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County - Lancashire | Map
Tel code: 01257 | code search
Postcode: L40 | code search
Population: 2700
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Holcombe Hill Egg Rolling
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Red Lion
"Excellent place. Stopped overnight and rooms were absolutely splotlessly clean, with lots of extra touches which were lovely. We also had lunch on the Sat and Sunday and the food ..." More

Wayfarer Restaurant
"I have frequently travelled to the Wayfarer Restaurant in Parbold these last 4-5 years.The food is always first class, the choice of three menus is always a bonus.The service is ..." More

Wayfarer Restaurant
"The food was top quality and not overpriced. The 3 menus had lots of choice , there was pub food, a la carte and an italian room too. Nice wine ..." More

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"For spectacular views right across West Lancashire, head just outside the village of Parbold on the A5209 towards Ormskirk. Right up on the top of the hill there is a ..." More

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The village of Parbold is in Lancashire in the valley of the River Douglas and with the Leeds Liverpool canal passing close to the town centre. It has in recent years proved popular with those commuters who appreciate the rural aspect of this large village as it is around three miles to the M6 which in turn offers easy access to the major North West economic centres of Liverpool, Manchester and Preston with easy access to the M6 making it a popular location for the commuter. Dominating the area is Parbold Hill where a little below its summit is a monument that was originally erected to commemorate the Reform Bill of 1832 and it is unusual as it is somewhat bottle shaped, known locally as Parbold Bottle. From here though the views are splendid and the more energetic can take advantage of the myriad of pathways and walks that are well signed to appreciate the incredible scenery. Parbold has plenty to offer both the resident and visitor, the canal is popular with anglers and ramblers whilst the village boasts a number of good pubs and local shops with the occasional tea room. With two churches, primary schools and other facilities it is easy to appreciate why Parbold is such a popular location.

Doctor

The Surgery

Inn

Red Lion

Pub and Bar

Eagle & Child
Red Lion
Wiggin Tree

Restaurant

Eagle & Child
Red Lion
Wayfarer Restaurant

School

Our Lady & All Saints RC Primary School
Parbold Douglas C of E Primary School

Taxi

Ormskirk Taxis & Coaches

Antiques

Parbold Antiques

Places to Stay near Parbold

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Red Lion (0.77 miles)

Red Lion

The Red Lion is the only surviving pub left in the beautiful Lancashire village of Newburgh. Newburgh sits on the Leeds and Liverpool canal just a short distance from Wigan. This traditional pub with its ... More

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Wrightington (2.43 miles)

Wrightington
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The award winning the Best Western The Wrightington enjoys a rural setting yet is only a quarter-mile from exit 27 off the m6. Honored as ... More
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Briars Hall Hotel (2.72 miles)

Briars Hall Hotel

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Origanally an 18th century country manor house, Briars Hall has been lovingly restored and converted into a first class country hotel.Licenced for civil weddings,Set in 4 acres of stunning woodlands.The ... More

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Premier Inn Wigan North (3.49 miles)

Premier Inn Wigan North
Ideally located in picturesque surroundings, yet just off the M6 with great connections to Wigan, Preston and Bolton. For shops and local amenities Wigan town centre and train station are only 4 miles away, closer ... More | visit website
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Holland Hall Country House Hotel (3.69 miles)

Holland Hall Country House Hotel

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Holland Hall Hotel is a chic 30 bedroom, boutique hotel in the town of Up Holland in the heart of Lancashire. A 17th century former country house, the Hotel retains ... More

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Days Inn Charnock Richard - M6 (3.85 miles)

Days Inn Charnock Richard - M6
Free wi-fi facilities when you book this hotel. After a refurbishement of both Family rooms and Executive Double rooms, Days Inn Charnock Richard now has many great features to offer you. The Hotel is now equipped ... More | visit website
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Park Hall Hotel (3.91 miles)

Park Hall Hotel
The new-look Best Western Park Hall Hotel is nearing completion of a multi- million pound refurbishment programme, ensuring the hotels facilities are second to none. Surrounded by over 100 acres of beautiful wooded countryside, yet ... More | visit website
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Parr Hall Farm (4.14 miles)

Parr Hall Farm

Parr Hall Farm was built in 1721 by a gentleman farmer called Edward Parr. The property has had a chequered history, but still retains some of its original features.
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Brandreth Barn (4.14 miles)

Brandreth Barn
You are assured of a warm welcome by all at The Brandreth Barn, it is a family-run bed and breakfast which is located in a rural area of the North West. The 18th century brick-built ... More | visit website
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Lancashire Manor (4.43 miles)

Lancashire Manor
The Best Western Lancashire Manor Hotel dates back to its origins as an Elizabethan Manor House built in the 16th Century and has evolved over time into the hotel you see today. As a base ... More | visit website

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