Stay With Us

Located in the heart of historic Lancaster, our beautifully refurbished hotel is ideally placed for you to enjoy the romance and culture of this great city and the surrounding areas of Morecambe Bay and South Lakes, Trough of Bowland and Yorkshire Dales. Lancaster is one of England’s Heritage Cities and offers something for everyone, whatever the weather. With its famous castle and prison, tales of the Pendle Witch trials, quirky independent stores, great theatres, hidden alleyways, art galleries, fabulous museums and stunning Georgian architecture, Lancaster is a great destination for your next break. And if travelling on business, book an extra night, enjoy an evening in The Brasserie or Crypt and a day exploring the city.
 

Our Bedrooms

Housed within this historic building, reborn in the centre of Lancaster, are 55 unique bedrooms offering a choice of styles, sizes and prices. Whichever room you choose, you can be sure of a comfortable bed with crisp bed linen and everything required for a great night’s sleep. Booking directly with the hotel offers many advantages including the best possible price, and the possibility of a free upgrade.

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Welcome

Artisan Hotels and your team at the Royal Kings Arms would like to extend a warm welcome to all our guests. We are still currently busy restoring this historic building to its former glory and look forward to meeting you on your next visit.

Hotel Manager Royal Kings Arms Lancaster

Bob Warrior

General Manager
Royal Kings Arms Hotel Lancaster

Managing Director Artisan Hotels Limited

Tony Flanagan

Managing Director
Artisan Hotels Limited

Places to visit in and around Lancaster

Lancaster Town Hall
Historic Lancaster

One of England’s Heritage Cities, Lancaster has something magical to offer every visitor. A famous castle, fascinating museums, stunning architecture, cosy old fashioned pubs and trendy coffee shops are just some of its highlights. Lancaster is also a creative city with not one, but two theatres, two annual music festivals, the Storey Gallery, tempting independent shops, and the icing on the cake is surely the famous Williamson Park and Ashton Memorial.

Morecambe Bay
Morecambe Bay

The magnificent Morecambe Bay stretches from the south west corner of the Lake District to Fleetwood in Lancashire, and is just a 15 minute drive from the Royal Kings Arms. At the heart of the bay is the famous art deco town of Morecambe itself, and there is no better place from which to admire the panoramic views than from this seaside town’s promenade and statue of its most famous son, the late great comedian Eric Morecambe.

Forest of Bowland copyright attr Visit Lancashire
The Trough and Forest of Bowland

The Forest of Bowland is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and just a few miles from the city of Lancaster. With its sweeping moorlands, picturesque villages, dry stone walls, clusters of farmsteads and seemingly endless skies, this is surely a paradise for walkers and wildlife enthusiasts alike. If you are looking for unforgettable landscapes and respite from the hustle and bustle of city life, the Trough and Forest of Bowland are not to be missed.

Buttertubs Yorkshire Dales copyright Andrew Sheldon 2015
Yorkshire Dales

We may be proud Lancastrians, but there is no denying the beauty of the Yorkshire Dales. The Yorkshire Dales National Park has many faces, in parts wild and windswept, in others quaint and tranquil. It includes some of the finest limestone scenery in the UK, with crags and pavements, underground caves and spectacular waterfalls. Famous for tea, the Settle to Carlisle Railway and its stunning landscape the Yorkshire Dales are within an hour’s drive from Lancaster.

Bowness Pier copyright Andrew Sheldon 2016
Kendal & Southern Lake District

Famous the world over for its astounding natural beauty and unique culture, is the area of South Lakeland. There are mountains, lakes, tarns and meres to explore, the towns of Windermere, Kendal and Ambleside to visit and the home and life of the most famous children’s author Beatrix Potter to discover. Take a cruise across Windermere, a trip on a steam train or simply admire the unforgettable views.

The staff are very friendly and attentive. The lobby bar has excellent IPA on draft! There are comfy, relaxing chairs and music, very pleasing decor and ambience. The food in the restaurant was cooked with care and attention to detail, as well as being just the right portion sizes and healthy. We stayed in room 214 which was very comfortable and quiet, again, with nice decor. All in all we had a great stay and it was a pleasure to spend time relaxing in the lobby and restaurant when it was raining outside and the experience was also great because it was very quiet, felt like we had the place to ourselves.
Dom Harte
July 2020

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