Including Guest House Accommodation in Prestwich, Ramsbottom & Radcliffe.
Lying as it does due north of Manchester, Bury borders open Lancashire countryside and is thereby an appropriate base for touring south Lancashire, and connected directly by the Metrolink Rapid Transit Tram system, it is no more than 20 minutes from Manchester city centre.
Several large hotels exist within the Borough, including the Village Hotel & Leisure Club on the Waterfold Business Park,
located immediately off the M66 at Blackford Bridge. This 3 star hotel and leisure complex is large and well equipped with 98 bedrooms, conference and banqueting facilities for up to 300. The Leisure Club has a 25 metre pool and there are three dining/restaurant options. There are frequent and regular entertainments, cabarets, themed party nights, dinner and dance, and special events on offer and special wedding packages available.
The Bolholt Country Park Hotel on Walshaw Road is also a popular establishment, set in over 50 acres of beautiful parkland
between two lakes, and still only 10 minutes from the north west motorway network, with a short drive to Manchester, and a ideal way to explore the Rossendale Valley. The 60 room, 3 star hotel also has leisure facilities with 2 heated indoor swimming pools, sauna, Jacuzzi, a gym and beauty salon.
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South of the town in Prestwich is Fairways Lodge &
Leisure Club, (formerly the Village Hotel & Leisure Club) located
on George Street. This 3 star 40 bedroom hotel offers a range of meeting
and conference facilities and on-site has the Village Pub. It also has
a sauna, steam room and a whirlpool spa as well as a fully equipped
fitness studio. Weddings can be catered and civil ceremonies arranged
Also in Prestwich is La Suisse Service Apartments,
offering spacious contemporary luxury one bedroom suites, situated in
the former home of the 19th century chairman of Manchester Stock Exchange.
The building is set back from the main road, surrounded by mature gardens,
suites are tastefully furnished with well equipped kitchen with tea
and coffee facilities, comfortable lounge with payphone and internet
connection service available, bedroom with king-size double bed or 2
single beds and bathroom comprising bath/power shower and hair dryer.
Just a few hundred yards further towards Bury town
centre and Radcliffe is the Hawthorn Hotel, a pub on Stand Lane. This
14 room hotel has a cosy and friendly atmosphere. All rooms are en-suite
with tea & coffee making facilities, colour TV, alarm clock radio,
double glazing, free car park, licensed restaurant, bar and function
room to cater for 110 persons buffet style and 45 persons seated. The
restaurant/function room serves excellent Table d’Hote meals. Weddings,
birthdays, Christenings and all occasions catered for.
More centrally located and somewhat smaller is the
3 star rated Rostrevor Hotel on Manchester Road on the southern outskirts
of the town centre. This is a family run hotels located in a beautiful
Victorian property which comes complete with its own bar/lounge and
separate dining room. On-site private car parking is available and all
the hotel’s bedrooms are en-suite.
Somewhat further afield, in Ramsbottom at the northern
edge of the Metropolitan Borough is The Old Mill Hotel & Leisure
Club. This 28 room 3 star hotel is full of character with its traditional
style beamed ceilings. This old Tudor hotel is set in its own private
grounds, in the heart of Lancashire overlooking the Rossendale valley.
On-site is The Candles Restaurant..