Lytham Quays is perfectly positioned for commuting, with Lytham station connecting directly to Preston and the West Coast Mainline to London. The M55 lies just ten minutes drive away, connecting you to the M6 in under 30 minutes, while the main A584 also passes close by the development, providing an alternative route to Preston. Stagecoach runs a wide range of bus services serving the development, while Lancashire County Council operates a home to school transport scheme.
Residents on the development are encouraged to participate in car club schemes and share the costs of travelling, and to use shopping websites to avoid unnecessary trips to the supermarket.
Lytham Quays enjoys a range of facilities within 20 mins walking distance of the development, including a Booths supermarket. Lytham itself is an excellent place to shop, with tree-lined streets packed with designer boutiques and fascinating antiques, plus the Clifton Walk Arcade. Nearby Blackpool and Preston offer an even wider choice of shops with major malls and arcades to browse and buy.
Out and about
Lytham attracts international interest, with the Open Golf Championships a regular visitor, and world-class stars, such as Alfie Boe, appearing at the annual Lytham Proms. Add in a choice of stylish restaurants, continental markets and flourishing gardens and you may never want to leave, but when you do, there’s lots more to discover.
Beyond the town, you’ll find an incredible choice of leisure and entertainment, all within easy reach. The bright lights and thrill rides of Blackpool are just nine miles to the north, or if you prefer your leisure a little quieter, the stunning scenery of the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District national parks, are both under an hour’s drive away.
Local GP services are provided by Holland House Surgery on Victoria Street, with dental care offered at Lytham Dental Clinic. The area is well served by both state and independent schools.