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Catterall is located in the North West of England just South of its larger neighbour, Garstang in the County of Lancashire. Originally referred to in the Domesday Book as Caterhala it’s name underwent a number of changes before becoming Catterall as it is known today. In its time Catterall was an industrious area, the River Calder runs close to the village and the inhabitants of Catterall used this to power the printing mills and worsted mills in the area. Boots and clogs were also made and sold locally, because of the river the land around it was particularly suited to dairy and livestock farming. The Preston to Kendal Canal goes through Catterall and the aqueduct under which the River Calder is siphoned was designed by world famous architect John Rennie (1761-1821 and who is buried at St Paul’s Cathedral in London. Today Catterall is a small village nestling between the A6, Preston Lancaster New Road, and the B6430, Garstang Road with a sense of community, a post office and shops. Local residents enjoy the quality of life that this village offers and it is easy to understand why, nestling in the countryside with relatively easy access to the road and rail network.

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Pickerings Hotel (0.04 miles)

Pickerings Hotel

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The Pickerings Country House Hotel is located just outside one of Lancashire‚s most appealing market towns, Garstang. Nestling in 2 acres of mature grounds this 18th Century country residence in ... More

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BEST WESTERN Garstang Country Hotel and Golf Centre (0.63 miles)

BEST WESTERN Garstang  Country Hotel and  Golf Centre

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Set in a haven of peace and tranquillity with far reaching views of the Golf Course and surrounding countryside.
The Award winning Kingfisher Restaurant serves Dinner each evening and Sunday Luncheon, ... More

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Kenlis Arms (0.97 miles)

Kenlis Arms

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The Kenlis Arms at Barnacre, Garstang is an idyllic "country pub" on the edge of the Forest of Bowland. Family owned & run, The Kenlis Arms is open daily, serving ... More

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Royal Oak Hotel (1.52 miles)

Royal Oak Hotel
Garstang is well worth a visit being conveniently situated between Lancaster and Preston many commuters to these two cities prefer the quiet and attractive living environment that is on offer here and where the ambience ... More | visit website
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Guy's Thatched Hamlet (1.98 miles)


Guy's Thatched Hamlet tucked away by the side of the Lancaster canal at Bilsborrow near Garstang. Where guests can step back in time and enjoy the good things in life in a relaxed and informal ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Preston North (2.14 miles)

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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Mole End Cottage (2.62 miles)

Mole End Cottage
If you are looking for a 5 star holiday home in Lancashire then Mole End Cottage could be the perfect accommodation for you. This luxury self-catering cottage offers high-quality décor and furnishings throughout and can ... More | visit website
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Calderbank Country Lodge (3.74 miles)

The Calderbank Country Lodge is situated in the picturesque hamlet of Oakenclough near Garstang in Lancashire. It offers a quiet Bed and Breakfast retreat surrounded by open countryside in the Forest of Bowland. ... More | visit website
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Middle Holly Cottage (4.46 miles)

Middle Holly Cottage

Old Coaching Inn built in 1820, has been tastefully refurbished to provide a high standard of accommodation with a warm friendly atmosphere.Contemporary ensuite rooms with digital LCD TV,complimentory Wi Fi connection,hospitality tray.Large safe car park ... More | visit website

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Courtyard B&B (4.79 miles)

Courtyard B&B

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Come and stay in our lovely luxury ensuite rooms all with flat screen tvs ,lounge with dvd player tv and cd player.your own tea and coffee facilities and bowland spring ... More

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