to lytham station up the seps and down the road left turn from steps to the hall or a bus number 7 or 11 to Lytham from Blackpool town centre takes you to Lytham square you can walk from the square to Lytham Hall that's if you don't mind the walk or the hill - it is quite a walk from the main gate up the long drive to the Hall itself but it’s enjoyable on a sunny day if you don't mind the walk - if there is an event on at the Hall there is usually a bus that takes you up and back but that only if there is an event on the day you visit - its well worth the walk if your disabled you can drive up with your blue badge - hope this helps