PrestonCopyright Peter Shone

Preston, now a city, has a huge student population rendering the nightlife lively, but also offers gems like the huge Moor Park, elegant Winckley Square, and surprisingly England’s most recent addition to our waterways linking the Lancaster Canal via the Ribble to the rest of the network... Read More

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Preston Events

March
Easter Sunday Funday and Farmers Market/Craft Fair
May
Pleasure Fair
June
Balloon & Fireworks Festival
Preston Riversway Festival
July
Balloon & Fireworks Festival
Caribbean Carnival
Food and Craft Fair
Fylde Vintage Weekend & Farm Show
Jazz Day
Preston Mela
August
7 Parks Walk
Allotments and Leisure Garden Show
Extreme Sports Weekend
Garden & Craft Show
Preston Mela
September
Guy'- Murphy's Oyster Festival
Lancashire Pot Fair
October
Continental Market
November
Christmas Food and Craft Fair
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Hotels in Preston - 33 places to stay

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Gibbon Bridge Hotel

Gibbon Bridge Hotel

The Gibbon Bridge Hotel is located in the heart of a very special part of England. A well kept secret to many, the Forest of Bowland is both a delight and a pleasure with its ... More | Double Room: £140 based on two sharing | visit website

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Guy's Thatched Hamlet

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Guy's Thatched Hamlet tucked away by the side of the Lancaster canal at Bilsborrow near Garstang. Where guests can step back in time and enjoy the good things in life in a relaxed and informal ... More | Double Room: From £55
Executive rooms with spa baths available and new Deluxe Executive rooms with double spa
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Pickerings Hotel

Pickerings Hotel

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The Pickerings Country House Hotel is located just outside one of Lancashire‚s most appealing market towns, Garstang. Nestling in 2 acres of mature grounds this 18th Century country residence in ... More

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Crofters Hotel

Crofters Hotel

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The Crofters Hotel was recently voted runner-up in the Lancashire Tourist Board’s Small Hotel of the Year 2008 awards and has received a prestigious AA Rosette for the quality of its ... More

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Bartle Hall Hotel

Bartle Hall Hotel

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This beautiful country manor rests in the countryside just 8 kilometres/5 miles from Preston (10 minutes) and near Blackpool.
The hotel is family-run and owned, offers a good restaurant, bar and bedrooms ... More

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The Claremont Hotel

The Claremont Hotel
The Claremont Hotel is set in beautiful gardens with ample car parking; the hotel is just minutes away from the town centre and main railway station and is within easy reach of the M6 motorway. ... More | visit website
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Preston Swallow

Preston Swallow

Set in the heart of the picturesque Lancashire countryside and within easy reach of the Lake District, the Preston Swallow Hotel is the perfect setting for a relaxing break.

Each of our 78 rooms has shower ... More | visit website

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Park Hotel

Park Hotel

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Only a short walk to Riversway and the University and within a mile of the city centre and station. Why suffer in an a bland lodge when you can be pampered ... More

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Whitburn House Hotel

Whitburn House Hotel

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Whitburn House Hotel is a delightful Victorian house opposite Moor Mark and is easily accessible to M55 and M6 motorway, close to university and one and a half miles from ... More | Double Room: £27
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Haighton Manor Country House Hotel

Haighton Manor Country House Hotel
Haighton Manor Country Hotel & Restaurant is one of the finest manor houses in Lancashire offering a unique dining out, wedding, conference and event experience. The hotel is an historic 17th Century country house situated ... More | Double Room: From £90 | visit website

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