The Belair Hotel

Bed and Breakfast in Wigan, Lancashire

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236 Wigan Lane

The Belair Hotel, Wigan

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The Bel Air Hotel boasts 11 comfortable bedrooms, all with en suite bathrooms, a colour television, direct-dial telephone/alarm, and tea and coffee making facilities.

The Bel Air hotel is conveniently situated close to the town centre of Wigan, it is one of the top 100 retail destinations in the UK and the second largest town in Greater Manchester. On the ground floor of The Bel Air, you will find the Breakfast area as well as the Stagedoor bar and lounge area, which is available to residents and diners, and offers a selection of fine ales, wines and spirits. We have a selection of comfortable bedrooms, which are all en suite and all prices are inclusive of a full English breakfast.

At the Bel Air we are happy to accommodate all types of guests from singles, to couples and small families in our en suite rooms. Once you have unwound and relaxed into our surroundings, you can venture out in to the town and enjoy an array of activities that are on offer locally. From fishing to golf, shopping, or if you are here on business, The Bel Air can provide the perfect all round base.

The Bel Air Hotel is easily accessible from the major North West motorway network. Only two miles away from junction 27 of the M6 motorway, which is approximately half way between Southern England and Scotland and is within easy reach of the Lake District and North West coastal resorts of Blackpool, Southport and Morecambe. The centres of Liverpool and Manchester are only a 40 minute drive from the hotel.

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