Very friendly and helpful staff, very well located
Nice clean room with big bed, but it was really hot from early in the morning with no temperature guage in the room.
This was a perfect solution to pre event preparation. Comfortable large double bed, pleasant lounge, lovely decor (plantation shutters), second bedroom with large full length and side mirrors, perfect for getting changed into wedding gear. Kettle with tea/coffee etc., Fabulous bathroom, 2 can bathe ...
Really clean and numivemt decorates. Looks new. Nice staff. My steak was a bit naff. A bit bog standard though edible.
Very nice central Preston hotel. Very convenient for transport and local amenities
Great property and a lovely enjoyable stay. The staff were really friendly. Nice room and very secure.
absolutly beautiful place to stay, home from home, close to the town centre.
Lancashire may have been a powerhouse that drove change throughout the Industrial Revolution, but today it's a much mellower county, more renowned for its beautiful countryside and market towns than its 'dark, satanic mills'. Ramblers and walkers flock here like birds to enjoy its open vistas, and to stop off at historic pubs and stately homes. Every hill seems to be topped by a ruined castle or abbey, and relics from the industrial past have been lovingly preserved in the county's numerous fine museums. Towns like Blackpool are packed with entertainment venues, and the coastline of Lancashire is long and sandy, dotted with traditional seaside resorts. When you're booked in to a Lancashire hotel or B&B you could try visiting one of the areas of outstanding natural beauty here, such as Brockholes Nature Reserve near Preston.
Brockholes is not your typical nature reserve. You'll find it just off the M6 motorway if you exit at J31 and head for Preston. Opened in April 2011, Brockholes adopts innovative strategies to attract wildlife from across the region, rather than imposing itself on the landscape. The wildlife literally moves in here, relocating under its own steam because it finds the Brockholes environment to be just right. The reserve hosts many fun events, and its most prominent feature is a unique floating visitor centre, where you can discover more about its history and the diverse wildlife it protects and nurtures.
There are plenty of other things to do here too when you arrive from your hotel in Lancashire, such as wining and dining in the restaurant area, and there's also a play zone for smaller kids. Outside of the visitor centre, families can enjoy exploring the numerous designated nature trails. It's great fun camping out in the reserve's family-friendly hides, too, and observing the indigenous wildlife up close and undisturbed. Visit this award-winning site for the day from your Lancashire hotel base and see another side of Lancashire that's very different from the history and entertainment venues normally associated with this vibrant county.
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