Set in the heart of Wigan, The Bellingham Hotel was originally 5 beautiful Victorian terraced houses, which were, over the years gradually transformed into the Hotel that we see today. The locationand format of the hotel means that whether you are travelling for business or pleasure; The Bellingham's array of single, twin, double, and family rooms can provide a peaceful and pleasant accommodation to meet your requirements.
On the High Street in the market town of Sandbach, we now serve a small selection of food, but we are happy to let you bring your own. All that we ask is that you buy a drink to wash it down. There isan easy-going atmosphere and experience a big sports match with us, as we have SKY Sports and BT Sports, with seven plasma screens, so you won't miss an ounce of action!
St Bees is a lovely small village with friendly people, a church dating back to mediaeval times, a public school founded by Archbishop Grindal over 400 years ago, and a safe and sandy beach. TheAlbert Hotel, the only free house in the village is run by Carole Taylor and her family, and you can be assured of a warm welcome and be well looked after during your stay.
All dishes on our menu are freshly prepared using the very best ingredients, sourced locally from carefully selected suppliers, helping to support our local economy and keep our. Royal Hotel RoomsLocated in the heart of Morecambe, our hotel rooms have recently been refurbished all rooms are en-suite with a comfortable double bed, TV and some rooms have.
The Mercury Motel is reputedly Britain's first purpose built Motel. Built in the late 1950's this flat roofed, single storey building resembles the traditional motel seen in many American movies.Amongst the many famous guests that have stayed here are The Beatles, John Pertwee, Glen Tilbrook and Terry Waite. We pride ourselves on being unlike the traditional view of a Motel being impersonal.
Our food is locally sourced and a wide range of healthy options, including vegetarian choices, are available. Mode's spacious lounge bar is ideal for relaxing or holding an informal meeting. Our"honesty bar" policy enables you to enjoy the flexibility of meeting for a drink at your convenience.
Situated in the quaint Cumbrian village of Burton in Kendal is The Kings Arms; a friendly traditional pub offering real food, real ales and cosy rooms. Our pub has a relaxed atmosphere and welcomeslocals, visitors to the area, overnight stayers, families and even four-legged friends! We're proud to have a rich history as an old coaching inn that dates back to 1753, our exposed wooden beams, fireplaces, brickwork and cobbled courtyard give great character to our pub.
The Belgrave Hotel is two minutes away from the Chester Railway Station and five minutes away from the City Centre by foot. We have 33 bedrooms. All of our bedrooms have private facilities, colourtv's, tea/coffee making amenities, intercom, central heating and direct dial telephone. Our Olde Worlde dining room serves a full English Breakfast in the morning and an English Fayre table d'hote in the evening.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Queens Hotel situated in the centre of Ambleside right in the heart of the Lake District. The hotel is ideally placed for touring the magnificent Lakelandcountryside and visitor attractions. We are open throughout the year and offer special breaks for stays of 3 or more nights. We are renowned for giving excellent value for money with many of our guests returning frequently.
The spirit of the Mersey scene lives on at the Hanover Hotel in Liverpool City Centre - loved by all our visitors from throughout the UK and around the World. Our friendly welcome includes comfortablerooms for parties of any size, a wealth of local attractions, fantastic music and superb food and drinks. The Hanover has recently been refurbished to a high standard and is the ideal base to explore the rejuvenated city of Liverpool - being situated right at the heart of the tourist centre.
Situated in the historic city of Chester, explore the historic facades of the Black and White buildings and two tiered rows of over 1000 shops. With its beautiful Cathedral, exciting nightlife andcultural heritage, Chester really is the place to be. With The Racecourse, Chester Zoo, Blue Planet Aquarium and the shopping haven of Cheshire Oaks just a few minutes away, The Dene Hotel Chester has everything you need to make it an ideal base for your Chester city break.
Formerly the Gateway to Wales Hotel, the Days Hotel Chester North has a unique location on the North Wales border and within easy reach of Chester, Liverpool and the Wirral making this hotel theperfect location to explore the local area and beyond whether on business or leisure. Travelling to the hotel couldn't be easier, with easy access to the M53/M56 motorway networks.
Originally an 18th Century Lakeland farm house, the Embleton Spa Hotel is a relaxed, informal hotel with delightful en-suite rooms, suites and apartments. Each room and apartment is individuallydesigned to offer unique character and charm, and finished to the highest standards. WiFi is freely available throughout the hotel, and the lounge and bar area offers the ideal setting to relax with the papers, a cuppa or even a pint of Cumbrian real ale.
The historic Whoop Hall Inn is a family-run hotel with a wide range of leisure facilities set in stunning surroundings in the beautiful Lune Valley. Situated on the outskirts of the attractive markettown of Kirkby Lonsdale, Whoop Hall is an ideal base from which to explore some of England's most beautiful countryside, the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales.
The popular Lindum Hotel has been offering the perfect St Annes getaway to guests for generations. Having been in the hands of the Rowley Family for over 50 years and soon to go into its fourthgeneration, the hotel has built a reputation for excellence over the years. A perfect combination of quality, warmth and courteous service has long been our hallmark - and we look forward to welcoming new guests to this popular seaside destination for many years to come.
The Lynwood is a 4 star guest accomodation with Visit England and is situated in the market town of Ashton-under-Lyne, approximately 6 miles from central Manchester, 25 minutes from ManchesterInternational Airport and 1 mile from the M60. The Lynwood is a family run guesthouse established for more than 30 years.
Awarded 4 stars by Visit Britain, this beautiful Grade II listed building is situated on Southport's promenade, just opposite the pier, boasting spectacular views across the seafront. Just a shortwalk from the famous Lord Street with its many shops and quintessential tea rooms, the Albert and Victoira Hotel is the ideal place to stay. It is also minutes away from the newly refurbished train station which has direct links to both Manchester and Liverpool.
From the moment you arrive at the Trout Hotel you will receive a warm, friendly welcome. We are an independent hotel, run by a close-knit team of caring, enthusiastic people who go out of their way tomake you feel at home, comfortable and relaxed. Our idyllic, picture postcard setting on the bank of The River Derwent in Cockermouth and the calm, relaxing atmosphere, will help you instantly feel at ease. The luxurious, soft furnishings will help you unwind.
Welcome to The Ship Hotel in the centre of Allonby. The perfect place to relax after a bracing walk along the beach or after a long day exploring the beautiful Lake District or the stunning SolwayCoast. Come in for a well deserved pint or a glass of wine, or why not enjoy a freshly prepared home-cooked meal. Eat, drink, sleep. Whatever the weather we can offer you a warm, friendly welcome, with comfortable rooms and a choice of bars.
Newby Bridge Hotel is a fantastic place to stay in the Lake District and is overlooking Lake Windermere with picturesque landscaped grounds and parking for 60 cars. The Hotel was originally known asNewby Bridge Mansion. It was built in 1793 by James Machel and was one of the first great houses to be built on the shores of Lake Windermere. Having recently been extended, the hotel boasts quality accommodation, roaring log fires, leisure facilities, a private jetty and 'moreish' food.