Lytham St Anne's is another Victorian beach holiday and was aimed at a 'higher class' than Blackpool, which was seen as for the working class daytripper. A boating lake, historic windmill and the Royal Lytham St Anne's golf course are all in the area and worth a visit. Lytham St Annes is actually two places, each with their own beach and rules.

St Anne's beach, which is closest to Blackpool and has a pier, does not allow dogs on the beach in summer (from 1 May to 30 September), but they are allowed on the promenade on a lead throughout the year.

Lytham's beach doesn't have the same restrictions. Dogs are allowed here all year round, but they do ask that they are on a lead or under close control (great recall). Make sure you check any signage around you for where your dog must be on a lead.

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Lytham St Anne's Beaches
Lytham St Anne's Beach Experience

Explore the dual beaches of Lytham St Anne's before heading over to the Station Pub and Grill to earn back those calories you burned!

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Lytham St Anne's Beaches