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I have given this hotel a 5 star rating for my own personal reasons. It's not the ritz but it's a very nice, affordable, friendly hotel who allows teenagers to share a family room with parents. Other hotels expect teenagers over the age of 14 to have their own room which doubles the cost. ANYWAY ...
was a stones throw away from the winter gardens which was what we wanted. great staff, clean but in need of updating. showers in our rooms were just a trickle and cold. To be fair to the manager, he had only been there for three days so couldn't complain to him too much. Have booked again for next ...
we booked 6 rooms and all special requests were met. Facilities were good and the hotel was in a convenient location from the m6. the hotel was very clean and the pool/gym were great. We also visited Lake Windermere which was only 25 minutes away.
Excellent stay. Hotel and facilities are great. The breakfast is fantastic. The only draw back is that the restaurant is quite expensive for an evening meal. The bar food is a much better option, and gives more for your money.
Lancashire is famous for its industrial past, which reached its zenith during the great Industrial Revolution. This transformed English society and set the country on its road to global dominance in the 18th and 19th centuries. But Lancashire's colourful history goes back much farther than that, as the Romans are well documented here. Later on, the Lancashire countryside started filling up with great castles and abbeys, whose ruins are still a powerful presence. It's not surprising that many of the county's stately homes and town centre buildings, as well as numerous rural barns and windmills, have been turned into hotels. Increasingly discriminating and adventurous tourists frequently prefer staying at a Lancashire historic hotel to enjoy a unique atmosphere and enhance their overall holiday experience.
There are many excellent historic hotels in Lancashire in which you can get a real sense of the past. From 18th-century coaching inns out in the countryside to grand Regency establishments such as The Kensington Hotel on Blackpool's South Promenade, visitors love the old world ambience and superior services of these unique establishments. Who, given the choice between a bland, purpose-built hotel that looks and feels like any other, and a rural or urban lovingly-restored mansion with many of its fixtures and fittings still intact, would hesitate between the two? Not only are they packed with bags of character, but you might even get a few little surprises too including resident ghosts, buildings with unique historical importance, and the occasional secret passageway or priest hole!
Your Lancashire historic hotel, be it in Manchester, Blackpool, Fleetwood or anywhere else in the county, will provide you with every modern comfort and convenience. Spa facilities and indoor pools are quite common, along with fitness rooms and personalised guestroom décor, so the history is not allowed to intrude on personal convenience. Historic hotels in Lancashire, such as the Stirk House Hotel in Clitheroe, are a happy blend of old and new, allowing you to luxuriate in a thoroughly modern way but in surroundings that are redolent of the past.