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Lytham Hall Lytham Hall Park The Tea Room is within the grounds., Lytham St Anne's FY8 4JX England
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PGA Guided Golf Tour to The Open 2021 Open - Royal St Georges & England
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PGA Guided Golf Tour to The Open 2021 Open - Royal St Georges & England

Moran Golf Tours is a boutique golf travel company that manages small-group golf tours that are (almost) all inclusive and guided by PGA Professionals. Moran Golf Tours is an Open Championship Authorised Provider. <br><br>Join us for our 2020 British Golf Tour to England play six of England’s spectacular Open Championship venues, from Liverpool to London, and then to Kent, before taking in the raw emotion and enthralling playmaking at The Open at Royal St Georges.<br><br>At Moran Golf Tours, we take care of all the details so you can focus on the golf, including:<br>- internal transport<br>- golf at six championship courses<br>- accommodation<br>- most meals, and<br>- PGA professional coaching.
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Daniel S wrote a review Jan 2021
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A fantastic experience and defiently worth a visit. A mind blowing building and the tour guide had a wealth of knowledge. So much to see and learn and everyone is so friendly. There is also an allotment and a few farm animals outside which is great for the kids, and you MUST go to the tea rooms........ the food is devine, the seating is comfortable and prices are affordable. It was that good we ordered another High Tea. A wonderful day out and would visit again.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Clashcity wrote a review Nov 2020
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This is a beautiful and grand public park and woodlands maintained by the heritage trust and free for the general public. Superb walks for people and dog walkers alike in beautiful surroundings. Awesome cafe and also a few places to purchase some antiques.this place is very well maintained and all the work is done by enthusiastic volunteers.well done lytham hall keep up the good work for all to enjoy.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Joan wrote a review Oct 2020
Lytham St Anne's, United Kingdom5 contributions1 helpful vote
The grounds have undergone a wonderful transformation over the past few years, lots of trails and lovely planting. I love it here on a sunny day
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Debra H wrote a review Oct 2020
Lytham St Anne's, United Kingdom77 contributions11 helpful votes
Lytham Hall is a hidden gem. The grounds are lovely to walk around, with a couple of ponds and some really delightful flower borders, in Summer. There is a big lawn area at the front of the house which is picture perfect for picnics. The picturesque kitchen garden is wonderful to walk around - and if you are lucky - or go earlier enough in the season - you can buy produce there. There is also an unobtrusive garden centre which sells lots of great coastal plants. A little pricey. The House is fabulous to visit. The rooms are arranged so that you can completely imagine life there. However, I was a little aggravated by the guides who I felt hounded by. Really, I think the guides need to ask the permission of the visitor regarding information. I felt machine-gunned by chat. In addition to this, two of the voices were loud and irritating and actually detracted from the enjoyment of the visit! Fortunately, this is easily recified, by offering visitors a choice about having a guide talk at them. Maybe even the option of a cleanable laminated information sheet, or two, offered by the guides, in each room? Every visitor is different and some would willingly engage with the guides - but not me - and their approach marred my visit. I understand that they are volunteers - and are probably a bit bored standing around - but a bit of volunteer training about approaching visitors might not go amiss. An important thing to note is that the Hall does not have enough free disabled car parking spaces. It would be easy to create a number of them by the car park adjacent to the reclaimation/antiques shop. I can never find a space now the Hall has decided to charge for car parking. Come on Lytham Hall - think about your older or disabled visitors - at present - the disabled car parking just is not adequate! Other than that, the Hall has recently introduced a paying car park, which makes the visit no longer a free attraction for most people (the Hall driveway is long and most use cars).
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Lynng wrote a review Sep 2020
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I arranged a funeral gathering at Lytham Hall for my father recently and I could not have chosen a better venue. The staff were so caring and attentive. The food and drink provided was perfect. We had our event in the Boardroom which was lovely and beautiful grounds. Thanks so much. I highly recommend.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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