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Preston Swallow
Preston New Rd
Samlesbury

Preston
Lancashire

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Set in the heart of the picturesque Lancashire countryside and within easy reach of the Lake District, the Preston Swallow Hotel is the perfect setting for a relaxing break.

Each of our 78 rooms has shower facilities, TV, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, ironing board and trouser press to provide you a comfortable setting during your stay.

When wishing to dine at the hotel why not enjoy a relaxing drink in our lounge before experiencing the highly creative cuisine in the award-winning restaurant. Choose from the wide range of mouth-watering dishes and fine wines available, and experience the exceptional service our staff always provides.

The hotel is also able to host and help organise your business meetings, conferences and weddings, always tailoring our packages to meet your specific

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 78
Number Ensuite: 78
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Name: Bistro

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