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About Preston

Preston has had a renaissance in recent years, transforming itself into a vibrant northern city. Located around 50 kilometres north of both Manchester and Liverpool, Preston has its roots in the industrial revolution. The streets are lined with iconic terraced buildings, but the city centre has been revamped as a bustling hub for shopping and entertainment. Nature continues to surround the city and Preston is a gateway for journeys into the Lake District or the rolling fields of the Ribble Valley.

The city has established itself as one of Northern England’s major shopping destinations, with a revamped, pedestrianised city centre. At the heart of the city is the Harris Public Library, one of England’s finest Grade I listed buildings. Travel beyond the centre, and there are eclectic attractions, including parks, small brownstone villages, and hiking trails. The best way to gain an overview of Preston is to cycle the Guild Wheel, a 34-kilometre trail that encircles the city centre.

Preston’s location has made it a transport hub. It’s on the high-speed west coast railway from London to Scotland and trains to the capital city take around 2.5 hours. Liverpool and Manchester are both within an hour by public transport, as are many of the attractions in the Lake District. There are direct trains to Preston from Manchester Airport, but visitors landing at Liverpool John Lennon Airport will need to first take a bus to Liverpool Lime Street Station. Preston sits at the intersection of four northern England motorways, notably the M6 and M65, making it a convenient base for visiting destinations across the region.

Preston is England’s 50th city, having being upgraded from a town in 2002 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign. It had been a market town since 1179 and was one of the pre-eminent textile towns during the industrial revolution. Preston is the only town or city in England that maintains the tradition of a Guild.Every 20 years, four days of festivities celebrate the city and its market trading history in the same way they have done since the 12th century.

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Macdonald Tickled Trout Hotel

Macdonald Tickled Trout Hotel
Address
Preston, England
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Very Good, 8.0
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Macdonald Tickled Trout Hotel offers a luxury setting when in Preston. The multiple amenities this traditional hotel has to offer include an express check-in and check-out feature, 24-hour room service and vip rooms.

Holiday Inn Express Preston South

Holiday Inn Express Preston South
Address
Preston, England
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Fabulous, 8.9
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Holiday Inn Express Preston South provides a comfortable setting when in Preston. It also offers free Wi-Fi, an outdoor pool and an express check-in and check-out feature.

Ibis Preston North

Ibis Preston North
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Broughton, England
Guest Rating
Good, 7.3
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Ibis Preston North offers a comfortable setting while in Preston. It also provides a safe, 24-hour room service and a 24-hour reception.

Legacy Preston International Hotel

Legacy Preston International Hotel
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Preston, England
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Very Good, 8.4
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Located within a 10-minute walk of Preston Railway Station, the hotel is an ideal base while in Preston. It also provides room service, meeting rooms and an express check-in and check-out feature.

Holiday Inn Preston

Holiday Inn Preston
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Preston, England
Guest Rating
Good, 7.7
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Just 10 minutes' walk from Preston Bus Station, the hotel has a accessible setting, making it an ideal base when visiting Preston. It is conveniently positioned for those wishing to discover the area's attractions.

Mercure Preston Samlesbury

Mercure Preston Samlesbury
Address
Preston, England
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Good, 7.9
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Located in Preston, Mercure Preston Samlesbury is an easy drive from Samlesbury and Hoghton Tower. It is also a brief car ride from Ribbleton Park and Ribble Valley.

Preston Central Premier Inn

Preston Central Premier Inn
Address
Preston, England
Guest Rating
Superb, 9.0
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Preston Central Premier Inn is situated in the city's well known tourism and shopping district. Just 10 minutes' walk from Preston Railway Station, the hotel provides guests with an ideal base when in Preston.

The Claremont Preston

The Claremont Preston
Address
Preston, England
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Very Good, 8.3
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The Claremont Preston provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in Preston. Guests can also enjoy complimentary internet throughout the property.

Bartle Hall Hotel

Bartle Hall Hotel
Address
Preston, England
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Superb, 9.0
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Bartle Hall Hotel offers 4-star accommodation in Preston. The multiple facilities this elegant property has to offer include a 24-hour reception, a concierge and meeting rooms.

Ashwood Hotel

Ashwood Hotel
Address
Preston, England
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Very Good, 8.3
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Situated within walking distance of Preston Bus Station, this comfortable bed and breakfast is an ideal base for those wanting to explore Preston and its surrounds. It is conveniently located for guests wishing to visit local attractions.

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