Bluebells Apartments of Lytham



Bluebells Apartments

Welcome to Bluebells self catering apartments in the heart of Lytham. We are a family run business, situated on a quiet residential street two minutes walk from Lytham town centre. We reside on the premises assuring you of the personal touch and peace of mind.


Bluebells Apartments while staying in Lytham…

Free WiFi

Comfy Rooms

Public Transport

Early check-in, late check-out


Our Hotel’s Guests:

Fantastic location, fantastic hosts and the accommodation was perfect


Fantastic weekend away with great friends in a wonderful apartment. Everything was perfect. I contacted Jenny a couple of days before check in to see if an early check in would be possible and she gladly accommodated that. Friendly welcome and Jenny showed us around the apartment. Little touches like milk, tea coffee and crumpets…


From booking to leaving was effortless and perfect. Where do you want to start, every single thing you want away from home is here and more much more, it’s the best accommodation we have stayed in except some 5star hotels but cost a lot more.Would not hesitate to recommend this accommodation to anyone with confidence…



Lytham is a lovely small town on the Fylde coast. We call it Leafy Lytham because many of the roads are tree lined. There is the famous green with the windmill, which is open during the summer months. There are plenty of bars and restaurants locally, within walking distance from the house. The Taps is a local pub famous for guest bitters . There are Italian and Indian and Chinese restaurants, Tapas bars, music bars, restaurants serving fine food, pizza parlours, also lots of takeaways if you fancy a quiet night in. Nearby is the Royal Lytham Golf Club, where the Open is played. Also there are 3 other golf courses in Lytham and St. Annes. If you have children Park View 4U is an award winning children’s play area with skate park, BMX race track, swings, roundabouts slides and a nice café. Lowther Gardens is very close with a small theatre, a bowling green, crazy golf and rose gardens. Blackpool is a few miles away if you want the lights and fun. The illuminations are on throughout September and October and are truly spectacular to see. The world renowned golden sands are now a blue………………….. beach. Walkers will have a great choice of walks setting off from the house. You can walk along the promenade, south along the estuary where you can see Southport across the water and watch the sailing boats going out with the tide. There is a long tradition of shrimping here, there is a lovely statue in Lowther Gardens of a Lytham shrimper. Walking north along the promenade towards St. Annes you pass Fairhaven Lake where you can hire a boat and picnic on the grass here there is a Spitfire plane, a good photo opportunity. Carrying on towards St. Annes and the pier there are lots of places to see, a life size statue of Les Dawson for example, and miles of beach where they hold sand yacht competitions and spectacular kite exhibitions. You can carry on as far as you want, Blackpool is a few miles down the road. On another walk there is a lovely wood, Witchwood, where the witch is buried. See if you can find her grave. She was the favourite horse of Squire Clifton who lived at Lytham Hall. Lytham Hall is another nice place to visit, there are regular open air plays and other entertainments. There is a good café with home made food and great walks around the grounds. It’s beautiful at snowdrop and bluebell time. At the beginning of August the town is packed for the Lytham Festival, with this year l. See website for acts. We are buzzing this week. Everybody is enjoying the music, even if they just sit on the green and listen. This is our busiest time with a wonderful atmosphere. If you stay here you can easily walk to the venue, 5 or 6 minutes, so you can not worry about parking and enjoy a drink. Following on from that is the ww2 weekend when folks from all over dress in 40s clothes. The shops all join in too with vintage window displays. On Lytham Green over the weekend there are amazing displays and processions with tanks and jeeps. There are camps with demonstrations of how it was behind the lines, all very authentic and interesting.