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Alexander Hotel, Burnley, Lancashire

Alexander Hotel
1 Leven Street
Burnley
Lancashire

BB11 3ET | View map

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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 with colour TV & tea/coffee
Having gained a Highly Commended Award from the English Tourist Board, along with three crown and AA 2 star status, we are justifiably proud of our reputation.

We extend a warm and friendly welcome to all our guests and offer a first class service at competitive prices. Whether for a short break or longer stay, on business or for pleasure, having a quiet meal with friends or celebrating a family occasion, give the Alexander Hotel a try - it will be the best choice you've ever made.

Our excellent Restaurant offers full A-La-Carte Silver Served meals, Monday to Saturday and Sunday lunches from 12pm till 6pm, together with a special budget priced residents' menu from Monday - Friday.

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