Offshore, Lytham St Anne's, The Inn Collection Group, Bradley O'Mahoney

Silverstone Building Consultancy has completed work on the Offshore hotel in Lytham St Anne's. Credit: Bradley O'Mahoney

Work complete on multi-million pound Lytham St Annes hotel

Silverstone Building Consultancy has finished converting two hotels into one 98-bed venue on the seafront.

The GSS designed renovation has seen the former Lindum and Carlton hotels on South Promenade merged to create Offshore, owned by The Inn Collection Group.

Silverstone project managed the redevelopment which included refurbing all bedrooms, extending the front, and adding bar, restaurant, and catering facilities.

The building, which is now open to the public, also has fresh rendering and a large external terrace with outdoor seating overlooking St Anne’s Pier and the Ribble Estuary.

Principal contractor on the project was Manchester-based Medlock, while Maughan Reynolds Partnership carried out the structural and civil engineering works. PWA Planning was the planning consultant for the scheme.

The mechanical and electrical installations were designed by Sine, with Design North responsible for  the interior.

To view the plans, search for reference number 21/0619 on Fylde Council’s planning portal.

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Lovely front garden. Is this a hotel for cars to stay in?

By Anonymous

@anon 11:51 YAWN

By Gilly

All that tarmac for, what, ten parking spaces?

By Ji-Sung

What’s the name?

By Anonymous

We will be stopping there in the near future

By Ian Parker

Good luck with your development.


Been to see and experience the new offshore hotel it is amazing used to go when it was the linden well done to everyone for there outstanding work on the building

By Stephen sharp

Oh those holiday makers will loved there time in one of the most rundown seaside towns in the UK

By St Anne's Local

VERY dog friendly too!!

By Anonymous

Had a last lovely stay with my late husband at Christmas Time.So looking forward to staying again now it’s finally finished

By Anne

Looking forward to trying this hotel out

By Anonymous

So when does it open to the public?and, what is the address’s and phone number?

By Anonymous

We stayed here a few weeks ago and everything was great. The rooms are nice, the staff are friendly and the food was wonderful. We will be back.

By Tracey

It looks really nice & if the price is right we’ll give it a go on one of our regular trips from Cheshire. Many nice comments, whilst there’s always one who has to be nasty & do the resort down (St Annes local).

By Seasider

My husband and I called in for a couple of drinks around tea time a couple of weeks backs it’s very nice they have done a great job doing the place up lovely interiors very nice

By Mrs Hughes

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