RamsbottomCopyright Alexander P Kapp

Ramsbottom is brilliant: the steam railway, great independent shops, lovely big old park, and a very fine foodie destination. On the M66 its just a sprint to Manchester too, for both visitors and commuters... Read More

Ramsbottom Tips:

"Parking is generally free there is a big car pa...more

A Visitor's View

Ramsbottom just a great place, I was bought up ...More

Ramsbottom Events

Ramsbottom Chocolate Festival
Holcombe Egg Rolling
Ramsbottom Festival
The World Black Pudding Throwing Championship

Hotels in Ramsbottom - 2 places to stay

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The Grant Arms Hotel

The Grant Arms Hotel
The Grant Arms is a comfortable hotel situated in the centre of Ramsbottom. The Hotel Wing provides 14 beautifully appointed en-suite bedrooms with, colour television with satellite channels, direct dial telephones, tea and coffee ... More | visit website

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Red Hall Hotel (1.27 miles)

Red Hall Hotel

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The Red Hall Hotel has 37 beautiful rooms all recently fully refurbished. All of our rooms are en suite with LCD television, Sky, telephone, hair dryers, free wi-fi, radio, tea ... More

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Holden Vale Hotel (2.47 miles)

Holden Vale Hotel

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Situated on the edge of Helmshore village in the Rossendale valley only 13 miles from Manchester and centrally located between Bolton, Burnley and Bury and ... More

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Red Lion (2.55 miles)

Red Lion
The Red Lion is situated in the lovely village of Hawkshaw on the outskirts of Bury & bordering Bolton. It has been extensively refurbished in March 2011 and offers quality, traditional home cooked food both ... More | visit website
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Best Western Bolholt Country Park Hotel (3.36 miles)

Best Western Bolholt Country Park Hotel

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Set in 52 acres of beautiful parkland, between 2 tranquil lakes, the hotel boasts superb leisure facilities, including 2 swimming pools, 2 saunas, 2 jacuzzis and a cold plunge pool. Situated in ... More

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Strawbury Duck Inn (4.04 miles)

Strawbury Duck Inn
Nestled within the wild and wonderful Lancashire Moors, the Strawbury Duck is a hidden gem, and possibly one of the best kept secrets in Bolton.

With the recent refurbishments, this 18th century Inn has been restored ... More | visit website
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Last Drop Village & Hotel (The) (4.60 miles)

Last Drop Village & Hotel (The)
On the fringe of open countryside and with breathtaking views of the West Pennine Moors, Mercure Last Drop Village & Spa is a collection of 18th century farmhouses and is today steeped in fascinating history. ... More | visit website
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Egerton House Hotel (5.09 miles)

Egerton House Hotel
The Egerton House Hotel is a privately owned country house hotel - relaxed elegance.

Once you arrive at Egerton House, it's easy to forget that the outside world exists, but should you decide to explore the ... More | visit website
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Number 678 (5.15 miles)

Number 678

Situated in fashionable rural Rossendale close to major motorway networks, the location of the no678 is complemented by ample parking, a contemporary interior, and a calming atmosphere with a riverside location adding that extra 'tranquility', ... More | visit website

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Travelodge Bury (5.35 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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The Brewhouse (5.38 miles)

The Brewhouse

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The Brewhouse is everything you would desire from a local inn and restaurant superb freshly prepared food, a wide selection of beers, cask ales, wines and spirits, en suite ... More

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