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Situated in Preston, this hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of St Walburge's Church, 53 Degress and St. Wilfrid's Church. Avenham Park and Harris Museum and Art ...
Legacy Preston International Hotel£40Legacy Preston International Hotel£40
Situated in Preston, this eco-friendly hotel is within 6 miles (10 km) of Preston Docks, St Walburge's Church and 53 Degress. St. Wilfrid's Church and Deepdale ...
Bartle Hall Country Hotel£67Bartle Hall Country Hotel£67
Situated on the riverfront, this hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Brockholes Nature Reserve and within 3 miles (5 km) of Museum of Lancashire and Deepdale. Harris ...
Macdonald Tickled Trout Hotel£53Macdonald Tickled Trout Hotel£53
Located in the heart of Farington, this eco-friendly hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of British Commercial Vehicle Museum, Worden Park and Cuerden Valley Park. ...
Hallmark Hotel Preston Leyland£34Hallmark Hotel Preston Leyland£34
At one time, a couple of hundred years ago, Lancashire was a driving force of the Industrial Revolution, its towns and cities echoing to the roar of steam engines and textile machines. The glory days of heavy industry may now be over but the county has transformed itself into a popular tourist destination in recent years, full of green open spaces and lots of interesting attractions. People come from all around to stay at Lancashire hotels and guesthouses while they visit seaside resorts like Blackpool or explore the green and pleasant interior of the county. There are numerous points of interest in towns like Southport, St. Helens and Warrington, and if you're in the Preston area Avenham Park is definitely worth a visit from your Lancashire hotel base.
If the weather is good there's nothing like a pleasant stroll in the park, and Avenham Park is one of the county's best. It's close to the central part of Preston, so when you're done strolling you can enjoy some shopping and refreshments at one of the many local venues. Avenham Park is right next to Miller Park and is located in the delightfully scenic Avenham Valley, a favourite spot with walkers and ramblers. Preston is a regional financial hub and can get as busy as any important city centre during the week, but these two parks provide a perfect tranquil setting to get away from it all. With the River Ribble flowing through it, Avenham park especially is like a little oasis in a hectic world, and is very popular with young families throughout the year.
Avenham is in fact one of the finest examples in the northwest of Victorian parkland, and is laid out in the traditional style popular at that time. Designed and created in the 1860s, it makes the ideal destination from your Lancashire hotel or B&B if you're in this part of the county and like the idea of a stroll in a Japanese rock garden. Concerts and other events are staged here all year round.