The fine Palladian style house was commissioned by Sir Thomas Clifton in 1752 to replace a previous house on the site, the seat of the Clifton family.
The house survives with little alteration today and is regarded as one of the best works of the eminent architect, John Carr of York. He spent ten years completing the design, which incorporated some of the earlier 16th-century house, the remains of which are still visible in the Courtyard and West Wing.
Please come along for a tour of the Georgian Hall.
Our newly refurbished West Wing has the facilities to cater for a event in a formal or informal style with food and beverages available. There are facilities available to meet all your function’s needs with ample car parking / disabled parking on site. Ramp and lift access is available to the conference suites.
Why not let us take the strain out of organising your next private function?
Today’s opening hours
Parkland open every day. House open for tours on Sundays, and from Tuesdays to Sundays from Easter to October.
Georgian Hall: Every Sunday until Easter 2019. Easter to October - Tuesday - Sunday inclusive. By Guided tour only at 12 p.m. & 2 p.m.
PLEASE NOTE - SUNDAYS IN SEASON ARE "FREEFLOW" OPEN HOUSE. NO GUIDED TOURS, HOWEVER GUIDES AVAILABLE FOR INFORMATION.
Guided tours: From noon, 2pm.
Parkland: Every day, 10am to 4.30pm.
Winter season (Until Good Friday): Sunday tours at 12pm and 2pm
Summer season (Until the end of October):Mon–Friday – Guided tours at 12pm and 2pm, Sundays – Freeflow entry – 12pm until 3pm. No Tours on Saturdays.
Situated 3 miles off the M55 motorway, junction 4.
- Offers bike storage
Car park on site
Whiteside's 01253 711611
Historic Houses members visit for free.
Parkland : free except on Sundays and Bank Holidays
House tours: Adults: £6 / Children: £3
- Accessible parking
- Guide dogs welcome
- Accessible toilets
- Wheelchair ramps/routes
Group tours are welcome by prior arrangement, for groups of 10 or more people. Our tours give an insight into the history of the colourful Clifton family, who were accused of conspiracy during the Lancashire plot to restore James II to the throne. The 78 acres of mature parkland surrounding the Hall can also be explored at your own leisure.
We offer a full range of refreshment options. Should you wish to make a booking, please contact the Estate Office and we will send a booking form to confirm your requirements. A tour of Lytham Hall lasts about one hour.
We are delighted that you are considering holding your Wedding with us here at Lytham Hall. Lytham Hall is a fine grade 1 listed 18th Century Georgian manor house, which sits at the end of a mile long driveway surrounded on all sides by almost 80 acres of parkland.
We are licensed for civil ceremonies or civil partnership ceremonies in both the Georgian Hall and our newly refurbished West Wing. Both are full of charm, character and steeped in history. Our maximum capacities are 60 guests for a ceremony in the Gold Room with 90 guests in the West Wing. We can also hold your Wedding Breakfast & Evening Reception in the West Wing.
Large parties in excess of 90 for a sit down meal can be accommodated in a marquee reception on the front lawn. For such occasions the hall can be used for photographs, drinks and canapes or a ceremony and then guests would go through to the marquee for the meal and evening entertainment
Lytham Hall is perfectly suited to cater for your corporate event whether it be a conference or corporate entertaining.
The refurbished West Wing has the facilities to cater for meetings and conferences in a formal or informal style with food and beverages available. There are facilities available to meet all your conference needs with ample free car parking / disabled parking on site. Ramp and lift access available to the conference suites.