Introducing Mode Lytham
Opening Spring 2019
Situated in the heart of Lytham, amongst the shops, restaurants and bars our room-only, 16-room, stylish stayover accommodation, is designed to meet the diverse needs of both those arriving in Lytham at weekends and the others who visit during the week.
You can expect affordable, boutique-style accommodation and the exceptional service you have come to expect from Mode. Keep in touch with developments and introductory offers by signing up to our e-newsletter:
Didn't realise Lytham & St Annes were two separate towns? Well now you know! St Annes is the seaside resort with the beach and the Pier and a couple of miles down the road is Lytham, with the Green, Windmill and fantastic Summer festival which attracts hundreds of revellers every year.
Lytham is famous for its boutique shopping. Explore a great choice of independent shops, Stringers department store and high street brands such at Fat Face, Poppy and Sea Salt. There are many cafés and coffee shops and the range of restaurant is superb. Chains including Pizza Express, Ego and Gusto sit alongside well-established and brand new independent eateries including The Olive Tree, Spago and The Deacon. There is a venue to suit any taste bud. Bars such as Capri and Barrique and traditional pubs such as The Taps and The Queens mean there is something for everyone.
All a stones throw away from Mode Lytham.
Our new venture
Our extensive transformation of the two-storey building into a comfortable boutique-style guest accommodation will take place in the months ahead. Once it opens its doors, the venue will be a much-needed stay-over option for those weekend leisure-seekers travelling by train to enjoy the vibrant Lytham bar and restaurant scene to the full.
Our Owner, Andrew Whitaker, talks about the plans.
“We have chosen to go down a room-only route to keep the price affordable and encourage visitors to eat out and enjoy Lytham’s many restaurants and bars. When there is so much to enjoy on the doorstep, we do not wish to provide guests with meals they do not want, or get them up early for breakfast, when they wish to relax and slumber.
“At weekends, it will be a venue at which visitors can get their head down and not worry about catching the last train home. During the week, it will be one that becomes a convenient and comfortable in-and-out base for business or family engagements.