Country flags for UK, Spain, Germany, France, China and Italy Speedy Booker Partner Sites


Bed and breakfast accommodation in Lancaster Monasteries

• Unique and peaceful Monastery stays like no other

• Enjoy one of a kind guest accommodation in some of the most historic and beautiful buildings in Lancaster on the doorstep of some of United Kingdom's most renowned tourist attractions.

• provides a unique opportunity for anyone to stay in beautiful Monastery accommodation across Lancaster and the surrounding area, the perfect base for a peaceful, relaxing retreat.

Lancaster Visitor information

Williamson Park is an Edwardian Baroque memorial place with a wonderful park & a huge variety of different routes and paths, the views of the fantastic building are a huge landmark in the area, and you can also enjoy spectacular views of Lancaster and the coast.  

Lancaster Castle with its 1000 years of history, you can visit its old cells, shire Hall and Crown Court. 

Take a walk along the Lancaster Canal, which runs through the heart of the city with 43 miles of lock free canal, you can even take a pleasure cruise with ‘’Lune Aqueduct Cruise’’ across the Georgian aqueduct over the River Lune. 

Lancaster City Museum is full of local history, it can be found in the Market Square and is a beautiful Georgian building, it has a good selection of exhibits to see and has displays of its army regiment. 

Lancaster has a good variation of Restaurants and cafes which can all mainly be found in the city Centre, with a few branching out further afield. 


Lancaster is a small City so makes a good location to walk around or ride a bike on the streets as there are many off road cycle paths available.

The Bus Station is in the City Centre and has frequent bus services running around the City and to surrounding areas, there is Lancaster Railway Station just 5 minutes away walking distance.

The Train is a great option for visiting surrounding areas such as Morecambe or Heysham which are both on the Coast, or other desired locations!  

You can travel by car or Taxi around the City very easily; the main taxi ranks can be found at the Bus station and Railway Station. 

History of Lancaster

Lancaster has a wide range of historic buildings, with many fine examples of Georgian Architecture. 

A Roman Fort was built in the 1st century on the hill where Lancaster Castle now stands.

Lancaster Castle is a medieval castle, its early history is unknown however it was a prison for centuries and it is thought that it was founded in the 11th century on the site of a roman fort. It was enlarged by Elizabeth I in the 13th Century. 

Lancaster Cathedral is also known as the Cathedral Church of St Peter founded in 1798, it was a Roman Catholic Parish Church until 1924, when it was then made into a cathedral. 

In 18112 Roman Baths were discovered, presumably there was a bathhouse that belonged to the 4th century fort. 

There is little known history of Lancaster between the end of the Roman Rule in the 5th Century and the Norman Conquest in the 11th Century. 

There is archaeological evidence suggesting there was a monastery near the site of Lancaster Priory by the 700s. 

Lancaster had gained its first charter in 1193 as a borough and market town and in 1937 it was given its City status. Many buildings in the City Centre date from the 19th century, due to the port becoming one of the busiest in the UK. 

This website uses cookies. Click here to read our Privacy Policy.
If that’s okay with you, just keep browsing. CLOSE