Yin to neighbour Blackpool’s yang, it is so posh that one golf course isn’t sufficient; it has four, including the illustrious Royal Lytham & St Annes. So posh , indeed, that the entire town appears to consist of wide avenues lined by genteel late Victorian, Edwardian and 1920s villas peeking behind trees.
St Anne’s is a small but bustling resort with a pier, a padding pool and a bandstand: a fully-fledged slice of seaside life. Lytham is an even smaller residential town fronting the estuary of the River Ribble, rather than the sea, with the street lights of Southport twinkling comfortingly across the water.
In short there’s a lot of reasons that make Lytham such a desirable place to live and visit. The famous windmill must attract thousands of tourists each year; there’s plenty of entertainment at Lowther Pavilion as well as the magnificent gardens to stroll through on a nice day. Historic Lytham Hall is another draw.
Lytham sits on the turn of the coastline, where the estuary of the River Ribble opens out to sea. It’s also a very flat beach and as a consequence there’s a big tidal range.
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Public Toilets in Lytham Public toilets in St Annes are operated by Danfo on behalf of Fylde Council. They’re single, self-contained cubicles, operated by a coin slot. To report a problem please contact Danfo on 01253 593141. In the town centre at Pleasant Street Car Park off North Clifton Street .