Royal King's Arms Hotel Lancaster

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

75 Market Street, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA1 1HP, United Kingdom
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66%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
9%
37
Very Good
28%
106
Average
28%
105
Poor
19%
73
Terrible
13%
49

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Similarly priced and rated as other 3 star hotels

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  • Families36
  • Couples50
  • Solo53
  • Business30

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Highly ranked and forward moving university is actually the town's main sources of income. The population of Lancaster itslef is around 15,000 + 5000 students.

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We had a wonderful day on the Lancaster canal on a friends Long Boat. He took us up to Carnforth and back, it was sooooooo relaxing and a lovely sunny day. When we got back we had tea and scones as we watched the sunset over the beautiful view from his mooring. Thanks David for a smashing day look forward to the next time!

Ashton Memorial

by MartinSelway

"History"

Williamson Park is the site of former stone quarries on Lancaster Moor, from where much of the stone for Lancaster's fine buildings was obtained. The drive and pathways were created in C19th but it was James Williamson Snr. who financed the landscaping of the park as we see it today, commissioning Mr. Mclean, landscape Architect, to carry out the work.

The son of James Williamson Snr., Lord Ashton became a millionaire producing oil cloth and linoleum which was exported from the port all over the world. The construction of the Ashton Memorial commenced in 1906 as a tribute to his late wife. Designed by John Belcher, the building is formed of a steel structure with stone cladding. Lancaster Town Hall and The Queen Victoria monument in Dalton Square are other fine examples of Lord Ashton's gifts to his home town.

Over the ensuing years the Memorial fell into disrepair but fortunately was completely restored in 1986-7. The superb restored interior hosts exhibitions and concerts and can be hired for private functions, including wedding ceremonies. The first floor outdoor viewing gallery provides superb views of the surrounding countryside and across Morecambe Bay.

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 Royal King's Arms Hotel Lancaster

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Address: 75 Market Street, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA1 1HP, United Kingdom