LeighCopyright SMJ

Leigh was once a major textiles and coal producer, but these days is noted for its excellent shopping (and pubs) and for transformations like the large-scale tree planting at Colliers Wood... Read More

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Hotels in Leigh - 3 places to stay

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Greyhound Hotel

Greyhound Hotel

The Greyhound Leigh hotel is a fantastic venue situated in a prime location on the East Lancashire Road (A580), just 10 miles from Manchester city centre, 22 miles from Liverpool city centre & 30 minutes from Manchester Airport. ... More | Double Room: 49.50 | visit website

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Park Inn

Park Inn

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The Park Inn Leigh Hotel is just 10 kilometres from Manchester and a short drive to Liverpool, making it the ideal choice for business and leisure travellers looking for ... More | visit website

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Sporting Lodge The Greyhound Hotel (1.09 miles)

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The Greyhound hotel is situated in a prime location for Manchester and Liverpool including the international airports. The hotel is professional yet friendly with a warm welcome every time you ... More

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Daisy Hill Hotel (2.68 miles)

Daisy Hill Hotel

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Only 5 miles from Bolton town centre, and one mile from M61 junction 5.

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Premier Inn Haydock (3.74 miles)

Situated between Liverpool and Manchester, ideally located on the A580 and near to the M6. Local attractions include Haydock Racecourse and Gulliver's World Theme Park. For shops and local amenities Haydock town centre is only ... More | visit website
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Innkeeper's Lodge Warrington Haydock (3.84 miles)

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The Innkeeper's Lodge Warringotn is 4 miles north of Warrington on the A580 Lancashire Road, this lodge is next to a Toby Carvery restaurant in the pleasant village of Lowton. ... More

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The Mercury (3.88 miles)

The Mercury is a home from home with its own bar, home cooked food and entertainment in the main bar 7 nights a week.

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This privately run establishment offers friendly service and ... More | visit website
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Britannia Bolton (4.93 miles)

Britannia Bolton

The Britannia Bolton Hotel is situated close to the M61 Motorway with views over Rivington Pike. The hotel offers 120 car parking spaces and a spacious reception area that offers a warm welcome. All 96 ... More | visit website

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Ingleside House (4.95 miles)

Ingleside House

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Situated in a peaceful country setting, this family-friendly property enjoys country views and nearby motorway and train connections. Single occupancy is also available. Ingleside House is just 1.5 miles (2.5 km) from ... More

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Marriott Worsley Park Hotel & Country Club (4.99 miles)

Marriott Worsley Park Hotel & Country Club
Whether you're travelling for business, pleasure, or planning a meeting, Worsley Park, A Marriott Hotel & Country Club focuses on what it takes to make your trip successful. Enjoy the comfort of one of our ... More | visit website
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Coaching Inn Hotel (5.00 miles)

Coaching Inn Hotel

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This family-run hotel is within easy reach of the JJB Stadium, the Robin Park Sports complex, the Three Sisters race track, Haydock Racecourse and the Reebok Stadium. Situated on the A573 main ... More

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Novotel Manchester West (5.17 miles)

Novotel Manchester West
The Novotel Manchester West is an 3 star AA rated hotel in the historic village of Worsley, ideally located for a business trip but also for a short family break with easy access to all ... More | visit website

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