Lytham Hall is a fine grade 1 listed 18th century manor house on the lancashire coast. The Hall is situated in 80 acres of mature parkland, and was built for Thomas Clifton by John Carr of York between 1752-1764 on the site of an earlier manor house and Priory settled by Benedictine monks from Durham.
Lytham Hall and grounds offer an ideal venue for events, conferences and meetings with a full catering service which can be tailored to specific requirements including buffets, receptions, lunches, dinners or banquets. The Hall is licensed for civil ceremonies. Marquee receptions are held in the grounds.
Lytham Hall Grounds are open Monday to Friday (admission free) and the Hall and Grounds are open Sundays (charges may apply). The Tea Room is open Tuesday to Friday & Sundays serving light lunches. For more info see Programme of Events page.
Please note that we are closed on Saturdays for Private Functions.
Call the Estate Office for further information on 01253 736652.