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Premier Inn Blackpool Kirkham

Premier Inn Blackpool Kirkham
This Premier Inn is just 3 miles from the Kirkham town centre. For entertainment, Blackpool Pleasure Beach is 7 miles away; Fleetwood is also with in easy reach. Nearby transport options include Kirkham train station, ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Preston East

Premier Inn Preston East
Ideally positioned within easy reach of the M6. For shops and local amenities Preston city centre is only 2.5 miles away. Conveniently located for both business and leisure guests, this hotel is situated between Preston ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Preston North

Premier Inn Preston North
Situated in a picturesque location in the village of Bilsborrow, next to Lancaster canal. For shops and local amenities Preston city centre is only 7 miles away. Local attractions include Preston North End football museum ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Preston South (Cuerden Way)

Premier Inn Preston South (Cuerden Way)
Ideally situated within easy reach of both the M6 and M65. For shops and local amenities Preston city centre is only 3 miles away. Conveniently located for Preston train station. Closer still Bamber Bridge train ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Preston West

Premier Inn Preston West
Ideally situated within easy reach of Blackpool with attractions including Blackpool Pleasure Beach theme park and Blackpool Tower. For shops and local amenities Preston city centre is only 5 miles away. Conveniently located for Preston ... More | visit website
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Travelodge Preston Central

The Travelodge Preston Central is an affordable 3 star hotel ideally located for exploring the city and the North West. The hotel is just minutes from all the major high-streets shops and close to Preston ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Preston Central

Premier Inn Preston Central
Premier Inn Preston Central is a one-minute walk from Preston's shopping area. It has air-conditioned bedrooms and a Thyme restaurant. Preston Train Station is less than 0.5 miles away. The University of Central Lancashire, Preston College ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Preston South (Craven Drive)

Premier Inn Preston South (Craven Drive)
Just off junction 29, less than 5 miles (8 km) from Preston's city centre, the hotel offers free parking and spacious rooms with luxury power showers. The Premier Inn Preston South (Craven Drive) has some rooms ... More | visit website

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