The Ashton

Guest Accommodation in Lancaster, Lancashire

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The Ashton, Lancaster

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Relax, restore and revive at The Ashton.This handsome Georgian house is built in the warm sandstone that characterises Lancasters finest buildings. Set in acre of grounds youre assured of peace and quiet as well as somewhere safe to park.Owner run with flair and passion; inside youll find an aura of understated glamour and utter luxury. Muted colours flow throughout the house, creating calm in a harsh world, while jewel colours and sparkling crystal enliven.The Ashton, Lancasters only 5 star rated hotel, gives you the quality you would expect - then goes that bit further.Tea and cake on arrival, bowls of sweets dotted around the house, fresh fruit outside your door on waking, your favourite newspaper, robes to lounge in, pampering products from REN and a selection of books to peruse.

With massages and treatments available The Ashton is the ultimate get-away-from-it-all hotel.Imaginative breakfasts use the best local ingredients; Port of Lancaster Smokehouse kippers, breads from the Munx Lakeand Bakery. Dinner is available and freshly made with local in season produce.As for location, the hotel is adjacent to Williamson Park and its Ashton Memorial; vantage point for one of Britains finest views. Historic city skyline, the vast expanse of Morecambe Bay and the Lakeland Fells beyond.

The remote beauty of the Forest of Bowland is on the doorstep and, with the M6 junction nearby, the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales, Blackpool and Manchester are all within easy reach.For the business traveller high speed wireless internet, writing desk and digital televisions with integral DVD players, turn work into a pleasure. Small conferences can be catered for. Lancaster University and the University of Cumbria are minutes away.The Ashton, Lancaster - serious comfort.

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