Northcote is a great choice for a stay in Blackburn. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. All rooms offer fireplaces, refrigerators, and room service.
This 200-year-old cottage with free Wi-Fi is on the A59, in the Ribble Valley. It is ideal for walkers and cyclists, and is 20 minutes' drive from the Yorkshire Dales. Terry and Marje welcome you to the family-run Rose Cottage, a traditional Bed & Breakfast offering cosy, comfortable rooms with Freeview TV, an iPod dock, microwave and a fridge with water and milk. Rose Cottage provides off-road parking and an undercover cycle lock-up. There is also space for motorcycle parking. You can also make use of the small internet café. The bed and breakfast is located midway between Preston and Clitheroe, 4 miles north of Blackburn. The M6 is about 5 miles away, making Rose Cottage a good stopover en route to Scotland.
Pros: To be honest it served the freshest breakfast I have ever had and I have travelled a lot over the years. Not very extensive in choice but if you like English breakfast it could not have been better.
Situated in Burnley, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of The Weavers' Triangle, Towneley Hall, and Turf Moor. The Woodland Spa and The Singing Ringing Tree are also within 3 mi (5 km).
This charming country pub is set between the Wayho and Turton and Entwistle Reservoirs, 6 miles from Bolton. It offers traditional Lancashire cuisine, attractive en suite rooms and scenic countryside views. Elegant rooms at The Strawbury Duck Inn feature a plasma TV with DVD player, tea and coffee making facilities and free Wi-Fi. A full English breakfast is available and The Strawbury Duck serves traditional classics with fresh, locally sourced produce. The pork is even bred in the inn’s own farm in nearby Belmont. Sunday roasts are served, as well as an excellent selection of local cask ales. The area is ideal for walking, hiking and cycling. Guests can relax in cosy bar with its wooden beams and open fires or in the beer garden with views across the reservoirs, hills and forests. The property has free parking and is 5 minutes’ walk from Entwistle Train Station. Junction 4 of the M65 Motorway is 15 minutes’ drive away.
Cons: I stayed in the annex. Thin walls and not as nice as main.
Traditional 18th century coaching inn tastefully developed and offering good quality accommodation with excellent food served throughout the day. A first-class Inn operated by Thwaites Hotels and Spas- AA Hotel Group of The Year 2016/2017. Xmas EveUsual menu till 9.30pm.Xmas DayXmas day lunch 12noon 2pm 75.00 pp.No other food offering except soup and sandwiches to residents.Boxing Day Lunch12noon to 3pm Usual menu.No other food offering except soup and sandwiches to residents.New Years EveUsual menu till 6.30pm.NYE Dinner 7.30pm/8pm TBC pp.No other food offering.New Years DayLunch from 12noon 3pm.No other food offering except soup and sandwiches to residents.
Pros: The first time a cleaner/chamber maid has ever tried to refuse a tip! I was attending a funeral and there was room waiting 3 hours before check in, I had phoned and I was told it couldn't be done but they did it any way
Busy hotel with breakfast included which was ok but lacked something but was adequate of a good start to the day. Easy to find and peaceful despite overlooking the motorway. Plenty of free car parking. Drinks a little on the pricey side but hey it is a hotel and that is the norm isn't it?
Pros: The nice staff and cleanliness of rooms
Cons: One drawer in the bedroom would have been nice to store underwear in as everything open plan including wardrobe
A modern Burnley hotel near the town centre with free Wi-Fi and parking plus breakfast included Holiday Inn Express® Burnley M65 Jct.10 hotel is right off the M65 motorway and a short drive or bus ride from the town centre. You can catch direct trains to Preston and Blackpool from Burnley Barracks station a seven-minute walk from the hotel. Trains to Manchester leave from Burnley Manchester Road station six minutes' drive away. Guests enjoy free parking and kids under 16 stay free. Watch Burnley F.C. in action at Turf Moor stadium just over two miles from the hotel. Cheer on the local rugby team at Burnley Rugby Union Football Club less than four miles away. Or take a 40-minute drive to spend a day at the races at Haydock Park racecourse. Visit Boundary Mill Stores eight miles from the hotel for shopping coffee or a casual lunch. You can host business events in the hotel's four state-of-the-art meeting rooms. The largest holds 80 guests and all come with free WiFi. Nearby business parks include Network 65 Altham and Lomeshaye. Start your day with the hot Express Start Breakfast with scrambled eggs sausages beans and continental items included in the room rate. Tuck into a locally sourced meal from the restaurant day or night. Relax in the airy Great Room or hang out on the outdoor terrace with a drink from the bar.
Pros: big comfy beds well appointed rooms good views
Cons: a bit far out as the search for the hotel was within Clitheroe however that was not the hotels fault
The stunning Best Western Higher Trapp Country House Hotel is magic! Panoramic views over Lancashire from Pendle Hill (home of the infamous Pendle Witches), will cast a spell over all who visit, and leave you looking forward to your next trip! Hiking, or strolling for those who take their walking less seriously, is a favorite pastime of locals and guests alike in this idyllic scenic space. with The Penine Way offering countless points of interest and even more stunning views! Just five minutes from J8 of the M65, you'll be closer to local towns and cities than you feel, but wherever you go during the day you'll have a warm atmosphere and a warm welcome waiting for you back at the hotel. This really is an ideal choice for business or pleasure, with 29 tastefully decorated bedrooms and a locally renowned restaurant putting the icing on the cake! No hot food available on Christmas Day and New Years' Eve 2017.
19th-century country mansion house set in 6 acres of gardens, this elegant hotel and conference centre borders with Darwen and 2.4 miles from the M65 motorway. The main house offers elegant traditional rooms with original features, some with 4 poster beds, spa baths and garden views. The house has period décor throughout, including stained glass windows, wood panelling and an ornate staircase. English fine cuisine with a Mediterranean influence is served in the bright, refined restaurant.
The Best Western Oaks Hotel & Leisure Club was once the private home of a wealthy local merchant and has been sympathetically restored preserving the grand feel of a bygone era. The lounge and reception area is dominated by a 25 foot high stained glass window which tells the story of Abraham Althams life and work in the Burnley area. Both the restaurant and bar are in the 'old house' with grand ornate ceilings and floor to ceiling windows creating instant theatre. The hotel is set in mature grounds with views of Pendle Hill from the terrace. Please note this Hotel will only accept credit cards for all pre authorizations on check-in.
Boddington Arms Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Balderstone. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. Flat-screen TVs and free WiFi are offered in all rooms.
When visiting Darwen, The Whitehall Hotel & Restaurant is a great choice to consider. You can relax with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Other highlights include a terrace and a garden, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
Cons: Both shared facilities had showers of inadequate operation.one you had to hold in the start button laving only one hand free and the other the shower head would stay aloft due to broken fixture
Pros: Cheap and cheerful and breakfast in the price as a bargain. Staff were friendly enough. Rooms were good, breakfast was good. For the price you know you're not going to get The Ritz but it was perfect for my needs.
Cons: Well the breakfast room opened 3 minutes late (!) but that is a very minor quible.
Pros: Really polite, helpful. Breakfast was served promptly and was ok. Nice large comfy bed.
Cons: Property requires a small amount of attention, I.e shower room could do with a bit of titivating, and my room was next to the night staffs, which meant I was woken by the front door bell which was amplified in the staff room to alert them of clients at the front door. But that aside an absolute bargin of a hotel.
Pros: Staff were very friendly and helpful. Comfortable bed, nice view from window. TV had DVD facilities, which was a bonus. Midday check-out time allowed for a much-needed lie-in!
Pros: could not wait to leave it.
Pros: Quite well located for Blackburn and centre.
Cons: Building very tired and many items broken or not working. Had to upgrade room to en-suite to avoid broken sink. Waited over 20 minutes for breakfast from due start time of 7am and no-one appeared - prebooked and paid for, but had to leave for an appointment. Would not stay recommend this place, as others nearby appeared better in all respects, albeit Hill View is cleverly marketed on the internet.
Pros: The hotel is placed close to the centre.
Cons: On my arrival - the room i paid for was not available, so the manager put me into another room and told me to pack my stuff next morning, so they can move my stuff. In my new room - there was no internet available, even it states on the website, that there is internet available. Yes, i needed to go downstairs in the kitchen so i could use the internet.
Pros: Very little
Cons: Room had a strong smell of urine in it
Pros: A basic price, you get what you pay for
Cons: Poor decour, poor facilities
Make Hill View Hotel your next destination and enjoy the wonderful views of the surround hills in a quiet and comfortable environment. Blackburn offers everything you could want for that great day out or a longer stay. With superb shopping, first class leisure facilities, interesting heritage and miles of dramatic moorland scenery. You ll find plenty of variety and a lot happening that s right up your street, a warm welcome awaits the visitor and whether your stay is short term or long term we look forward to seeing you soon. We are a medium sized family run business, established over ten years. Hill View Hotel is committed to providing the best of accommodations at competitive prices. Our aim is to make each guests stay enjoyable and memorable we achieve this by our friendly atmosphere and our pleasing staff are here to help and cater for your every need.