Clayton Le WoodsCopyright Margaret Clough

Clayton-le-Woods sits between Preston and Chorley, with the moors to its east, a small town with more of the rural than metropolitan about it, that feeling enhanced by its huge Cuerdon Valley Park... Read More

Hotels in Clayton Le Woods - 3 places to stay

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Pines Hotel

Pines Hotel

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The Pines Hotel was built in 1895 and was originally a private gentleman's residence of Victorian design. Situated in landscaped gardens and mature woodlands, the hotel offers every modern comfort and ... More

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Travelodge Preston Chorley

Travelodge Preston Chorley

Located on the A6 Road to Chorley, 6 miles from the Camelot Theme Park, this Travelodge provides contemporary quality accommodation and an ideal base for exploring the surrounding attractions and countryside. Spacious en-suite rooms, TV ... More | visit website

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Shaw Hill Golf and Country Club (1.11 miles)

Shaw Hill Golf and Country Club

Sitting like a crown above an 18 hole championship golf course, Shaw Hill's magnificent Georgian exterior is matched only by the beauty of the many original features, and lavish furnishings inside the building.

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Premier Travel Lodge Chorley (1.40 miles)

With more than 450 hotels on major routes across the UK, you're sure to find a Premier Travel Inn to suit you. And wherever you go you'll find comfy well-equipped bedrooms- everything you want for ... More
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Premier Inn Preston South (Cuerden Way) (1.59 miles)

Premier Inn Preston South (Cuerden Way)
Ideally situated within easy reach of both the M6 and M65. For shops and local amenities Preston city centre is only 3 miles away. Conveniently located for Preston train station. Closer still Bamber Bridge train ... More | visit website
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Hartwood Hall (1.74 miles)

Hartwood Hall

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Situated on the outskirts of the charming market town of Chorley, this former coaching inn is just minutes away from the M61, enabling easy access to Preston, Manchester and North Lancashire. Just ... More

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Farington Lodge Hotel (2.24 miles)

Farington Lodge Hotel

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Farington Lodge, a superb Grade II listed Georgian house set in three acres of mature lawns and gardens, blends lavish period splendour and a fascinating history with the very best ... More

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Premier Inn Preston South (Craven Drive) (2.32 miles)

Premier Inn Preston South (Craven Drive)
Just off junction 29, less than 5 miles (8 km) from Preston's city centre, the hotel offers free parking and spacious rooms with luxury power showers. The Premier Inn Preston South (Craven Drive) has some rooms ... More | visit website
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The Boatyard (2.85 miles)

The Boatyard

The Boat Yard is a canalside experience for Hoghton, close to the Lancashire towns of Blackburn and Chorley and offers a contemporary blend of bar, restaurant, coffee shop and accommodation. A wide range of wines ... More | visit website

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Inglewood Boutique B&B (3.10 miles)

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This Edwardian town house has been carefully converted into a boutique bed and breakfast offering free Wi-Fi, free parking and stylish accommodation at a reasonable price.
The Inglewood has elegant, Visit Britain-approved ... More

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Premier Inn Chorley South (4.02 miles)

Premier Inn Chorley South
Ideally located within easy reach of the M61 and M6. Local attractions include 3 Golf courses, Camelot theme park and Fredericks ice cream parlour. Conveniently located for Chorley train station. For shops and local amenities ... More | visit website
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Hunters Lodge Motel (4.49 miles)

Hunters Lodge Motel

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A friendly, family run motel, ideally situated for West Lancashire. Specialising in value for money overnight accommodation. Hunters Lodge Motel is a family run hotel offering affordable & conveniently located accommodation in ... More

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