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466 Bolton Rd, Blackburn, Lancashire Good 7.9
  • "Centrally located and close to the football ground. There is a pub next door which is handy for meals. The hotel itself is clean throughout, our room was spacious with all the usual amenities. Nice pleasant staff, a good basic hotel which I would use again when back in the area." Danny MacL Danny MacL
Free WiFi Free Parking Disabled Rooms Billiards No Smoking Rooms
1 Bridge St, Blackburn, Lancashire Okay 5.7
  • "A clean hotel with friendly staff. Came down to watch the football in Blackburn. Thought the hotel was good value, bed was comfortable and they did good breakfast the following morning. Checking in was easy and hassle free." n pascoe n pascoe
Free WiFi Free Parking Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
Preston New Rd, Blackburn, Lancashire Pleasant 6.3
  • "This is a cheap and cheerful hotel with free parking, plenty of stairs though. No complaints on my room, everything clean, it was warm and comfortable. Breakfast was included in the bargain price but I had to leave early in the morning with no time to eat. It was fine for what I wanted, a place to lie my head overnight at the best possible price." Matt Kissling Matt Kissling
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
Haslingden Rd, Blackburn, Lancashire Fabulous 8.8
  • "The Willows is superb value for money, we always stop here when breaking up a long journey up north and it is always great. Lovely room well equipped with bottled water, tea/coffee, biscuits toiletries and hairdryer, breakfast is always enjoyable and well presented, can’t beat it here!" Deloris Deloris
Free WiFi Free Parking Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
Further Lane, Blackburn, Lancashire Fabulous 8.9
  • "I'm now on my third trip back for a B&B spa deal at Stanley House. Set nicely back from the Preston New Rd you get lovely scenic views from your room and what a room you get. Superb sized bed with plenty of space, a walk in shower or double ended bath to choose from, a mini fridge(great for chilling your own bubbly) and a super size swivel mounted tv for a movie night. The spa is just amazing, with a choice of 3 steam rooms at different temperatures and a sauna, then there's the hydrotherapy area and the treatments-all just amazing. If your in need of a good meal afterwards, then you have a choice of the more relaxed Mr Freds or the more imaginative(breakfast wise) Grill on the Hill. A perfect Place to come if on business or pleasure in either Blackburn or Preston." Ms T Lancs Ms T Lancs
Free WiFi Free Parking Disabled Rooms Fitness Room No Smoking Rooms
Church Lane, Mellor, Blackburn, Lancashire Superb 9.2
  • "A wonderful Winter Lancashire break. With A surprisingly easy drive up the M6 from Knutsford we reached the Millstone at Mellor in just over 45 minutes. Given the breakfast, service and atmosphere of the this village establishment, it is looking very likely to be returned too, on a number of occasions this year. The rooms were just divine, with lovely homemade biscuits a flask a fresh milk ( . A huge plus). Wonderful comfortable bed and beautiful decor. The breakfast was amazing and apparently so too was the real ale. Can't wait for my next trip back." S Cooke S Cooke
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
Riversway Drive, Lower Darwen, Blackburn, Lancashire Good 7.2
  • "More Blackburn South than central, but having said that it was where I wanted it to be. In Lower Darwen off the M65 at junction 4 about 4-5 miles SOUTH of Blackburn. Minor Details out the way, the room was big and spacious like, plenty of space for your luggage, good shower with plenty of hot water and a right comfy bed for the night. A good bit of scram was had in the morning setting us up nicely for the day ahead. Couldn't fault this Premier Inn apart from it's title of course." DazUK DazUK
Free WiFi Free Parking Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
Longsight Rd, Blackburn, Lancashire Superb 9.2
  • "A lovely old cottage with off road parking, a short drive from the M6 and Blackburn centre. On a main road but noise was not a problem. There are a couple of restaurants close by but no shops, pubs. The room was clean, warm, comfortable and well equipped, my overnight stay was completed by a good full English breakfast." Jerry Marsden Jerry Marsden
Free WiFi Free Parking Pets Allowed No Smoking Rooms
Longsight Rd, Mellor, Blackburn, Lancashire Good 7.7
  • "Very comfortable, friendly, and quiet, even though the cottage is by the main road. Will use the facility again when returning to the area. " Mr RJ Stringer Mr RJ Stringer
Free WiFi Pets Allowed No Smoking Rooms
Myerscough Rd, Balderstone, Blackburn, Lancashire Good 8.0
  • "Picked this bed and breakfast as part of a wedding trip up to Blackburn. Though I wasn’t there too long, I was very happy with the trip. Staff, in particular, made sure that I was welcomed and settled into the room properly. Very warm and friendly, which makes such a difference. Room was perfect. Would definitely book again." kelly Craven kelly Craven
Free WiFi Free Parking Disabled Rooms No Smoking Rooms
139 Preston New Rd, Blackburn, Lancashire Superb 9.4
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
Showley Rd, Blackburn, Lancashire Superb 9.4
Free WiFi Free Parking No Smoking Rooms
  • "Thanks to all the staff for a lovely stay. Breakfast was lovely, landlord friendly and helpful, rooms comfortable. Beautiful location in the countryside." MANUEL RECIO DIAZ MANUEL RECIO DIAZ
Free WiFi Free Parking Pets Allowed No Smoking Rooms
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About Blackburn

The centre of northern England's industrial revolution, Blackburn has a great history and its diverse culture makes it an interesting location for visitors. With shopping, a redeveloped centre and great sporting facilities, Blackburn is just 30 miles from Manchester and is one of North England's most popular towns.

Blackburn has many attractions including its own Cathedral, built in the 1920's to replace the parish church on the same site. Just next to the cathedral is Queen Victoria's statue, dating back to 1902. Corporation Park, 50 acres of land and gardens, has lots of facilities and showcases a memorial statue for those who lost their lives in both World War I and II. Blackburn also has a market, which is open 6 days a week and The Mall shopping centre which houses all the usual high street names.

The biggest sporting draw is the football club Blackburn Rovers who play at Elwood Park. The team currently plays in the Championship league after 12 years competition in the premier league. Additionally the Blackburn Hawks are a league 1 playing ice hockey team with a large stadium just outside the city. There are also several leisure centres, including Audley Sports centre with facilities for almost any sport.

Blackburn's industrial past is heavily connected with textile manufacturing, the main industry in the area for around 800 years. However, postindustrial decline saw the factories close during the mid 1900s. Nowadays, the town mainly relies on retail for its economy with the market selling a lot of produce from surrounding farms and suppliers. The town is also home to UK's largest defense and security manufacturer, based at the aerodrome. Additionally the recently refurbished Blackburn business centre is aimed at attracting new business to the area.


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