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A great base for a weekend in Blackpool to use our Merlin Pass at a number of attractions in the local area. Great restaurant in the hotel, with a good selection for breakfast.
Much as one would expect from such a hotel. All staff wonderfully friendly. Older ones more informed than younger ones though, like the young man who should know the right way out of their car park ;-) One let down was their WiFi supplied by Purple and which demanded access to much of my online data. ...
Checked in & out with minimum delay or fuss. Smiley staff. Room upgraded without asking, always a nice touch! Restaurant food was good, only nag £15.00 for a 250ml of average white wine, is over the top.
Nice stay. Nice, comfy and clean appartment. You need to pay for towels if you want to use swimming pool. Breakfast only on Friday, Saturday and Sunday so thats a big minus.
Lancashire has exquisite landscapes which attract visitors at all times of the year. Close to the English Lake District as well as the rolling fields of Cheshire and the Yorkshire Dales over to the east, Lancashire makes the perfect destination for a break of any duration. The history of the county goes back to the Celts and Romans, and in medieval times the local barons fought each other as well as the king for dominance. The ruins of great abbeys and castles are scattered across the landscape, and towns like Lancaster are full of historical and cultural interest. If you're looking for a good destination for your next holiday, a four-star hotel in Lancashire makes a great choice and you'll have plenty of things to see and do right on your doorstep. As well as the breath-taking scenery in areas like the Trough of Bowland, Lancashire has a superb coastline and many beautiful coastal towns like Southport and Blackpool to visit.
Apart from seaside towns like Blackpool, and scenic vistas, Lancashire has an enviably rich industrial heritage. This region was one of the melting pots of the Industrial Revolution and visitors today can see the many canals, warehouses and mills it left in its wake. Much of this heritage has been reclaimed and there are numerous museums and art galleries housed in the old buildings, allowing you a glimpse into the region's eventful past. The cities are now thoroughly modern, with every amenity you'd expect, and the four-star Lancashire hotel and guesthouse accommodations are excellent. Outside of these cities you'll find a great many opportunities to indulge in your favourite sport or pastime and get some bracing fresh air. Choose a good four-star hotel in Lancashire and you're assured of a comfortable base with all the facilities you need while you explore this remarkable county.
For history lovers, Lancashire is one of England's most fascinating counties. The town of Lancaster, for instance, played a crucial role in the Wars of the Roses and its symbol is still a red rose, later absorbed into the Tudor red and white one. The landscape is dotted with the picturesque ruins of abbeys, castles and other ancient monuments, and there are also a great many stately homes and gardens to enjoy here. When you choose a Lancashire four-star hotel, you can explore much of the local region as well as venture farther afield using the excellent public transport systems. You'll also often find that the four-star hotels in Lancashire have a history of their own, and you'll be surrounded by elegant décor, crackling open fires in the cooler months, and all the luxury you need for a great holiday.
If you fancy a break from the cultural attractions and the shopping, try a day at the seaside, or spend your entire holiday there. Lancashire's coastline is long and diverse, with fine sands on many of its beaches and home to great cities like Blackpool. A four-star Lancashire hotel is just the thing for a traditional family break full of excitement and bracing country air!