It is well-known for its countryside, canals, coast and towns. There is the unique, wildlife-rich Morecambe Bay, the famous seaside town of Blackpool with its iconic Tower, the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the famous Pendle Hill in the east.
Preston is a historic city and was a great market town, nestled in the heart of Lancashire. This proud city is the seat of Lancashire County Council, houses the main campus of the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) and is home to Preston North End F.C., a founder member of the Football League and the first English football champions.
From the Grade I listed Harris Museum to the Grade II listed Old Post Office, you’ll discover breath-taking architecture when you visit Preston Lancashire. Those who love visiting England’s stately homes will fall head over heels for Samlesbury Hall. Built in 1325, the picturesque hall is stunning both inside and out.
One of the best things about Preston Lancashire is the perfect blend of city life and greenery. Avenham & Miller Parks are beautiful spaces to enjoy a scenic walk in Preston.
Our Penwortham Residential Park is situated in the residential suburb of Penwortham, approximately 2.5 miles south of Preston City Centre which offers excellent shopping and general amenities.