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The Bluebird Inn at Samlesbury in Preston features 4-star accommodations with a garden. The restaurant serves British dishes. The units in the hotel are fitted with a flat-screen TV. Great customer service from all the staff. Breakfast was wonderful. Very clean.
No.10 Preston is located in the city center of Preston, a 2 minute walk from St. George's shopping center. Free WiFi is offered in the apartments. Everything was superb plus there are little extras which make you feel great! Molton Brown, a cake when I left, Sky Sports and Movies and it is beautifully decorated.
Set in the center of Preston, within a short walk from attractions such as Avenham Park, Harris Museum, St George Shopping Center and the University of Central Lancashire, the Winckley Square Hotel... The boutique hotel is new and very beautiful. Our room was elegantly decorated. It is in a great location near the town center. The staff (Jacob, I believe) couldn't have been nicer and more accommodating about everything.
Holiday Inn Express Preston South off of the M6 highway junction 29 at Preston. It features free breakfast, free Wi-Fi and free parking, as well as a lounge bar and restaurant. Excellent breakfast,friendly, helpful staff.
On the banks of the River Ribble, The Macdonald Tickled Trout offers waterside views, free parking and a fine restaurant. Close to the M6, the hotel is 44 miles from the Lake District. . Excellent room. Excellent nights sleep. The large bed was very comfortable Very good choice for breakfast. Staff very helpful. Couldn't fault it.
This Ibis Hotel is located just off exit 32 off highway M6, 3 miles from central Preston. It offers well-priced rooms, a 24-hour front desk, restaurant and free parking. The bed was comfy. Great parking. Very friendly staff. Didn't eat there so can't comment on food.
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The Whitburn House Hotel is a Victorian house offering bed and breakfast a mile from central Preston and the university. There is a large, free parking lot. Friendly staff, got early check in, great pub and dinner suggestions, and nice breakfast.
Hallmark Hotel Preston Leyland offers quality décor, free WiFi, ample free parking and free access to its on-site leisure club. Lovely shower, comfy bed, mega delicious breakfast.
This 4-star Grade II listed beautiful Georgian house is set in 3-acre mature gardens, within just 5 minutes’ drive of the M6, M61 and M65 Motorways. The room and decor in general was excellent.
Located less than 1 mile from Riversway and a 6-minute drive from Preston city center, The Park Hotel features free Wi-Fi and free on-site parking. Great value for money. Good facilities for the price.
On average, 3-star hotels in Preston cost $75 per night, and 4-star hotels in Preston are $102 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Preston can be found for $164 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Preston this weekend is $147 or, for a 4-star hotel, $200. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Preston for this weekend cost around $301 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $95 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Preston for tonight. You'll pay around $104 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Preston will cost around $138, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
A fabulous park runs alongside the river affording plenty of sun/ shade seating. Pathways smooth and weed free. Plenty of features of interest. The town appears too have a young average clientele, probably students at the university. The museum off the high street was free and had plenty of interesting artefacts. These range from statues to ceramics and includes interesting displays about the past industrial and sporting life round the town.
Visited for a friends wedding - which itself was a loud uproarious affair. Preston itself seemed rather dismal though - a brief trip up and down the high street was unfortunately not particularly scenic - a police cordon one end and a collection of homeless the other. That being said - on that same high street with found Bistrot Pierre - a french style bistro in a converted 19th century church. Excellent food, service and a stunning venue - a surprising gem in what seemed to be a town that is not seeing its best days, hopefully.
We booked a one night stay & chose these apartments for their excellent facilities and close proximity to Preston Railway Station as we were travelling on a Steam Train journey the following day. We also used a 24 hour car park on Christian Street at an excellent price of £5 for 24 hours which was recommended by the accommodation Manager.
I was in Preston for a conference. There would be no other reason to go there specifically. However, it was only an hour from Liverpool and Manchester, and it was easy to go to these places by train.
Our stay at Brook House was disappointing as they had had a kitchen fire earlier in the year so couldn't cook evening meals...Had to drive up road to pub to get a meal...A phone call doesn't cost much to let people know they have a problem
An industrial revolution city still trying to come to terms with modern life. Preston Quays has an opportunity to make a real impact but isn't taking advantage of the chance. Surrounding countryside is spectacular.
8.9 Excellent 1,043 reviews
The location was spot on, 2 blocks or so from the train station, and only 4 blocks from the shopping center that has just about anything you need. The upkeep is what you would expect from a local hotel : humble and perfectly acceptable. I highly recommend the breakfast they offer, amazing coffee! The staff assisted me on many occasions, from shopping and food recommendations and even cab service to other locations. This place is a steal for the price!
8.1 Very Good 996 reviews
Excellent service. Lovely breakfast and comfortable nights sleep! (every time!!) When booking the room I asked for a room that was not far to walk as I am due to have a knee operation and I got one, no issues. I travel to Preston on a regular basis and have been staying at the Hallmark Hotel every visit. I will continue to stay there as I can't fault one thing!!
7.6 Good 540 reviews
Accommodated on ground floor due to difficulty negotiating stairs. Lovely refurbished room. Very good hairdryer (not your hotel standard little travel one that takes forever to dry my hair)!!! Bottled water in room. Parking available. Not far from main road into Preston with goos access to all routes, but is in a lovely quiet location so good nights sleep assured!
8.6 Excellent 924 reviews
Me and my daughter stayed Saturday 6th October , room was lovely and clean with en suite. Staff were very nice and made me and my daughter feel very welcome. Breakfast the next morning was very tasty and staff again couldn't do enough for us. Going back at the end of the month and will be using this hotel every time I go to Preston from now on.
9.2 Awesome 115 reviews
Lovely place to stay, immaculately clean & comfortable rooms,hotel manager was very helpful & welcoming,24 hrs self service kitchen with continental breakfast available,hotel is situated just a walking distance away from Preston train station & town centre,highly rated & recommended to stay.
8.4 Very Good 1,332 reviews
Great location close to city centre and well placed for visits to surrounding countryside and places of interest: Blackpool, Trough of Bowland, The Lakes. Hotel is set in beautiful grounds. Room was spacious, clean and quiet with a fabulously comfy bed. Pool was good.
8.4 Very Good 160 reviews
The whole stay was amazing! Laurayne made sure my stay was pleasant. The room and bathroom facilities were also great! The breakfast was also really good and she accommodated to my needs.
8.8 Excellent 1,268 reviews
Location was excellent, breakfast was excellent, overall stay was good value for money. Overall cleanliness of the room and hotel common areas were clean.
9.5 Exceptional 594 reviews
The apartment was extravagant, very unique very cosy and stylish. Great staff. Best hotel in Preston. Definitely would recommend this to others.
8.1 Very Good 676 reviews
Very quiet and comfortable place, perfect for a weekend retreat. Hotel staff is very friendly as well, they assist with almost everything.
8.2 Very Good 1,923 reviews
Lovely location, brilliant breakfast, nice room
8.7 Excellent 1,468 reviews
The room was clean and the size was good
8.5 Very Good 204 reviews
Brilliant property, has everything you need. Right next to the train station, the main street & a short walk to the university. The host was very welcoming & was only an email away! I would definitely recommend & stay here again.
9.4 Awesome 13 reviews
Really convenient for my stays in Preston. Walking distance from the Uni, and having appliances like a fridge and a washing machine make it feel like you never left home
8.9 Excellent 147 reviews
Everything! Value for money. Massive beautiful rooms and bathroom. Luxury! Can’t wait to come back again!
8.1 Very Good 454 reviews
Friendly staff, got early check in, great pub and dinner suggestions, and nice breakfast.
6.7 Review score 412 reviews
It was very easy and smooth trip. Staff was very kind and easy. It was very relaxing.
9.7 Exceptional 10 reviews
Great place to stay for us while working in the local area
6.8 Review score 44 reviews
Bed very comfy. Lovely stay made me feel at home!
8.4 Very Good 164 reviews
The room and decor in general was excellent.