Offshore, Inn Collections Group, p Bradley O'Mahoney

The former Carlton and Lindum hotels will be merged to create Offshore. Credit: via Bradley O'Mahoney

Completion nears on multi-million-pound Lytham St Annes hotel

The Inn Collection Group is set to welcome guests to its 98-bedroom inn off South Promenade in the new year.

Designed by architect GSS, the scheme has seen the merging of the former Carlton and Lindum hotels at 61 and 63-67 South Promenade, respectively, to create the Offshore hotel in Lytham St Annes.

Part of the Inn Collection, Offshore will feature a bar and restaurant, which will cater for up to 204 guests at a time.

Manchester-based Medlock is the principal contractor for the development, which will also see the creation of a 110-cover external terrace to offer guests outdoor seating overlooking St Anne’s Pier and the Ribble Estuary.

Plans for the multi-million-pound conversion also include the replacement of the existing roofs and windows, in addition to a refreshed façade.

Louise Stewart, property director at The Inn Collection Group, said: “This major investment is creating a vibrant new facility for the community and visitors to enjoy, which will also contribute to the wider economy of Lytham St Annes.

“We have rejuvenated the site whilst still retaining its character to deliver a relaxed, welcoming beachside venue.”

Silverstone Building Consultancy is the project manager for the revamp.

Ben Rennocks, director at Silverstone Building Consultancy, said: “It’s incredibly satisfying to see the transformation of the old, dilapidated hotels into the new modern facility.

“On completion, it will be a great-looking venue with quality amenities that make the most of its wonderful, coastal views.”

PWA Planning is the planning consultant for the scheme. The project team also includes structural and civil engineer Maughan Reynolds Partnership and interior architect Design North. Sine designed the mechanical and electrical installations.

To find out more about the development, search for application number 21/0619 on Fylde Council’s planning portal.

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Love St Annes! Hope it will give as much pleasure as the other establishments we have stayed with.

By Carol Milne

Can’t wait to see the transformation. Used to stay at the old Lindum. GOOD LUCK AND CONGRATULATIONS 🥳

By Marian Christian

Have often stayed at Lindum glad to hear they are reopening looking forward to coming for a stay at Offshore

By Anonymous

It looks a fantastic development, somewhere to stay and enjoy good food in a great environment. If you need someone to test it out before opening we would be glad to.

By Stephen kendall

Looking forward to staying at Offshore.
Always stayed at the Lindum in the past.

By Linda Sincup

Hopefully with a generous, not token, nod, to a few accessible rooms and bathrooms. Given the popularity of the resort with an older, relatively affluent clientele, this would be a pointer for success.

By Sheila Cornelius

We loved the Lindum,stayed in room 101 several times.Will visit asap.

By Amelia Mobey

Can’t wait to stay here at the Offshore. Many fantastic family Christmas’s were spent at the Lindum hotel in the 60″s 70’s and 80’s . Happy memories so would love to see the new hotel and make more.

By Lynn Needham

our favourite hotel stayed a few times and cant wait to return good luck 👍👍

By Joyce Wiltshire

Does the hotel welcome coach parties .


We use to always stay at the Lindum so super excited to see and stay at The Offshore Hotel. It’s looking amazing already x 🥰

By Alison Newby

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