Lytham hotels get multimillion makeover


A multimillion-pound renovation to convert two hotels into a modern, family inn on the seafront at Lytham St Annes, has been completed by Silverstone Building Consultancy.

The former Lindum and Carlton hotels have been merged to create a new 98-bed venue called Offshore, on behalf of the owners, The Inn Collection Group.

Leeds-based Silverstone Building Consultancy project managed the redevelopment which included full refurbishment of all the bedrooms, the addition of an extension to the front, a new bar, restaurant and catering facilities.

Making the most of the position on the Lancashire coast, a large external terrace has also been created to offer outdoor seating which overlooks St Anne’s Pier and the Ribble Estuary.

The roof and windows have been replaced, a new kitchen installed and the exterior elevations, freshly rendered.

Ben Rennocks, director at Silverstone Building Consultancy’s Leeds office, said: “It’s incredibly satisfying to see this transformation of two old, dilapidated hotels into a new, modern facility. It’s a great looking venue with quality amenities that make the most of its wonderful, coastal views.”

The principal contractor was Manchester-based Medlock, GSS was the architect and Maughan Reynolds Partnership carried out the structural and civil engineering works. Sine designed the mechanical and electrical installations and Design North created the interior look and feel.

Louise Stewart, property director at The Inn Collection Group, said: “This major investment has created 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.”

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