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Jarvis Leyland Hotel
Leyland Way


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Lancashire's best kept secret, the Leyland Hotel boasts the finest hotel facilities in the area. Part of the award winning Feathers Group, this designer hotel exceeds all expectations. Preston's leading hotel is situated in a peaceful nook just off of junction 28 of the M6 and is the perfect location for an overnight stay, professional conference or meeting. We are very near to Blackpool, Southport and Camelot Theme Park. We are in a perfect location if you like shopping, as the Trafford centre, Manchester, Liverpool and Cheshire Oaks are only 30 minutes drive from ourselves.

The Feathers Group have completed a multi-million pound refurbishment programme, which has created wonderful public areas, an award-winning restaurant, magnificent health spa and contemporary executive bedrooms.
We have special rates available for the Grand National weekend. We are 20 minutes drive from Aintree Racecourse and just on the edge of the M58 motorway.


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