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Hotels in Wrea Green

The Villa
Moss Side Lane
Wrea Green
Lancashire

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Its rare to find a distinctive hotel in an idyllic setting, and even rarer to discover one that offers a fine dining experience to match...Yet that's exactly what's in store for visitors to The Villa, Situated in the picture perfect Lancashire village of Wrea Green just minutes from the hustle & bustle of junction 3 of the M55.

The Villa started life as an impressive 19th century gentleman's residence, and although its more recent transition to Country House has involved extensive refurbishment, it still manages to retain the air of quiet elegance that befits its distinguished heritage.

Set amidst rolling parkland, The Villa presents an imposing aspect from the sweeping private approach and, once inside, the beautifully planned accommodation certainly lives up to its promise, offering handsome, well-proportioned public spaces and luxuriously appointed bedrooms.

What-ever the occasion, experience the difference at this delightful Country House Hotel.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
Number of Rooms: 25
Number Ensuite: 25

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full English Breakfast & VAT
Double: From £90
Single: From £75
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Cuisine: Bistro style

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