Theatre Hotel

Bed and Breakfast in Chorley, Greater Manchester

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10 Dole Lane
Greater Manchester

Theatre Hotel, Chorley

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Accommodation Description:

Theatre Hotel is a family run establishment which provides a comfortable and relaxing stay. Focusing on value for money overnight accommodation. Free car parking to the side of the hotel.

Theatre Hotel offers bed and breakfast accommodation en-suite bedrooms offering Digital TV/dvd player DVD's on request Tea and Coffee making facilities. We are situated in the centre of Chorley which hosts a range of shops markets cafes bars and restaurants. Also for the young at heart there is a local nightclub open till earlier hours .Restaurants are on the doorstep Parmesan and Pepper a tasy Italian and the delicious Indian restaurant the Hyatt.

If you prefer short stroll in town The Sir Henry Tate a Witherspoons pub serves more of a bar meal for a lighter snack. Places to visit within a ten mile radius Middlebrook Retail Park Is A Huge Complex 5.5 Miles From The Hotel Just Off Junction 6 Of The M61 Motorway. It Houses The Reebok Stadium Home To Bolton Wanderers Fc A Wide Variety Of Shops and bars also a large Vue cinema complex.

Camelot theme park is also within easy reach 15 mins by car open summer months May to September and if you fancy a great fun day out in Blackpool you can either take a car ride roughly 30 miles motorways M61 M6 and M55 or hop on a bus or train for easy travel and no need for parking.

 3 star rating

From: £25.00

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