Winmarleigh is a village and civil parish in the Wyre district of Lancashire. The village, which is north-west of Garstang, has an agricultural college, and the Duchy of Lancaster has an estate here. This includes the local pub, the Patten Arms. It is home to the great manor of Winmarleigh Hall. Constructed to the order of the Duchy of Lancaster, it was given to the first Lord Winmarleigh. Since then the house has been donated to NST Travel Group, who have turned the grounds into an outdoor education programme for schools across the country.

Winmarleigh railway station opened in 1870 on the Garstang and Knott-End Railway. It was renamed Nateby railway station in 1902 and closed in 1930.

The school and school house, which date from 1870, were designed by Lancaster architects Paley and Austin.

The Winmarleigh Estate is an estate of the Duchy of Lancaster holding as part of The Lancashire Survey. The estate holds ownership to the Patten Arms pub.

The parish contains two listed buildings which are a public house and a church.