With uncertainty still surrounding trips abroad, staycations and short breaks are likely to be a popular choice for many this year.
But a break in Britain doesn't have to be boring. Across the county are quirky places to stay, from a converted helicopter, to glamping pods.
So if you are keen to stay close to home on your first post-lockdown holiday, our friends at Visit Lancashire have compiled a fantastic list of places to stay in the county.
Full details of all the locations listed below can be found by clicking HERE, along with prices and availability.
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1. Hedgerow Luxury Glamping
Surrounded by countryside, Hedgerow offers luxurious accommodation ideal for a romantic break whatever the time of year.
The three available pods, which provide ample opportunities to roam the countryside, are Daisy, Buttercup and Dandelion. Photo: Visit Lancashire
2. Cleveleymere Lakeside Lodges
Award winning 5 star gold waterside luxury unique lodges situated in a 34-acre private, gated nature reserve near the village of Scorton, Lancashire.
Each of the lodges are totally unique and equipped to a very high standard, including large wide screen TVs, BBQs and an array of board and outdoor games. Photo: Visit Lancashire
3. Luxury Studio Cabins - Cartford Inn
Enjoy a stay at the award winning Cartford Inn's new luxury studio cabins - Ziggy and Robin. Each of the two quirky designed cabins have split level bedroom areas, a bathtub at the end of the bed, separate bathroom and walk in shower, 4K smart TV, sound system and WiFi. Photo: Visit Lancashire
4. Lantern & Larks
Just 20 minutes south of Lancaster, the site is set amongst the rolling green patchwork of grazing land stitched together by hedgerows, trees and dry stone walls, with the Bowland Fells as a perfect backdrop – a beautiful place at any time of year. Photo: Visit Lancashire