Marine Beach and the outer promenade at Fleetwood is an idyllic spot, where you’ll find beach huts (or chalets if you prefer!)
Users can sit and enjoy uninterrupted views across the sea with Morecambe Bay in the background.
Whatever the weather, it’s an unspoilt landscape with miles of rolling golden sands and a different scene to enjoy every day.
All of the beach huts in Fleetwood are in the area of seafront around Marine Beach – around both sides of the Marine Hall.
Original Beach Huts
The original beach huts (or chalets if you prefer to call them that!) in Fleetwood are to the rear of the children’s playground at the side of the Marine Hall, with some at the other side of the Marine Hall as you head towards the kite shop.
Additional Beach Huts
Wyre Council added a further ten beach huts on the outer promenade at Fleetwood, on the corner adjacent to the kite club and cafe, in 2014. Huts had stood there in the past and prior to the new ones being built the original concrete pads could still be seen.
Brightly painted and built with a simple traditional design in timber with a felt roof, the huts have a door and window in the front overlooking the beach, which are protected with a shutter when not in use.
Marine Hall Colonnade Beach Huts
In 2016, the space below the colonnade at the Marine Hall was converted into ten modern beach chalets.
Marine Hall colonnade beach chalets, as seen from the beach
These new beach chalets are let on a six year lease, with an annual rent of a minimum of £1,800 (£1,500 plus VAT), fixed for the duration of the Lease. The Tenant is responsible for internal and external maintenance (excluding the roof), services, building insurance and business rates, and legal fees for taking over the tenancy.
Would you like your own Beach Hut?
Visit Fleetwood is independently published by The Rabbit Patch Ltd. We’re a design and creatives company right here on the Fylde Coast and we have an online shop where we sell our own original art.
This is our beach hut watercolour painting – available framed or as a plain print. Follow the link and have a look around at both local scenes and traditional seaside views.