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Located in the heart of Blackburn, this golf hotel is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Whalley Abbey and 2.2 mi (3.6 km) from Wilpshire Golf Club. Mrs. Dowsons Farm and ...
Best Western Ribble Valley Langho Mytton Fold Hotel & Golf£40Best Western Ribble Valley Langho Mytton Fold Hotel & Golf£40
Situated in Blackburn, this luxury hotel is within 3 miles (5 km) of Samlesbury Hall, Blackburn Golf Club and Mrs. Dowsons Farm. Blackburn Museum and Art Gallery ...
Stanley House Hotel & Spa£104Stanley House Hotel & Spa£104
Situated in a rural location, this hotel is 1.3 mi (2 km) from Samlesbury Hall and 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Brockholes Nature Reserve. Mrs. Dowsons Farm and Museum ...
Best Western Plus Samlesbury Hotel£49Best Western Plus Samlesbury Hotel£49
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
For families especially, Lancashire offers a whole host of entertainment venues and attractions. You can go walking and rambling in the scenic landscapes of the county, which borders on the Lake District and Yorkshire, or explore historic towns such as Lancaster. The countryside is strewn with picturesque market towns, old pubs and numerous ruins from Roman and medieval days. Blackpool is a real entertainment capital for the region and is like a mini version of Las Vegas beside the sea, especially when the famous Illuminations are switched on in September. For a change, try visiting one of the county's many theme parks from your Lancashire hotel, for a fun and exciting family day out.
Bowland Wild Boar Park was opened in 1999 and is a family-run enterprise. The Forest of Bowland stretches all around and the park occupies 65 acres of its heartland. For a fun day out with the kids from your Lancashire hotel it makes an interesting alternative to the usual bright lights and donkey rides of Blackpool Beach. There are many excellent facilities to take advantage of while you're here. The main activity, after you've enjoyed your picnic, is to go rambling around the park on designated pathways and enjoy seeing a variety of animals in their natural habitats. They include red squirrels, llamas, wallabies, pet lambs and of course the wild boars after which the park is named.
The smaller kids in your group will love especially the animal feeding times, such as lamb feeding at three-hour intervals between 11.00am and 4.30pm. After that they can try their hand at stroking chicks. It's all perfectly safe, and trained personnel are on hand at all times with help and advice. There are also rides on tractors and trailers, so kids can get to grips with the mechanical side of farm life, and the Straw Barn Play Area is perfect for letting them burn off some of that excess energy! The park runs on its own green power, so come along from your nearby Lancashire hotel base and you're guaranteed to have a brilliant and environmentally friendly time.