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Parr Hall Farm
Parr Lane


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Parr Hall Farm was built in 1721 by a gentleman farmer called Edward Parr. The property has had a chequered history, but still retains some of its original features.
In the 19th century a rear wing was added as a harness room to service horse-drawn buses. Later this became Ellison's Motor Bus Company that plied between Preston, Wigan and Chorley markets.
The farm was purchased by its present owners, Mike and Kate Motley, in 1972 and has been extensively modernised and refurbished.
Guest accommodation was opened in 1996. A recent barn conversion has provided additional accommodation, including five rooms on the ground floor.
The accommodation offered is of a high standard and unique quality.
There is ample parking in the cobbled farmyard that is bordered by a red brick barn and a former cow byre. Once surrounded by apple, pear and damson orchards, the house now has well-established gardens which guests are welcome to use.
Guests have their own entrance and, once checked in, are free to come and go as they please.


Ratings/Awards: AA 4 Star Guest Accommodation

Price per Room:

Double: £70
Single: £45
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