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Guy's Thatched Hamlet
Canalside
St Michael's Road
Bilsborrow
Nr Garstang

Preston
Lancashire

PR3 0RS
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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 atmosphere.
Guy's Lodge offers facilities demanded by the modern day traveller in an old world atmosphere.

Guys Eating Establishment & Pizzeria our Restaurant with a superb range of food from freshly made pizza to succulent steaks.
Owd Nells Tavern serving buckle busting country fayre ranging from whale size fish & chips and Owd Nells famous homemade steak & kidney pudding.

Guy's Thatched Hamlet includes:
Guy's Lodge - Guy's Eating Establishment - Tommy Hattons Nite Venue - 'Owd Nell's Tavern, Cricket Ground and Pavilion - Bowling Green & Pavillion - Conference Rooms - The Tavern Deck - Ice Cream Parlour - Dirty Nellies Snug

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Number of Rooms: 65
Number Ensuite: 65

Price per Room:

Double: From 55
Executive rooms with spa baths available and new Deluxe Executive rooms with double spa
Single: From 55
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Restaurant

Name: Guys Eating Establishment & Pizzeria / Owd Nells Tavern

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Credit Cards Accepted
Disabled Access
Children Welcome
Evening Meal Provided
Special Diets Catered For
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
TV in Rooms
Satellite TV
Conference/Business Facilities
Garden

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