De Vere Venue Whites

A Hotel in Bolton, Greater Manchester

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

De Havilland Way, Bolton
Bolton
Greater Manchester
England
BL6 6JW

De Vere Venue Whites, Bolton

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De Vere Venue Whites is situated just a few minutes from the M61 and integrated into the magnificent Reebok Stadium. This is an ideal location for exploring the many attractions the North West has to enjoy. Pitch view rooms, fine dining and a range of impressive health and leisure facilities are a few of the many advantages the stylish hotel has to offer.

4 star rating

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