"Friendly & comfortable hotel with great breakfast."
Friendly and helpful staff. Comfortable clean room with TV & wi-fi. Wonderful breakfast with fresh fruit, cereals and full English - delicious! Only drawback was the noisy road outside - recommend earplugs especially if you are not used to noise like us but we have stayed here before (and I'm sure will again) so were prepared.
The room was a suite and very nice and clean. Dogs were allowed at a small extra charge. The chef cooked for us even though we arrived a bit late at the restaurant. All the staff were very friendly and helpful. We were allowed to check in a bit early. The grounds are pleasant. There is a pool and I wish I had taken my swimming costume!
Unlike most that stay I was not part of a function just basing myself in Preston for a series of meetings over two nights. I stayed in the lodge which was excellent. As a location for weddings it is tremendous but I found the location near'ish the M6 was great too.
Facilities, decor - overall quality was very good. Four rooms all presented to a high standard with sofa beds in two plus a sleigh in the master. Staff were very friendly and breakfast was very tasty.
Whilst unusual I recommend the lodge at Samlesbury highly.
he room was extremely small. The bathroom needs updating and there was poor water flow from the shower.
Evening meal was very good, excellent breakfast. good service and friendly staff.
Reasonable value for money and an overnight stay.
Traditional 18th century coaching inn tastefully developed and offering good quality accommodation with excellent food served …More
Spectacular is the only way I can describe this Hotel .After a long transatlantic flight from Vancouver Canada and needing to get over my jet lag fast before a important meeting , this hotel provided everything that I look for in a world class hotel.
Beautiful , well equiped rooms, looking over the english countryside , pheasants wandering by outside , wonderful showers with large drenching showerhead.
Down the passage way was a very elegant spa facility where I realxed in the hydrotherapy pool and had a very soothing massage.
After a wonderful nights sleep , I awoke fully refreshed for my meeting at BAE Systems only 2 miles away.
It is very rare to find a hotel of this quality anywhere , but to find it so far off the beaten track was a very pleasnt surprise
Opened in late October 2004 Stanley House itself comprises twelve individually designed bedrooms whilst the main reception …More
Home to Blackburn Rovers Football Club, this former mill town was an economic powerhouse during the Industrial Revolution. There are a number of attractive parks in the city, and some interesting buildings, including the impressive 19th century Technical School and the Italianate Town Hall. The rolling hills and reservoirs of the West Pennine Moors are just a short bus ride away.