Cheap Hotels in Haydock
The 4-star Mercure Haydock Hotel is set in a traditional Georgian mansion-style building, built around a central courtyard. The hotel is surrounded by its own beautifully landscaped grounds, making it a great option for those looking to unwind. Haydock Racecourse is just one-mile away, so this hotel is perfect for guests who are attending a Ladies Day or any event at the course. Luxurious décor and comfortable Standard, Privilege and Suite room options are perfect for relaxation after busy days.
Hotels in Haydock
Roughly halfway between Liverpool and Manchester, Haydock, in the Borough of St Helens, is a village synonymous with equestrian endeavour. Book a Haydock hotel with us and discover a Merseyside destination that has more to it than flat racing.
A racecourse that puts on over 30 race days each year, Haydock Park opened in 1899 and is one of the most popular venues for race meetings in the North. The oval course is surrounded by four grandstands and over 30 private viewing suites, as well as restaurants and bars. The Grand National Trial, the Temple Stakes, the Old Newton Cup, Lancashire Oaks, the Sprint Cup and the Betfair Chase are just some of the events that are held here each year. And it's not just about the horses because Haydock Park also hosts concerts by major artists such as the Kaiser Chiefs and Kylie Minogue, not to mention family fun days.
You need wheels
Swapping four legs for four wheels, the Three Sisters Racing Circuit, four miles north of Haydock, offers the chance for some high-speed chicanery in a variety of vehicles from karts to Formula 1 cars, or 'supercars' like Aston Martin or Ferrari. You can strap yourself into the driving seat of the car of your dreams and take it for a spin around the race circuit.
Carr Mill Dam
Merseyside's largest body of inland water, Carr Mill Dam was originally just a small mill pond. It was enlarged in the mid-18th century to the size of a large reservoir and expanded yet again towards the end of the 19th century. The Dam – populated by birds such as glaucous gulls and dunlins and butterflies that include orange tips and meadow browns – is perfect for walks, duck-feeding and fishing. Don't be surprised to see the occasional speedboat whizzing about, because the Dam is also the home of the Lancashire Powerboat Racing Club who also host waterskiing and wake-boarding activities.
Through the looking glass
Nearby St Helens is where you'll discover World of Glass. Here you can see how, just by using sand, soda and lime, glass is created. You'll even get the chance to try your hand glass blowing and create your own glass souvenir, such a paperweight or a hanging bauble.
Eating and drinking in Haydock
For a full English breakfast or a steak and mushroom ciabatta, Amigos, is the place to go. This friendly and relaxed Turkish-run café and bistro even allows you to bring your own wine or beer. And The Indian Palace is popular in this neck of the woods for its good atmosphere and authentic homemade cuisine.
Shopping in and around Haydock
There are couple of supermarkets in the village and a handful of other shops. For a wider range of retailers, nearby St Helens is convenient. And both Liverpool and Manchester are within a 20-mile radius of Haydock.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Haydock
What are the best hotels to stay in Haydock?Bay Horse Hotel by Greene King Inns and Mercure Haydock Hotel (Newly Refurbished) are some of the popular hotels in Haydock.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Haydock?Bay Horse Hotel by Greene King Inns in Haydock offers one night in a double room at the price of £45.
What hotels are in the central Haydock neighborhood?The best hotels near the center of Haydock are Mercure Haydock Hotel (Newly Refurbished) and Bay Horse Hotel by Greene King Inns.
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