Gawthorpe Hall
Gawthorpe Hall

Burnley is a proper old mill town with some surprises for visitors including its love of Benedictine (with hot water) and a magnificent mansion – Gawthorpe Hall - with Barry and Bronte connections... Read More

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Alexander Hotel

Alexander Hotel

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The Alexander Hotel is situated in quiet surroundings near to the beautiful 15th century Towneley Hall and Park. The family run hotel features 16 tastefully furnished, centrally heated en-suite rooms, all ... More

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Sparrow Hawk Hotel

Sparrow Hawk Hotel

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Situated in the very heart of Burnley, adjacent to the retail and commercial centre, this hotel exudes traditional Victorian charm and offers all the comforts ... More | Double Room: From £53

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Keirby Inn

Keirby Inn

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The Keirby Inn is located in the heart of Burnley town centre ( formerly the Keirby Park) the inn is now under new management.all rooms are en-suite and are ... More

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Best Western Higher Trapp Country House Hotel

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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Rosehill House Hotel

Rosehill House Hotel

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Built in 1856, Rosehill House is half a mile south of Burnley town centre. It has retained much of its original architecture and offers free parking and free wireless internet. The hotel ... More

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Oaks Hotel

Oaks Hotel

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Nestled amid 4 acres of landscaped gardens, this renovated Victorian mansion offers attractive accommodation, an effortless drive away from junction 12 of the M65.
Boasting a rich heritage, the hotel has been ... More

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