Cheap Hotels in Preston
You'll find us just three miles north of Preston's city centre, offering you a convenient location and a peaceful night's sleep away from the commotion of the city. Our modern, brightly decorated hotel is staffed by one of the friendliest teams around, and guests benefit from 24hr refreshments, a modern bar with leather seating and a pool table, and a generous breakfast spread that's designed to set you up for whatever your day has in store.
"Our Preston Central hotel has history on its doorstep, from the famous football ground at Preston North End to half a dozen excellent museums covering everything from local life to arts and costumes. 160 miles of bridlepaths and footpaths, along with its abundant green spaces, make Preston great for cyclists. Or you could head to the nearby Fishergate Shopping Centre for some retail therapy. All rooms feature a comfy king size bed with four plump pillows and a cosy duvet. Our on-site restaurant and bar serves breakfast and tasty evening meals. Useful information Due to the town centre location of this hotel, some external noise may be heard."
Near St Walburge's Church
Near Preston Docks
A central Preston hotel with modern all day dining, a fitness centre and well-equipped conference facilitiesHoliday Inn® Preston hotel stands in the heart of the city centre, a short drive from the M6 motorway.Preston bus station is next door, while Preston train station, a 15-minute walk away, offers direct links to Manchester Airport (MAN). Within a 12-minute drive of the M6, M55, M61 and M65 motorways, the hotel offers limited free parking (first-come, first-served). Business guests are a short drive from BAE Systemsand Royal Preston Hospital, as well as Preston Court, Eastway and South Rings business parks. You can host events in the hotel’s 7 meeting rooms for up to 60 delegates. The UCLan campus is within walking distance. Cheer on Preston North End at Deepdale Stadium, a mile from the hotel. Or just a short walk away, you can take in exhibitions at the Harris Museum & Art GalleryAt this hotel you can enjoy:- Free WiFi- 24-hour room service- Kids stay and eat free- A business centreBright guest rooms feature comfortable beds and a choice of pillows to ensure a good night’s rest. You can savour a full English breakfast in All Day Dining and dine on classic dishes with a modern twist. Open Lobby is a relaxed spot for a coffee and a drink.
The Mercure Preston Samlesbury Hotel is ideally located just off the M6 motorway at junction 31 and is perfectly presented too, with ensuite accommodation, free WiFi, ample free parking, fully licensed restaurant and separate lounge bar. The hotel offers a private event space to accommodate up to 220 delegates ideal for Weddings, Events and Conferences. The hotels fitness centre features a range of equipment such as running machines, cross trainers, weights and cycling machines
A friendly, family run B&B within easy reach of the M6 motorway, The Claremont Preston has en-suite rooms, a private car park, large garden and free WiFi. Rooms all benefit from a TV and tea/coffee making facilities. The Claremont Preston is 1.6 km from Preston city centre. Close to 2 motorway junctions and around 3.2 km from Preston Rail Station, it’s well connected for visits to Blackpool, the Fylde Coast or Lake District.
A modern hotel five miles from Preston city centre, with free parking, free Wi-Fi and breakfast included Holiday Inn Express® Preston - South hotel is located close to junction 29 of the M6 motorway. Bamber Bridge railway station is a little over a mile away, and it's a 40-minute drive to Manchester Airport. Local buses 112 and 125 run between the railway station and the hotel. It's just over 10 minutes' drive to the Museum of Lancashire, and Blackpool, the lively seaside town with an amusement park and iconic tower, is 20 miles away. Take a leisurely drive up to scenic Lake Windermere, in the Lake District, 80 minutes by car from the hotel. Manchester is a 40-minute drive from the hotel, and Liverpool is 33 miles away. Visiting Lancashire on business? The hotel is just minutes from Walton Summit Green Business Park, and Capitol Centre Retail and Leisure park is a nine-minute drive away. The hotel's three smart meeting rooms can accommodate up to 70 delegates. With free Wi-Fi and stationery, plus delicious catering options, your meeting is sure to run smoothly. All guests enjoy free Wi-Fi and parking, plus an inclusive Express Start Breakfast buffet with scrambled eggs, sausages, baked beans and continental options. Enjoy a delicious coffee in the modern, light-filled bar and lounge. Small, well-behaved pets are welcome to stay.
In a rural location
Near Brockholes Nature Reserve
Near The Bee Centre
Hotels in Preston
The city of Preston has long been an important area in Lancashire, even before it was made a city in 2002. Its history is intertwined with the Industrial Revolution, and inventor Sir Richard Arkwright was born here. Preston is also said to have inspired the town of ‘Coketown' in Charles Dickens' novel Hard Times.
As you'd expect from any major city in the UK, there are lots of Preston hotels to choose from. Several major roads come through Preston city centre, perfect for commuting and getting to the M6.
Sightseeing in Preston
Just north of the city, Hoghton Tower – a fortified manor house – stands high on a hill. It's a family-friendly visitor attraction, dating back to 1109.
Near to Preston train station, the Grade II listed Avenham Park and Miller Park are two wide green spaces to enjoy. With the River Ribble at one end, the parks feel like an escape from the city's busy atmosphere.
Cheer on the home team at Deepdale, the former site of the National Football Museum. Preston North End football club was one of the original Football League's founding clubs.
History and architecture
A key architectural highlight in the city is Preston Bus Station. It was built in the 1960s in the ‘Brutalist' style of building design. At one point the bus station was earmarked for demolition, yet it now claims Grade II listed building status.
The Ribble Steam Railway is open on weekends between May and September. It's one of the last remaining steam railways in England, and the three-mile round trip passes a dock swing bridge and the river.
Preston is where the Museum of Lancashire is based. The museum is an award-winning tourist attraction, with a huge permanent exhibition on the county's history and culture.
The city has been given a Purple Flag award for the safety of its nightlife and venues. The evening entertainment in Preston is some of the best in the country.
The Preston Guild Hall & Charter Theatre has a 780-person capacity. The theatre schedule is a mix of plays, comedy, music and family shows.
Comedy is a big deal here, and Preston has several comedy clubs including Manfords (run by local comedian Jason Manford). You can also catch a show by the Preston Musical Comedy Society, which performs classic musicals and a Christmas panto.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Preston
What are the best hotels to stay in Preston?The best hotels to stay in Preston are Holiday Inn Express PRESTON - SOUTH, Legacy Preston International Hotel and Trivelles Park Hotel.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in Preston?Ibis Preston North in Preston offers one night in a double room at the price of £36.
What hotels are in the central Preston neighborhood?Holiday Inn PRESTON, Legacy Preston International Hotel and The Claremont Preston are located in the central neighborhood of Preston.
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