Goosnargh is famous for its duck of course, and its chicken, and locally is known for its cakes, a pleasant little town in rural Lancs with plenty of facilities to boot... Read More

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Hotels in Goosnargh - 3 places to stay

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Ye Horns Inn

Ye Horns Inn
YE HORNS INN has all the comforts of a traditional Lancastrian hostelry.
The Inn is renowned for its warm welcome, traditional style of cooking and top quality accommodation.
Dating back to before the 1780's little ... More | visit website
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Ye Horns Inn

Ye Horns Inn

A four star 17th Century inn, famous in the area for its food & top quality accommodation set in a converted barn. Friendly and professional service, ideally located for travelling in the local area.

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Haighton Manor Country House Hotel (1.27 miles)

Haighton Manor Country House Hotel
Haighton Manor Country Hotel & Restaurant is one of the finest manor houses in Lancashire offering a unique dining out, wedding, conference and event experience. The hotel is an historic 17th Century country house situated ... More | visit website
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Preston Marriott Hotel (2.36 miles)

Preston Marriott Hotel
Located in North England near Manchester in the city of Preston, the luxurious 4-star Preston Marriott Hotel, which was once a grand Victorian manor house, is minutes away from the M6, yet set in 11 ... More | visit website
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Ibis Preston North (2.49 miles)

Ibis Preston North
Perfectly located close to the North West of England travel corridor and 3 miles from the city centre, The Ibis Hotel Preston North offers easy access to local amenities and onward to the coastal town ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Preston East (2.50 miles)

Premier Inn Preston East
Ideally positioned within easy reach of the M6. For shops and local amenities Preston city centre is only 2.5 miles away. Conveniently located for both business and leisure guests, this hotel is situated between Preston ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Preston North (3.24 miles)

Premier Inn Preston North
Situated in a picturesque location in the village of Bilsborrow, next to Lancaster canal. For shops and local amenities Preston city centre is only 7 miles away. Local attractions include Preston North End football museum ... More | visit website
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Barton Grange Hotel (3.25 miles)

Barton Grange Hotel

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With a convenient location, superb dining and great facilities, Prestonís newest 4-star hotel is stylish and contemporary, whilst simultaneously retaining all the traditional charm of the original manor house.
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Whitburn House Hotel (3.72 miles)

Whitburn House Hotel

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Whitburn House Hotel is a delightful Victorian house opposite Moor Mark and is easily accessible to M55 and M6 motorway, close to university and one and a half miles from ... More
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Guy's Thatched Hamlet (4.03 miles)


Guy's Thatched Hamlet tucked away by the side of the Lancaster canal at Bilsborrow near Garstang. Where guests can step back in time and enjoy the good things in life in a relaxed and informal ... More | visit website

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Tickled Trout Hotel (4.36 miles)

Tickled Trout Hotel

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Another world exists alongside the m6. Just off junction 31, on the banks of the River Ribble stands The Tickled Trout. A haven from the tensions of motorway traffic, it's the ... More

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Centenary Mill Apartments (4.43 miles)

Centenary Mill Apartments

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Centenary Mill is located in the Preston City Centre Modern and spacious two bedroom apartments great value for money and is ideal for business and leisure. Amenities include high quality ... More

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