The Hideaway

ID: S535520

  • Bedrooms 1
  • ・ Sleeps 2
  • ・ Pets 1

About this property

Perched within the popular seaside resort of Lytham St. Annes, Lancashire, is this contemporary first-floor apartment, The Hideaway. Enjoying a prime location just moments away from the beach and with sea views on offer from its stylish interior, The Hideaway is a fantastic choice for a couple seeking a coastal getaway. Leave your vehicle in the off-road parking space, before making your way to the first floor where you will find your new home from home. Be welcomed into the light and airy open-plan living space, where you will find a well-equipped kitchen for creating tasty dishes, dining seating for two where you can enjoy leisurely meals as you recount the days adventures, and an inviting seating area with TV, perfect for relaxing after a day of adventure. The apartment also enjoys a well-appointed shower room where you can freshen up after a day of exploring the coast, and a tastefully decorated double bedroom for catching your rest ahead of another fun-filled day. Explore the local town, where you can treat your loved one to a well-deserved meal at The Trawl Boat Inn, the Beach Café, or The Firepit Restaurant and Cocktail bar, test our your swing at the excellent golf club, spend a day on the glorious sands of St Anne’s Beach, or spotting the local wildlife at the RSPB Fairhaven Lake Visitor Centre, complete with lakeside café. Next stop is Lytham, where you can tour the esteemed Lytham Hall, visit the historic Lytham Windmill, delve into history at the Life Boat Station, or enjoy the delights of The Lowther Pavilion. For a fun-filled day out, head to the bustling resort of Blackpool, home to the renowned Pleasure Beach, a sea life centre, Blackpool Zoo, Blackpool Model Village and Gardens and Blackpool Wake Park. For all this and more, choose The Hideaway.

Lytham and St. Annes-on-Sea, two popular coastal resorts, are situated along a beautiful stretch of shoreline dotted with lovely parks. For decades, this beautiful area's economy relied solely on fishing. However, the advent of the Industrial Revolution led to the wealthy establishing a prosperous area that has endured until the present day. Just a few minutes' foot travel will take you from Lytham's beachfront to the lush Clifton Street, where you'll find a wonderful selection of locally owned shops, cafes, and restaurants. The restored Windmill and Old Lytham Lifeboat House museum are located on Lytham Green, a grassy strip between the beach and the major coastal road that serves as a landmark with views of the River Ribble and the Welsh Mountains. Lytham Brewery tours are available for beer enthusiasts, and the Ribble Estuary provides a winter sanctuary for over 250,000 migrating birds, making it a great place for walkers and twitchers. The area has four golf courses, the most famous of which is the Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club, which has hosted the Open Championship on two separate occasions. St. Annes-on-Sea has all the hallmarks of a classic coastal resort, such as a picturesque pier and colourful beach huts, perfect for a day of fun in the sun. St. Annes Square and Wood Street, with their quaint cafes, tearooms, restaurants, and boutiques, are just a few minutes' walk from the pier. Lytham St. Annes is a wonderful coastal town with plenty to offer, including lovely long strolls, sunny afternoons on the sand, and fun-filled frolics in adjacent Blackpool. To top it all off, there are plenty of award-winning restaurants, classic pubs, and wine bars in the area for when you feel like a little celebration. Lytham St. Annes is a wonderful option for any kind of vacation at the beach.

Accommodation

First-floor apartment.

One double bedroom.

Shower room with walk-in shower, basin and WC.

Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining and sitting area

Gas central heating.

Oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer.

TV, WiFi.

Fuel and power included in rent.

Bed linen and towels included in rent.

Allocated off-road parking for 1 car.

Sorry, no smoking.

One small dog allowed, Please don't allow them on the furniture.

Shop 0.3 miles, pub and beach 0.2 miles

Nearby points of interest

Reviews (5)

  • Jennifer

    The only negative thing I have to say. Is the shower wasn’t powerful enough, and when we did shower, we couldn’t help but get water on the floor. Maybe a bigger shower screen.

  • Tarquini

    Near the centre and at the sea. The only negative point is the bathroom without window and fan. Another missing accessory is the vacum or an boom to clean the flor.

  • Leslie

    Parking right outside. The only down side was the shower. Getting out was difficult. You had to step on to a step. No hand rail and the floor was wet from the shower. Apart from that the flat was excellent

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