Review of Austwick by linda & carl on February 22nd, 2009
love austwick. stayed at gamecock many times .fantastic food. clean and homely rooms . eric and maree could not do more to make you feel at home.will be back there soon
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Review of Blackpool by nick on January 30th, 2010
Great place to go. Cant wait for the pleasure beach to re-open in February. We always stay at Seaforth Guest House, where we can park our car and walk across the road to the fun fair.
Review of Blackpool by Nic on January 29th, 2007
I live close to Blackpool and believe it is the best place in UK for holiday - though it's not a cheap option. Plenty to do - the beach, zoo and pleasure beach for great rides in nice weather and great tropical swimming complex, sealife centre, ammusements ( coin operated)all indoors - shopping decent, though lots of shops selling tat. Blackpool lights in sept -great for kids. Could be cleaner, not a lot of healthy eating options, mainly fast food but some decent chippies. Great location for day trips out - The Lakes, Marton Mere Bird Sanctuary, Southport, Liverpool and Manchester to name a few.
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Review of Bury by d shaw on October 9th, 2010
A wonderfull market.Shame about the toilets in the indoor market,they stunk. A big let down I'm afraid.
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Review of Carnforth by Sheila Ashcroft on April 28th, 2007
I live and work in Carnforth and it's great! It is a small market town where the folk really are friendly. It's a great place to come for a day out after which you can push on up to the Arnside & Silverdale AONB and the Lakes. Come & take a look at the newly restored Carnforth Station & Visitor Centre (where I am the Manager!) which will amaze you with its fabulous exhibitions and Refreshment Room. Carnforth Station is famous as the setting for David Lean's classic film "Brief Encounter" where you will also see the famous clock. Come & visit us in sunny Carnforth! It's a lovely town in the heart of rural north Lancs which I am sure you will love!
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Review of Chipping by Hazel Cottage on January 18th, 2008
Hi, We just love Chipping. The Sun in and the Tilletson's are the most friendly pubs we have ever been in. We have bought the Bolt Hole Cottage and made it into a letting holiday cottage just so we can go and stay when ever we get chance to get away. If you are ever in the Ribble Valley or The Forest of Bowland, you must make a visit to Chipping. It is the most picturess village I have ever been to.
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Review of Chorley by Lorraina Costello on July 2nd, 2010
I stayed at The Pines Hotel last week, a luxury hotel, with fantastic service. I felt like royalty staying at there, the best hotel in lancashire, by far! Currently looking in to using their venue for my wedding next year (hopefully). I look forward to visiting the annual, wedding fayre 2010, on the 23rd September, I heard they have a popular jazz singer on that evening with niblets too...
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Review of Clayton le Woods by Les Sewell on September 5th, 2007
Been visiting for fifteen years. Good beer and good food.
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Review of Clitheroe by Mrs Gail Sykes on August 25th, 2009
We have just spent the weekend at The Three Rivers caravan Park in Clitheroe. We paid £42 for two nigts in a tent which for the facilities was exspensive for what we got. The toilets was disgusting you had to place something over your mouth for the smell it was that bad my daughter aged 10 was gipping. The swimming pool has got that much chlorine in half hour was enough before your eyes are stinging and they charge alot for what it is.They advertise flowing streams they are dried up or boggy no good for paddling as advertised, river to get in two fast for rubber dingys fine if you are an experianced canoer The area is fine for walkers but nothing to do with children. Will NOT be going back there again and I will not be recommending it to any friends. It was an expensive and boring weekend. Please believe me D0N'T GO!
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Review of Cliviger by J Butterworth on May 16th, 2008
21 Birthday Party 15/05/2008 (6 People) We had a very poor meal as follows (1) From ordering our 2 course meal we had to wait 90 Minutes for our final course to arrive. (2)People who ordered after us recieved thier meal and left before ours were served. (3) None of the meals came at the same time. Embarrasing to our guests. (4)Several meals although cooked were cold, noticable that the chips were hot the meat was cool. My family have been to the Ram at Cliviger before and have not had cause for complaint, we were informed by the bar staff that a new chef was on duty that Thursday night. If it was not for the fact that we were celabrating my sons 21st birthday I would have not payed the bill. A SHIT MEAL.
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Review of Farnworth by Val doe on September 3rd, 2008
i feel not enough is being done to preserve our little town. there are far too many takeaways and this is killing trade in farnworth. the council needs to be more responsible and in more control. there needs to be more work done in order to preserve the markets in terms of subsidy
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Review of Fleetwood by Patriciacunny@hotmail.com on April 29th, 2006
My husband & myself are always drawn back to Fleetwood, as it peaceful atmosphere, leaves us both feeling happier and content.
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Review of Goosnargh by Wayne Keith on January 28th, 2008
Excellent food, with a Mediterranean influence, well prepared and presented. Upon arrival, we were warmly greeted by the hostess and lead to a cozy lounge area decorated with comfortable leather sofas and chairs. A pleasant waitress took our order for drinks and then our food orders while we enjoyed the great ambiance of this exceptionally clean and inviting restaurant before dinner. Looking foward to a return visit as soon as possible.
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Review of Heywood by Sarah Thomas on September 15th, 2009
Heywood is a special place to me as I was born there in the 60's. Although as a baby we moved to Bury and then to Hollingworth Lake, Heywood will always remain "my home"!
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Review of Horwich by Julia Harrison on July 31st, 2013
Little undiscovered gem with access to the West Pennine Moors. Dog friendly, with fantastic walks at Rivington and if you can bring a bike it's a fabulous double with walking the dog on a bike! Lots of pubs and a choice of restaurants, why do more people not know about Horwich? Beaches on the banks of the reservoirs and woods with off lead walking it is a doggy paradise.
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Review of Howkem by J A Pendlebury-Jones on May 22nd, 2009
I Have been searching for Howkem on the internet but cannot find it anywhere. This is the only page that mentions Howkem. Can you help me please, I would love visit? Where is it Please? I found the reference to Howkem when I was researching my family. Thankyou Anne Jones
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Review of Leigh by kerry on February 15th, 2007
I enjoyed my evening at the colliers on a sunday. They had a great Karaoke and Disco on called Boogienights. The price in beer was cheep too. The landlady Anne is very nice and easy to talk to. I felt at home 10/10
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Review of Littleborough by Shirley Baker on October 21st, 2007
I lived in the Rake when Annie Turton owned it (my Grandmother). The pub look from the inside hasn't changed much but it has been spoilt by trying to make it into a 'Tapas' restaraunt. Anyone who new the pub before would be sad to see it change from being a pub, and I'm not sure what gran would think. But, if it's purley commercial thinking you want, then the pub's certainly that, but if it's being proud of the pubs history then the new owners have failed miserably. I was there in Sept 07 as my parents still live on the Rd, so I am pretty much up with all the changes. I live in Australia now and I am proud to tell of 'my family's' pub, but not to keen to promote the new look. Shame really isn't it!!! Oh yes, the food was quite nice as well. As for Littleborough, Well it still has charm, although you have to go further out now for the 'Old charm', but the little butcher on Hare hill Rd (Liams) is still the epitomy of good old fashioned lancashire hospitality and great service/quality. I will be back in 2yrs...lets hope not to much has changed.
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Review of Morecambe by mr h hunter on September 5th, 2006
been here three times-going again 9/9/06. love the place,very friendly residents, excl hotels, excl markets and shops-excl gala bingo, pubs, shopping center, mobility scooter friendly,we will keep coming back.
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Review of Ormskirk by sue on February 25th, 2007
Having spent a recent Saturday morning browsing the shops in Ormskirk and taking a glance inside the chapel gallery (always meant to, never quite got round to it- some interesting displays and lovely unusual gifts and greetings cards) we decided to head for lunch. Settled on the the left bank restaurant on Burscough Streeet which proved to be an excellent lunchtime choice. The restaurant is light and modern in decor and although fairly busy at the time we arrived the sevice was very efficient.I was soon settled at a window table enjoying a large glass of pinot grigio whilst studying the very reasonably priced menu. Me and ny partner then shared a cheesy garlic bread starter whilst awaiting a tomato and bacon pasta dish (him) and a sun dried tomato stuffed chicken breast with black puddings and vegetables(me). Both meals were delicious and the bill which included a large glass of wine and two bottled beers came to an incredible seventeen pounds! A definite lunchtime winner.
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Review of Preesall by EMILIE on January 31st, 2008
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Review of Preston by Rebecca Stone on March 12th, 2006
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Review of Ramsbottom by jp on July 2nd, 2008
Ramsbottom just a great place, I was bought up there and whenever I get the chance I go back to meet up with friends who still live there Rammy as most people call it will always be my home.. there are beautiful places to walk Nuttal Park , Reddisher Woods, and the walk to to the top of Holcome Hill which lots of people did on Good Friday. So come on take a trip to Rammy and enjoy a good day out..
Review of Ramsbottom by lynne on April 10th, 2007
Ramsbottom is a lovely place to live ,i lived ther for 20yrs ,i married a Ramsbottom man,After he died he went back to Burnley to live, but i still go to Ramsbottom car boot on Sunday its a great day out good pubs for lunch, and the xmas markets are fab, lots of stalls and there is the steam train you can travel on all inm all fab (do try if you have never been)its a must
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Review of Rossendale by Gwen on October 25th, 2010
Rossendale is a great place to live and work. Close to open countryside for walking, cycling or horseriding. If you like mountain biking than try Lee Quarry in Bacup. Be warned it's not for the faint hearted. Other places of interest are the Weaver's Cottage at Rawtenstall or the East Lancashire Tourism Railway. The Textile Museum in Helmshore is also a great place to visit.
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Review of St Annes on Sea by EILEENBELL on August 10th, 2009
I took a party of 21 to Inn on the Prom March 2009 and could not fault it in any way neither could any of my party Rooms had recenty been refurbished to a high standard the food at both breakfast and evening meal were well cooked and plenty of choice on the evenings when entertainment was on very good indeed and very enjoyable, we were asked to join the sequence dance break and enjoy there fun, So much so I am taking 41 there again this November for a Holly and Mistletoe break.
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