Stony Lane Retreats is a beautiful family-owned holiday park in the countryside of Lancashire. Situated in an area away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, Stony Lane Retreats is the perfect destination for a holiday any time of the year. The park offers a country lifestyle with stunning views of the magnificent Pennines and plenty of routes for leisure walks.
Stony Lane is surrounded by verdant beauty with a large expanse of green fields and a 5-minute walk to the banks of the Lancaster Canal. The park is open 12 months of the year, allowing you to transform this wonderful space into a retreat. So whether you are planning a summer or winter holiday, Stony Lane Retreats is the ideal destination.
This holiday park has many features worthy of mention, including a large pond at the centre which can also serve as a relaxation spot. The park has a paddock where horses are held, adding a nice farm touch to complete the country feel. Stony Lane Retreats offers residents an opportunity to unwind and kickback, smell the flowers, spend time with friends, have a lovely picnic, sunbathe and admire the landscape.
This park offers the perfect holiday destination for family and company retreats. The tranquil and natural setting provides the ideal backdrop for a classic country holiday. Stony Lane Retreats is located to the north of Garstang and offers residents access to the multitude of sights and attractions the town has to offer. These including, shopping, golfing, fishing, river walks, birdwatching and much more. The park is a gateway for exploring The Lake District, The Fylde Coast, and The Forest of Bowland. Also, you are only 10 miles away from the cities of Lancaster and Preston, which offer a lot of attractions in store for you.
There are a variety of leisure activities to do during the day or at night. Lancaster has a lot of sights and attractions to keep you occupied throughout the year, from festivals and events to restaurants and pubs. If you feel a bit adventurous, go for a boat cruise on the beautiful Lancaster Canal. Kingfisher Cruises operates throughout the year with daily cruises running from various locations during the peak season. Lancaster also has an extensive network of cycling routes, which is the largest in Lancashire.
Some fantastic places to eat and drink in Lancaster include Boot and Shoe (pizza), The Borough (pub), Foodworks at Lancaster House Hotel (restaurant) and many more.
Other attractions include Lancashire Infantry Museum, Ribble Steam Railway and Museum, Preston Market, Brockholes Nature Reserve and many more.
Stony Lane Retreats