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Bower Hotel
Hollinwood Av
Chadderton

Oldham
Lancashire

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Built in the Victorian era by one the area's most famous families, the Swallow Bower Hotel is well located for exploring the region's towns and countryside. Over the years the hotel's original character has been sympathetically maintained and enhanced to cater for guests with both leisure and business needs.

Our 90 comfortable bedrooms include 28 club bedrooms which are larger than you'd expect in a three star hotel, with many of the rooms overlooking the secret garden to the rear of the hotel.

Dining at the hotel is available in Sheridan's, our popular restaurant open to both hotel guests and local residents. Both original and innovative dishes complement an extensive wine list and also a great variety of traditional choices.

The hotel enjoys excellent facilities that can successfully cater for both intimate dining for couples, through to much larger corporate events. Our friendly and professional staff is available to help with all your specific requirements, ensuring your stay at the hotel is a memorable one.

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Ratings/Awards: 3 Star
Number of Rooms: 90
Number Ensuite: 90
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Name: Sheridan Restaurant

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