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Visit Lancashire: Official Guide for Days Out and Places to See across the North West

Lancashire has all the ingredients for a relaxing breakaway this season. From the stunning countryside of the Ribble Valley and Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to the historic city of Lancaster you’ll find everything you need to plan your visit, on the official tourist board website for Lancashire.

Take your pick from traditional coaching inns, luxury hotels, friendly pubs and peaceful self-catering cottages, and its rich picking when it comes to seasonal food with a raft of locally reared meat and game on the menu. Why not discover Lancashire’s diverse heritage at Samlesbury Hall near Preston by joining a guided tour of this beautiful stately home.

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