Visit Fleetwood and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Fleetwood, Lancashire, faces into Morecambe Bay at the mouth of the River Wyre. On a clear day you can see from the Mount Pavilion, above the Marine Hall and gardens, across the bay to the Lake District fells and inland to the Lune valley and the Pennines.
Fleetwood was originally the northern terminus of the railway from Euston, with connections by sea to Scotland and Ireland. In 1847 Queen Victoria first set foot in Lancashire at Fleetwood on her return from Scotland.
Fleetwood is a fishing port and a resort, bounded by the sea on three sides. It has a fine promenade and spacious sea-front gardens, a marine pool and an amusement park.
The town was founded in 1836 by Sir Peter Hesketh-Fleetwood of Rossall Hall, 2 miles to the South, which became a public school in 1844. Decimus Burton laid out the town, but did not complete the plan. His buildings include the North Euston Hotel, Queen's Terrace, both lighthouses and the lodge to the Mount Pavilion.
Nearby towns: Blackpool, Lancaster, Morecambe, Poulton-le-fylde, Thornton-cleveleys
Nearby villages: Cleveleys, Cockerham, Esprick, Forton, Galgate, Garstang, Great Eccleston, Heysham, Inskip, Kirkham, Little Singleton, Lytham, Middleton, Norbreck, Overton, Pilling, Preesall, Scotforth, St. Michaels on Wyre, Torrisholme, Weeton, Winmarleigh
Have you decided to visit Fleetwood or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Fleetwood bed and breakfast (a Fleetwood B&B or Fleetwood b and b)
- a Fleetwood guesthouse
- a Fleetwood hotel (or motel)
- a Fleetwood self-catering establishment, or
- other Fleetwood accommodation