We loved our visit and the friendliness of the staff. Only two small points were that there is only one easy chair in double rooms. Why? There are two people staying. The other is that a full breakfast price of £15 is over the top, even for this standard of hotel. In my experience of many high quality hotels the breakfast cost should be around £8 to provide reasonable value for money and still provide a good profit for the hotel.
We stayed at the hotel for a single night and really enjoyed our stay. The staff were really friendly and helpful and the food was superb. The only downside was the lack of a bath in our bathroom. However, the other facilities were great. We would definitely stay there again if we were in the area.
Good hotel, have stayed before. Everything OK but the restaurant and bar menus were a bit brief, not much choice, and the breakfast cooked selection was poor. The wi-fi was expensive (having just stayed in two good hotels where it was free) at £8 per day or £20 per 3 days. I arrived on the Saturday evening at about 5pm and signed in. I chose the three day option as I was staying until the Monday. As soon as I had checked out at 10am Monday the connection was chopped! Effectively I paid £20 for 41 hours use...not good.
Would I recommend the hotel? Yes, but with reservations (see above).
Just had the one night, but never used your hotels before but we were well impressed. I will now l always look first to see if there is a Legacy Hotel near to where we are going. Bed really comfy bathroom lovely and breakfast one of the nicest we've had on our travels. all the staff were pleasant, so thanks very much ..
Nice hote, with a very comfy bed. Dinner and breakfast both really nice. Enjoyed the swimming pool and there is a small gym room. Plenty of parking. Stayed in a single room for two nights would stay aging if I'm in the area.
Thought I was in for a bad time when the first words I was greeted with were "you're early" after turning up 40 minutes before check-in time. Not what I want to hear after a four hour train journey. Then had to wait in restaurant while the only person on duty spent many minutes counting her till money. After that I couldn't complain about the rooms, the food or the service. One downturn was being wakened at 5:00 a.m. by the sound of numerous young, seemingly drunk men shouting, banging doors, doing push-ups and generally being disruptive in the hallways. When I opened the door to see what was happening I was asked by one if I could charge his mobile phone for him. When I mentioned it to staff, I was greeted by "well, it's a bank holiday". No apologies. Rooms were very clean. Lots of hot water. Lots of clean and good quality towels. Moderate free WiFi. Good breakfast offering. Price was extremely good. Big problems flushing toilet. A battle every time.
Arrived at the hotel late after a long journey.
Young male member of staff on the reception desk very friendly and helpful.
Room just what we were looking for - plenty of space for 2 adults and 17 year old.
Nice comfy beds and had a good nights sleep.
Plenty to choose from for breakfast and all very tasty.
Had requested soya milk in an email before trip and it was brought to us as soon as we mentioned it.
Only problem we had to be in Lancaster at 9am so didn't get to spend enough time at the hotel :(
Traveller from Norwich
An AA 3 star hotel, 95 en suite bedrooms, Garden Brasserie, room service, bar, outdoor pool summer , meeting rooms for up to …More
This is a great little hotel. The staff were all friendly and very efficient. Check in couldn't have been faster and you are shown to your room. The room was large, spotlessly clean and everything worked. Our room had a large shower, rather than a bath, which was fine for us but not what some people might expect. The room was nicely furnished and although in no way shabby you can see some wear in places. The main bar / restaurant area is nicely decorated and there is also a large conservatory and a large courtyard garden with covered seating areas. The evening meal was very good with a wide choice of dishes plus specials. The cooked breakfast was also good but if you want a 'continental' breakfast it's cereal and toast. Why would you stay at an chain economy hotel when you can stay somewhere like this.
Once a thriving mill town, Preston has felt the pinch of de-industrialization like much of the northeast. The city is peppered with beautiful old buildings including the Harris Museum and St John's Minster. The River Ribble runs through the south of the city, where the old docks are undergoing regeneration. A little further up the Ribble is Brockholes: a nature reserve with bird-watching hides.