Park Hall Hotel & Village

A Hotel in Preston, Lancashire

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Charnock Richard, Chorley

Park Hall Hotel & Village, Preston

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Accommodation Description:

The new-look Best Western Park Hall Hotel is nearing completion of a multi-million pound refurbishment programme. Located within the grounds of Camelot Theme Park, Park Hall is the perfect place for a short break. Offering an excellent choice of bedrooms in the lakeside hotel or hotel village, superb health clubs & spa with two indoor pools, steam room, sauna, gym and much more.

Conveniently located just off M6 with easy access to Liverpool, Southport & Blackpool.

3 star rating

From: £49.50

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