Our gorgeous Hy Hotel is nestled in the heart of St Annes, just next to the beautiful coastline and surrounded by some great walks for all the family. If you’re planning your next staycation, why not come and say Hy to St Annes Pier.

St Annes Pier

St Annes Pier is home to an abundance of exciting activities and is just a short walk from our hotel in Lytham St Annes. Many locals and tourists head to St Annes promenade for a scenic walk into Ansdell or even further into Lytham. Keep your eyes peeled on a clear day to see all the way over to Southport! If you fancy a game of golf during your walk, you can visit multiple venues for an outdoor game.

Along the pier, there are a few cafes, so don’t worry about planning a walk over lunch time. If you’d prefer to bring your own picnic for lunch on the beach, feel free. Our luxury aparthotels are all self catering, allowing you complete freedom over when it’s time to eat. We can also sort your shopping for you if you can provide us with a list prior to your stay.

If you’re planning on heading out further after your walk down St Annes Pier, you can also bring the car. The St Annes Pier car park has many spaces available for a small price. You won’t regret a visit to the Fylde Coast. Our location puts us right in the middle of the action, close to the shops as well as a range of restaurants and cafes.

Cafes and restaurants St Annes

St Annes Splash Park

Just a few years ago, the St Annes splash park was created! It’s an outdoor water park filled with fun activities for everyone. It has been built with everyone in mind as parents can enjoy a sit down around the side of the park, maybe you’ll even want to grab a coffee from a local cafe. Just across the way, there’s one of the most equipped parks in Lytham St Annes. The whole family will be entertained for hours. The splash park is a short walk down the St Annes promenade and really is a great experience.

Lytham St Annes History

There’s many exciting aspects of Lytham St Annes’ history that can be explored during your stay. Ashton Gardens is just across the way from us and can be seen from many of our luxury aparthotel windows. This park was built back in 1875 and was bought for the locals of the area to enjoy. It is a lovely space with a cafe and a War Memorial as well as a park and lots of nature.

Visiting Lytham St Annes is a great idea all year round, in summer you can enjoy the beach and the local amenities and in winter there’s often lots of Christmas themed activities taking place. The locals love it and so will you. The population of the Fylde Coast is over 40,000 and the lovely seaside town of St Annes was founded in 1875. It wasn’t until 1922 that St Annes merged with Lytham to create what we now call ‘Lytham St Annes’.

If you’re looking to explore the history of Lytham St Annes, you could visit the local library, which has a gorgeous exterior, dating back to older times. Lytham St Annes is full of activities for all the family and there’s no need to spend a lot of money either. Many amenities are free or available for a very small price.

Maybe you’re willing to travel around the local area, in which case you can use the train. In 1963, the train line from Preston to St Annes was formed, allowing people to travel between the towns easily. There’s lots to do during a day out around Lancashire.

Lytham St Annes trainline

If this sounds like a great idea for a day out for you and your family, you’ll be needing the Lytham St Annes Pier postcode – FY8 2NG. If you’re after more activities in the local area, you can check out our blog on things to do in St Annes and Lytham.

We hope to welcome you during your visit to Lytham St Annes and we’re always happy to advise you on events around the local area. Come and say Hy!