Once a Saxon fishing village and later home to the Benedictine Monks in the 13th century, Lytham emerged into a Victorian holiday destination shaped by inspired town planning and tree planting by the Clifton family. Lytham is steeped in heritage and history. It has both a grandeur and a humble heart, where today shrimping and fishing are celebrated in fine dining and hospitality.
Lytham’s iconic windmill, situated on the green adjacent to the Ribble Estuary, is a much-loved landmark and photo opportunity. Lytham Hall is one of the finest Georgian Houses in Lancashire, and the residential streets and avenues of this coastal town reflect a long history of progressive yet sympathetic economic development.