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Sparth House Hotel
Sparth House Hotel

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Tel code: 01254 | code search
Postcode: BB5 | code search
Population: 35200
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"Was curious to see if the choir was still going strong. My mother started the choir Joan Douthwaite,many years ago. after she passed away 13 years ago and my family ..." More

Norwood Hotel
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Accrington is to be found in the North West of England lying almost equidistant between Blackburn and Bury. As a town it was nothing more than a settlement although there was some coal mining undertaken around the area in the late 1300’s. Accrington was a town that had water and damp weather, neither likely to encourage economic growth. The advent of the Industrial Revolution however would help Accrington’s economic growth. By the mid-18th century many people were employed in the woollen industry, but within a matter of years they switched to cotton and Accrington was the ideal location. By 1849 there were eight mills in Accrington and the increase in population as people flocked to the area to work in the factories created a housing boom. The textile industry was the main employer but the textile industry declined in the mid 20th century in the face of cheaper foreign textile imports. Accrington though has enjoyed its moments of fame and famous people – their unforgettable football team – Accrington Stanley – one of the original founders of the football league and their appearance in a TV advert for milk, famous past residents include Jon Anderson of 1970’s supergroup Yes, John Tomlinson a famous opera singer as well as authoress Jeanette Winterson. Most famous of all though must surely be comedian Jim Bowen of that infamous TV quiz show Bullseye.

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Norwood Hotel (0.64 miles)

Norwood Hotel

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Victorian property, full of character, Quality feel, flat screen TV, ALL ROOMS NON SMOKING, free internet provided,Won ETB Silver Award for high standards for third year running, best breakfast around, ... More

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The Maple Lodge (1.17 miles)

The Maple Lodge

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This AA 4 STAR guest accommodation, friendly atmosphere and personal service will make your stay one to be remembered. We offer Bed and Full English Breakfast seven days a week. ... More | visit website

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Dunkenhalgh Hotel (1.20 miles)

Dunkenhalgh Hotel

Set in 17 acres of Lancashire Parkland, the Dunkenhalgh is a 700 year old building that evokes a bygone age yet has modern facilities. It is ideally located for touring the Ribble Valley. Blackpool and ... More | visit website

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Sparth Manor (1.74 miles)

Sparth Manor
Sparth Manor is a 16th c Grade 2 listed building and still retains some of its original features. We are at the gate way to the Ribble Valey and the Trough of Boland, and Dunsop ... More | visit website
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Sparth House Hotel (1.87 miles)

Sparth House Hotel

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This splendid Georgian house is set in its own wooded grounds on the edge of The Ribble Valley and is within easy reach of the Lake District and the Trough of ... More

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Best Western Higher Trapp Country House Hotel (4.41 miles)

Best Western Higher Trapp Country House Hotel

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Nestled amid over 4 acres of magnificent terraced gardens, this charming country house is beautifully set on the enchanting Pendle Hillside, boasting panoramic views over the Lancashire countryside. Originally built in the ... More

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Foxfields Country Hotel and Suites (4.61 miles)

Foxfields Country Hotel and Suites

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This exclusive all suites hotel is located in the heart of the beautiful Ribble Valley countryside. The hotel features an award winning restaurant and an extremely impressive leisure club. Most ... More

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Petre Lodge Country Hotel (4.71 miles)

Petre Lodge Country Hotel

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Ideally situated in the Village of Langho in the Ribble Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty, we are close to Blackburn, Clitheroe, Gisburn and the heritage attractions of Whalley ... More

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Mytton Fold Hotel & Golf Complex (4.73 miles)

Mytton Fold Hotel & Golf Complex

Surrounded by some of the most breathtaking scenery in the Uk, Mytton Fold Hotel & Golf Complex offers an oasis of tranquility. Mytton Fold's twenty eight en-suite bedrooms have been designed for your ultimate comfort ... More | visit website

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Northcote (4.88 miles)

Northcote

Northcote, award winning restaurant with rooms, established since 1983 and unlike many establishments today, Northcote manor is not owned and run by a faceless corporation, quite the opposite, co-proprietors, Nigel Haworth and Craig Bancroft, are ... More

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