Thurnham

Thurnham comprises two quiet little villages of that name, Upper and Lower, in the rolling green countryside adjacent to the Lune estuary southwest of Lancaster, with Cockersand Abbey nearby.. Read More

Hotels in Thurnham - 2 places to stay

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Thurnham Hall

Thurnham Hall

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Located in a beautiful green area on the edge of Lancaster and the Lune Estuary, this 12th century country house with leisure centre is a unique setting for a relaxing break. Thurnham ... More

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Thurnham Hall

Thurnham Hall

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Located in a beautiful green area on the edge of Lancaster and the Lune Estuary, this 12th century country house with leisure centre is a unique setting for a relaxing break. Thurnham ... More

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The Mill at Conder Green (0.34 miles)

The Mill at Conder Green operates as a Hotel Bar and Restaurant located at Conder Green, Lancaster. At The Mill at Conder Green you will find comfortable en-suite accommodation with breath taking views, a relaxing ... More | visit website
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Lancaster House Hotel (2.06 miles)

Lancaster House Hotel
Modern, country-house style hotel with superb leisure facilties inlcuding 50ft pool, outdoor hot tub, beauty spa and Award winning cuisine in the new Foodworks Restaurant. Lancashire's "Large Hotel of the Year 07/08", The Lancaster House, ... More | visit website
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The Bay Horse Inn (2.65 miles)

The Bay Horse Inn

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Discover the beauty and enjoy the tranquility of this unspoiled area of rural Lancashire. With glorious and peaceful countryside, The Trough of Bowland is the perfect destination. Here you can ... More

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Fleece Inn (3.47 miles)

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Famous for award-winning food, drink, and service, we are located just by the Forest of Bowland - area of outstanding natural beauty, yet just a couple of miles from the ... More

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Travelodge Lancaster M6 (3.48 miles)

There are loads of reasons our customers choose to stay at Travelodge. Our great value clean and comfortable rooms with en-suite provide everything needed for a good night's sleep and are close to where people ... More | visit website

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New Holly (3.54 miles)

New Holly
The New Holly is an award winning, 4 star rated public house with a new restaurant, bars, games room and sumptuous en-suite accommodation.  Excellently located on the A6 in between Lancaster & Preston just 2 ... More | visit website
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Greaves Hotel (3.58 miles)

Greaves Hotel

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from the 8th of june 2009 the greaves hotel is under new managementWithin easy reach of the city centre, the Greaves Hotel offers comfortable accommodation and a cosy bar atmosphere. ... More

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Middle Holly Cottage (3.88 miles)

Middle Holly Cottage

Old Coaching Inn built in 1820, has been tastefully refurbished to provide a high standard of accommodation with a warm friendly atmosphere.Contemporary ensuite rooms with digital LCD TV,complimentory Wi Fi connection,hospitality tray.Large safe car park ... More | visit website

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Penny Street Bridge (3.94 miles)

Penny Street Bridge

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Centrally located in the heart of historic Lancaster, overlooking the canal, with shops and amenities close by, Penny Street Bridge is a brand new 4-star development. The hotel and its public ... More

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The Royal Hotel (latinos) (4.07 miles)

The Royal Hotel (latinos)

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Recently newly opened hotel with 10 spacious en-suite bedrooms. Hospitality tray. wide screen t v and free wireless in all rooms.ironing and hair drying facilities on request. City center. Next ... More

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