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Whitburn House Hotel
111 Garstang Road
Fulwood

Preston
Lancashire

PR2 3EB | View map

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Whitburn House Hotel is a delightful Victorian house opposite Moor Mark and is easily accessible to M55 and M6 motorway, close to university and one and a half miles from the town centre.

The hotel is beautifully decorated and furnished throughout. All rooms are centrally heated. Each bedroom has en-suite facilities, tea/coffee refreshment tray, alarm clocks and colour co-ordinated matching bed linen and curtains.

To compliment your stay a full English breakfast is served in our attractive breakfast room. Car parking is also available to the rear

Our main aim is to make you feel welcome and relaxed so with our personal attention to detail, including good old fashioned hospitality ensure you leave with lasting memories.

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Number of Rooms: 13
Number Ensuite: 8

Price per Person

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast
Double: 27
Twin: 27
Single: 30 - 40
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Credit Cards Accepted
Children Welcome
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
Tourist Board Inspected
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