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Everything was perfect. The room. The breakfast. Owner/ Staff very responsive to texts about where to eat locally etc. Will stay there again.
Lovely hotel and friendly staff. Only thing I would change would be breakfast time, an 8.30-9am window is early for the weekend and I would prefer a less limited time slot, an hour would be more in line with the market and lend itself to a better customer experience.
We were looking for a classic 'quaint' English inn and pub, and that's what we got with the Sun Hotel. The pub is grand, and the restaurant is very nice. The staff was working very hard with the pub being very popular, but they were unfailingly friendly and helpful. The rooms were a bit small and ...
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.
Yes, this hotel is in dire need of refurb and they’ve got the builders in at the moment, but I knew both facts before I booked. My room was tatty but perfectly comfortable, quiet and good value, with generous-sized bathroom and plentiful hot water (heating system VERY hot, as other travellers have ...
People visit Lancashire for a great many reasons, often mixing business with pleasure but always enjoying the magnificent landscapes and historic towns. Lancashire is one of England's most interesting and varied counties, with a colourful past stretching back to Roman days and a more recent and very proud industrial heritage. From old canals to converted mills and warehouses, museums and galleries, the culture is rich and varied and you'll always have plenty to see. There's also Blackpool with its entertainment venues, and in fact the Lancashire coastline offers great opportunities for seaside breaks of any length. Try staying at a boutique hotel in Lancashire on your next visit, for an experience like no other. They're a world away from the chain establishments and offer individualised attention.
Boutique hotels in Lancashire offer so much more than the sort of large chain hotels that are great places to stay but can often have a rather 'generic' feel. If you prefer a home away from home, then boutique hotels are the way to go. Lancashire boutique hotels are generally smaller and certainly more exclusive establishments than their bigger counterparts, and offer their guests a range of tailored services. Attention to detail is one of their attractions, and guestrooms are often personalised. All these little things add up, and the overall effect is one of feeling appreciated and cared for on an individual level. Add to that the often unique and innovative architecture, interesting façades and the personal attention of the owner and you have all the makings of a great base for your Lancashire holiday.
Lancashire is rich in visitor attractions, both cultural and natural. Staying at a Lancashire boutique hotel such as The Cartford Inn in Preston or Assheton Arms in Clitheroe provides you with the perfect home base for getting out and about. With personalised attention to detail and a highly-trained staff looking after you, great food and exemplary services, a boutique hotel in Lancashire is perfect for special occasions. You'll notice the difference as soon as you walk through the front door.