Maple Lodge has a friendly atmosphere and personal service. It is located on the edge of Clayton-le-Moors, 1.5 miles from Accrington town centre. There are 8 en suite bedrooms, and each has free Wi-Fi, Freeview TV, a DVD player and many other facilities. The house was built in the early 1700s and retains many original features. Clayton-le-Moors offers several restaurants within walking distance, and guests can use Maple Lodge's dining facilities if they have takeaways. The property can also provide light snacks. There is a licensed bar for residents. The private car park has CCTV and there is room to store bicycles. Junction 7 of the M65 is only 2,625 feet away, giving easy access to Blackburn, Burnley and the M6. Manchester is 25 miles away. Skipton is a 20-minute drive away.
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.
When visiting Accrington, Sparth House Hotel is a great choice to consider. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat. Rooms offer room service and free WiFi.
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.
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
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