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Travelodge Preston Central
Preston Farmers Office
New Hall Lane

Preston
Lancashire

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The Travelodge Preston Central is an affordable 3 star hotel ideally located for exploring the city and the North West. The hotel is just minutes from all the major high-streets shops and close to Preston NE Football Club, Camelot Theme Park and Fishergate Shopping Centre.
With free onsite parking at the Travelodge Preston Central and easy access to the M6 and M65, the entire North West of England is easily accessible. Blackburn, Blackpool, Lancaster and Manchester are all within easy reach of this well placed hotel.
Experience this great location along with the quality accommodation you can always expect from the Travelodge. Your stay will be more than comfortable at the Travelodge Preston Central in a spacious guest room, which boasts en-suite, TV, WiFi internet and tea and coffee making facilities.

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