Things To Do
There are plenty of ways to enjoy yourself at Vitalise Sandpipers.
Our choice of Breaks throughout the year offer a full programme of activities, trips and
entertainment and our Centre is a fantastic place to relax and unwind.
At the Centre
- Lounge with licensed bar
- Heated indoor hydrotherapy pool
- Sun terrace with balcony
- Gardens with pond and barbecue area
- Television room
- Free internet access and wi-fi
Have a drink in the first floor lounge with its view over the lake, take a
swim in the heated indoor pool or enjoy the gardens.
In the evenings join in the music, dance and quiz nights. And, of course, our Friday night parties are remembered by all!
Best of the North West Break
On many weeks we run our Best of the North West Break which offers a packed programme of activities and excursions to some of our favourite attractions.
The trips on offer each week vary, but always give you the chance to visit some of the many accessible attractions of the North West.
Our accessible vehicles will transport you to some of the many tourist attractions within easy reach of Sandpipers.
There's always plenty to do in Southport itself. The town is a classic seaside resort with parks, gardens and Britain’s second longest pier.
A little further away, some of our favourite destinations include Blackpool, Liverpool, with its fantastic shopping and museums and the National Wildflower Centre.
The stunning landscape of the Lake District is just a short drive away too.
Guest favourite: Lake Windermere, Lake District
Vitalise Sandpipers is within easy reach of the beautiful Lake District,
England's largest national park. A firm guest favourite is Lake Windermere. At
10.5 miles long, one mile wide and 220 feet deep, it’s the largest natural lake
The Lake District Visitor Centre overlooks Windermere, between Troutbeck Bridge and Ambleside. The centre has beautiful gardens to explore, plus exhibitions, a gift shop and a cafe. The centre is wheelchair accessible and has accessible toilet facilities. Staff can provide a map showing accessible routes and facilities within the grounds.
If you fancy getting on to the lake itself, Windermere Lake Cruises operate some wheelchair accessible vessels, so you can enjoy spectacular views of mountain scenery, secluded bays and wooded islands.