Cheap Hotels in Oldham
Welcome to one of the UK's most famous mill towns, and the perfect base to go milling about in Manchester. Premier Inn Oldham Broadway puts you within easy reach of the M60, not to mention train and tram links to Manchester City Centre. Watch the track and field events at Sports City. Or, during the festive months, hotfoot it over to the Christmas markets in Manchester City Centre. Speaking of Manchester City, catch a match at the Etihad Stadium. Whether you grab a bite to eat at the restaurants of Failsworth Pole, or dine with us at our Beefeater restaurant next door, our extra-comfy Hypnos beds and new, moderrn rooms will be the perfect end to a hectic day.
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Hotels in Oldham
A boomtown of the industrial revolution, Oldham is a large town inside Greater Manchester, surrounded by several smaller towns. Situated between the bustling city of Manchester and the beautiful Yorkshire countryside, there is much to see and do in and around the town.
With a plethora of annual events and traditions and plenty of activities ranging from outdoor pursuits to high street shopping, Oldham literally has something for everyone. An excellent base for visiting the surrounding areas, we have a number of Oldham hotels from which to explore.
As with much of the Lancashire area, Oldham's history is deep within textile manufacture during the industrial revolution and Oldham is credited with being one of the most important towns during the period.
For decades prior to industrialisation, the area was used for grazing sheep instead of growing crops due to poor soils, and the wool from this provided the raw material for a local woollen weaving trade.
Things to do
Oldham has plenty on offer for all ages, from art and culture to history and nature. The award-winning Gallery Oldham offers a look into the borough's history and heritage and contains a collection of art and objects from as far back as 1883. Another museum in the area worth a look is Saddleworth Museum, which provides an insight into the lives of the people who lived there. You'll see it all from farmers who scraped a living weaving cloth to Roman soldiers who guarded Castleshaw Roman Fort.
Boys love their toys, so why not treat them to an afternoon of ultimate Scalextric at Stonerig Raceway, where they can race on one of nine huge custom tracks or in the awesome simulator.
Get out and about in Oldham's lush countryside, possibly its best kept secret. Walking, cycling and horse riding are all popular pastimes in the area, along with sailing on the Greenfield reservoir.
Food and drink
Oldham has a splendid choice of restaurants, coffee shops, tea rooms and pubs to suit every occasion, mood and budget. Give yourself a treat at The Vintage Cupcake Kitchen or spend a cosy afternoon at Kitty's with tea and cake. Sample some delicious Spanish fare at La Via or fabulous pizza and pasta at Mazzo.
Of course this is Lancashire, and pubs are the real heart of the community in Oldham. There are so many award-winning pubs around the town to enjoy a family lunch, home-cooked supper or cosy drink, that you will be spoilt for choice.
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