Astley Hall
Astley Hall

Chorley, with the moors beckoning eastward, has a history stretching back to the Romans as evidenced by coin finds there, but later eras have left more substantial reminders such as the magnificent Tudor mansion Astley Hall... Read More

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Hartwood Hall

Hartwood Hall

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Situated on the outskirts of the charming market town of Chorley, this former coaching inn is just minutes away from the M61, enabling easy access to Preston, Manchester and North Lancashire. Just ... More

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Brook House Hotel Chorley

Brook House Hotel Chorley
Standing in half an acre of beautiful gardens, this 19th Century hotel is ideal for your accommodation, whether it's business or pleasure, or for that special function. ... More | visit website
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Shaw Hill Golf and Country Club

Shaw Hill Golf and Country Club

Sitting like a crown above an 18 hole championship golf course, Shaw Hill's magnificent Georgian exterior is matched only by the beauty of the many original features, and lavish furnishings inside the building.

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Parr Hall Farm

Parr Hall Farm

Parr Hall Farm was built in 1721 by a gentleman farmer called Edward Parr. The property has had a chequered history, but still retains some of its original features.
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Park Hall Hotel

Park Hall Hotel
The new-look Best Western Park Hall Hotel is nearing completion of a multi- million pound refurbishment programme, ensuring the hotels facilities are second to none. Surrounded by over 100 acres of beautiful wooded countryside, yet ... More | visit website

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