Slyne-with-Hest is a village situated approximately 3 miles north of Lancaster City centre. The village sits on the coastline north of Morecambe and can be reached via the A6, coastal road and the canal. Slyne-with-Hest benefits from a primary school, churches, public houses, cafes, tennis and bowling clubs, recreational field and a village hall and is serviced by a regular bus route to Lancaster as well as buses to Kendal and the Lake District.
Slyne-with-Hest enjoys enviable sunsets with views across to the Lake District fells. There are plenty of opportunities for experiencing the outdoors with coastal and canal-side walks.
The village of Slyne-with-Hest is very old and the place-name 'Slyne' appears in various guises throughout the middle ages. Pictured are Stocks situated on Throstle Grove (A6 end) which remained in use until the 19th century. The stocks are believed to have been constructed in the mid 17th century. The local village history group have a wealth of knowledge and artefacts of interest,