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Whalley Abbey, hotel in Whalley

Whalley Abbey

Hotel in Whalley

Located in Whalley, 7 miles from King George's Hall, Whalley Abbey has accommodations with a garden, free private parking, a shared lounge and a terrace. This 3-star hotel offers free WiFi.

8.6
Excellent
435 reviews
Price from$118.15per night
Spacious 3 bedroom Cottage in Whalley, hotel in Whalley

Spacious 3 bedroom Cottage in Whalley

England

Spacious 3 bedroom Cottage in Whalley offers accommodations in Whalley, 6.8 miles from King George's Hall and 25 miles from Heaton Park.

7.8
Good
42 reviews
Price from$154.41per night
Mercure Blackburn Dunkenhalgh Hotel & Spa, hotel in Whalley

Mercure Blackburn Dunkenhalgh Hotel & Spa

Accrington

Set in 17 acres of Lancashire parkland the 4-star Mercure Blackburn Dunkenhalgh Hotel & Spa is a 700-year old country manor. Mercure features an indoor swimming pool and a restaurant.

7.3
Good
2,241 reviews
Price from$117.39per night
1823 Spinning Block, hotel in Whalley

1823 Spinning Block

Clitheroe

Located in Clitheroe and with King George's Hall reachable within 11 miles, 1823 Spinning Block has a restaurant, non-smoking rooms, free WiFi and a bar.

8.8
Excellent
1,105 reviews
Price from$96.56per night
The Avenue Hotel Ltd, hotel in Whalley

The Avenue Hotel Ltd

Clitheroe

In the heart of the Ribble Valley, yet just 9.9 mi from the M6 motorway network, this hotel provides value-for-money accommodations for leisure and business guests.

8.0
Very Good
935 reviews
Price from$138.60per night
Calf's Head Hotel, hotel in Whalley

Calf's Head Hotel

Hurst Green

Located in Clitheroe, 12 miles from King George's Hall, Calf's Head Hotel has accommodations with a garden, free private parking, a restaurant and a bar. This 4-star hotel offers free WiFi.

8.5
Very Good
1,021 reviews
Price from$107.29per night
Burnley West Higher Trapp Hotel, hotel in Whalley

Burnley West Higher Trapp Hotel

Burnley

Surrounded by over 4 acres of magnificent terraced gardens, this charming country house is on the enchanting Pendle Hillside, featuring panoramic views of the Lancashire countryside.

7.6
Good
610 reviews
Price from$118.15per night
Foxfields Country Hotel, hotel in Whalley

Foxfields Country Hotel

Billington, Lancashire

Located just off the A59 in the heart of the beautiful Ribble Valley, this hotel aims to impress with its 3-star luxury accommodations, leisure club and Foxfields Restaurant.

8.0
Very Good
298 reviews
Price from$119.91per night
The Millstone, Mellor, hotel in Whalley

The Millstone, Mellor

Blackburn

In the peaceful village of Mellor, the award-winning Millstone, Mellor features a AA Rosette accredited restaurant and real ale bar.

8.9
Excellent
778 reviews
Price from$145.16per night
Mytton Fold Hotel, Ribble Valley, hotel in Whalley

Mytton Fold Hotel, Ribble Valley

Langho, Nr Blackburn

Set within beautiful gardens in Ribble Valley Lancashire close to Clitheroe, Blackburn and the Yorkshire Dales, this country house hotel and golf course offers rooms with flat-screen TVs.

8.9
Excellent
937 reviews
Price from$152.73per night
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What Guests Said About Whalley:

  • 8.0

    The information posted about the Abbey and its construction...

    The information posted about the Abbey and its construction was very interesting. It rained the entire time we were there, which was very disappointing, as the landscape is beautiful & we were unable to fully enjoy it.
    Donna
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    The welcoming pack was amazing and also a treat for our...

    The welcoming pack was amazing and also a treat for our friends dog.Julie is very dog friendly.She recommended seeing the Bluebells in Spring Wood.Absolutely stunning.Nothing was no problem to her and told us a few places to visit and local places to eat.We thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Whalley.
    Alan
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Tranquil, historic abbey , much in ruins but surrounded by...

    Tranquil, historic abbey , much in ruins but surrounded by gardens and set alongside the River Calder. Reception rooms spacious and historic - you may well rub shoulders with senior clerics who use this location for retreats and workshops
    TrevD
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    I did not realise that i was staying in a working abbey.

    I did not realise that i was staying in a working abbey. This was my fault. Although the wording was Whalley Abbey Hotel My husband said he heard singing at around 6.30 am or was he dreaming? The room was very clean and comfortable with a lovely view Breakfast was in a large refectory and was very good but it had to be 8.30 am I enjoyed the peacefulness and the tranquility and the beauty of the ruined abbey. i guess it may seem a little spooky to some the location to the centre of town was excellent and the Swann pub did good food and drink
    margaret
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0

    Nice centre with a good selection of places to eat & drink,...

    Nice centre with a good selection of places to eat & drink,booking recommended on a Saturday night,we had a fabulous meal at Trishna indian restaurant,Whalley is well served by bus & train,we visited Clitheroe by train which took about 5 minutes
    Anthony
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    Whalley is a great base for visiting the Ribble Valley.

    Whalley is a great base for visiting the Ribble Valley. Surrounded by lovely countryside. Has a rail link which I used several times. Good bus services through the village if not travelling by car. Good restaurants & a fish & chip shop.
    Maureen
    United Kingdom

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Whalley

  • 8.6
    Excellent · 435 reviews
    I chose Whalley Abbey because I was brought up in the village, my primary school is next to the abbey, my grandparents used to live across the abbey and, as a child I would climb over the abbey wall and explore the abbey grounds - but, of course, had never been in the conference centre. I enjoyed seeing inside and had not realised the age/history of some of it. It was a pleasure.
    Shearman
    Canada
  • 9.3
    Wonderful · 41 reviews
    Fabulous cottage in beautiful Whalley. We visited to spend time with our son and his girlfriend and will definitely be returning. Spotlessly clean, perfect location and beautifully decorated. Communications with Lucy were spot on and I would definitely recommend anyone to visit. Thank you so much, Lucy. You should be really proud of your cottage!
    A
    Anonymous
    United Kingdom
  • 9.6
    Exceptional · 46 reviews
    What a beautiful cottage! Everything you would need decor quirky and comfortable. Ideally placed near the centre of whalley. Bedroom large with great comfortable bed. Very friendly place Owner very responsive to any questions We will definitely be returning.
    Wendy
    United Kingdom
  • From $310.20 per night
    7.8
    Good · 42 reviews
    Very polite and friendly owner. The place was very clean and comfortable. We'll located for exploring the local area. Whalley has great bars and eateries which are within a short distance.
    David
    United Kingdom
  • 8.7
    Excellent · 3 reviews
    Excellent location for exploring Clitheroe area. The facilities were very good and the hosts very accommodating. Would definitely recommend and stay again.
    A
    Anonymous
    United Kingdom
  • 8.6
    Excellent · 435 reviews
    Central location in the Ribble Valley, a short stroll into Whalley. Loved the quiet gardens and abbey ruins, super friendly Cafe Autisan. Tasty breakfast!
    Matt
    United Kingdom
  • 8.6
    Excellent · 435 reviews
    Located in the ruins of Whalley Abbey, it is a site worth visiting in and of itself with adequate parking. The rooms are simple and the breakfast is good
    Carol
    United States of America
  • 9.6
    Exceptional · 46 reviews
    Beautiful cottage, tastefully decorated. Stayed for 3 nights as we were going to a wedding at Mitton Hall. Great location in the centre of Whalley
    Linda
    United Kingdom
  • 9.3
    Wonderful · 45 reviews
    Everything, the area is beautiful, the cottage was clean tidy and comfortable. Whalley has everything you need for a perfect base.
    A
    Anonymous
    United Kingdom
  • 9.3
    Wonderful · 45 reviews
    Great location in the centre of Whalley Comfortable lounge & good sized dining room The kitchen was small but well equipped
    DAVID
    United Kingdom
  • From $310.20 per night
    7.8
    Good · 42 reviews
    It was bigger than I had expected based on the pictures, and is in a great location for experiencing Whalley.
    Andrew
    United Kingdom
  • 9.3
    Wonderful · 41 reviews
    Fabulous cottage, spotlessly clean and ideally situated in Whalley. Would definitely stay again when in area.
    Jean
    United Kingdom