How to Have The Perfect Winter Day Out in Silverdale
Silverdale is a beautiful place to visit at any time of year; as part of the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there’s plenty to do and see. Many people flock to the area during the beautiful summer months, but not many consider the area when planning a day out during winter.
It’s not just a summer-only destination, and there are many reasons why Silverdale can make the perfect winter day out for all the family.
Magical Winter Walks
The area surrounding Silverdale is perfect for heading out and exploring. With plenty of stunning walks, a beautiful promenade and plenty of woodlands, there’s something for everyone.
It might be a bit cold, but a good brisk walk along the beach or up and around Arnside Knott will warm you up, and you’ll be rewarded with amazing wintery views over the bay. Make sure to take adequate walking footwear as, although the walk isn’t difficult, if the weather is wet, you’ll want to be wearing something on your feet that can grip and deal with the rain.
There’s also RSPB Leighton Moss nearby, the visitor’s centre of which is open during the winter season up until the end of November. You can still take a wander around this beautiful area and maybe catch a glimpse of some of the local wildlife in their natural habitat.
Take a wander around some of the astonishing woodland areas around Silverdale. There are plenty of different areas to explore, each creating the perfect winter walk - and a great opportunity for some crisp wintery photographs, too!
Silverdale is a quaint little village and has some very unique little shops that are just waiting to be discovered.
Take a wander around and maybe pick up some unique local crafts made by the people of Silverdale as stocking fillers and support the small community while doing so. Even if you venture a little bit out of the village, there are plenty of small businesses selling various gifts, foods and produce.
Find something a little different and get to know some of the locals, too at the Wolf House Gallery where you can buy handmade gifts and original art - or enjoy some coffee and delicious homemade cake!
Speaking of tea and cake, there are plenty of cafes, pubs and bakeries in Silverdale. Whether you fancy some delicious traditional pub grub or just grab a small bite to eat during your day of exploring the area, Silverdale has it all.
Here at the Royal, we cater for all tastes, appetites and needs. Whether you’re planning a stay with us or not, we’ve got a menu that has all your favourite pub dishes, as well as lighter bites if you’re not feeling hungry enough for a big meal. Pizzas, pastas, succulent dishes right off the grill - you’ll be spoilt for choice!
Winter is the perfect time to pop in, as our Christmas menu is not to be missed, and is available from December the 6th.
Our bar is also fully stocked with refreshing beverages, perfect for relaxing at the end of a long day exploring! You can also cosy up by our log burner and enjoy a warm, welcoming atmosphere!
There’s plenty to do in Silverdale in winter - see you when you pop in for a visit!