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New Holly
New Holly
Lancaster Road A6

Forton
Lancashire

PR3 0BL | View map
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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 miles from Junction 33 of the M6.

The location of the New Holly is ideal for those visiting Preston or Lancaster for whatever reason. Lancaster is just 5 miles away and Preston is just 8 miles away. Lancaster University is only 3 miles away making the New Holly an excellent base when visiting Lancaster University. The popular seaside resort of Blackpool is 15 miles away. To get away from it all you can visit the Crough of Bowland nearby, a place of outstanding natural beauty.

The New Holly is an ideal stopping point if you are arriving from the Isle of Man via the ferry terminal which is just 30 minutes away. Late check ins are available.

As a thriving public house the New Holly offers all the facilities you would expect from a public house. There is an excellent bar, lounge and restaurant, The restaurant has won numerous awards. Our top chefs have recently won the area award for Thwaites Catering Newcomer of The Year, and have also been finalists in the prestigious Publican Newcomer of the Year and Pub Food Champion awards, as well as runner up in the Pub Chef Awards Young Pub Chef of the Year.
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