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Overall a lovely place to stay if a little noisy. Being woken by zoo animals in the morning was a little surreal but not unpleasant. Hotel facilities were excellent and a taxi into town about a tenner. Only downside was receiving an electric shock from my bedside lamp which when I looked at it was ...
Lovely hotel especially for the price but the standard of the restaurant food was very poor- quite pricey but overcooked and dry. Staff however were delightful.
We stayed in the ensuite family room, which was modern in decor and very clean. The bed was okay but small. There were two of us and it was a squeeze. Also it could do with a newer mattress as we could feel the springs. It was a shame as the room is big enough for a king size bed plus the single. ...
There was a wedding at the hotel on the night of our stay which unfortunately meant an unexpected noise level. The hotel staff went out of their way to make our stay as comfortable as possible for that evening and apologised for not letting us know. Lovely wedding but due to the intimate size of ...
always a comfortable and relaxing stay, breakfast is always hot and fresh and a well stocked bar for the thirsty!! rooms are spacious and with TV and free wifi too.
From the point of view of visiting business men and women, the beauty of Lancashire lies not so much in its stunning countryside and coastline but in its connections. Major road networks link every village, town and city here, from Coniston in the far north to Salford in the south. The rail provision too is excellent, so whether you're coming here under your own steam or are relying on public transport you'll be able to get around quickly and easily. If you stay at a conference centre hotel in Lancashire you'll have a range of additional specialised services at your disposal, and conference facilities either on-site or close by.
Lancashire is a great place to do business. It has a proud industrial heritage and takes the demands of commerce seriously. This region was built on trade and was a showcase of and driving force behind the Industrial Revolution, so business is a way of life here. It is also, however, a very attractive county to explore if you can drag yourself away from meetings and conferences for the odd afternoon. Historic towns like Lancaster are full of interesting attractions, and if you're based at a Lancashire conference centre hotel in the vicinity of Blackpool you'll never be short of things to see and do, day or night. Try combining your business commitments and responsibilities with a little bit of leisure time while you're here and you'll have a visit to remember.
Staying at a Lancashire conference centre hotel allows you to make best use of your time, as the conference facilities will either be inside the hotel itself or else very close by. A conference centre hotel in Lancashire such as Sparth House Hotel in Accrington or Norbreck Castle Hotel in Blackpool will have an express service for checking in and out. You'll also have access to an on-site fitness suite and of course to high-speed internet connectivity throughout the building. You'll basically have everything necessary to make your visit a productive and enjoyable one, and will (hopefully) check out with the happy sense of a mission accomplished!