Cheap Hotels in Wigan
With a stay at The Bel Air Hotel in Wigan, you'll be convenient to Wigan Little Theatre and DW Stadium. This 4-star bed & breakfast is within close proximity of Haigh Hall Golf Club and Museum of Wigan Life.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 11 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers, and both irons/ironing boards and cribs/infant beds are available on request. Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.Dining Enjoy a satisfying meal at a restaurant serving guests of The Bel Air Hotel. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
3 star hotel located in the centre of Wigan easily accessible from the M61/M62/M6 network.1 mile from Wigan North Western Railway . Local attractions include Wigan Pier (1 mile) and Haydock Racecourse (7 miles) and the DW stadium is only 2 miles away. Fre e WiFi and free parking plus onsite bar, restaurant and lounge. All rooms offer flatscreen TV's with Freeview channels, trouser press, hairdryer & tea/coffee making facilities
"Comfortable hotel in Wigan near the DW Stadium, with a bar and all-day dining Holiday Inn Express® Wigan hotel is close to local companies at Martland Mill Business Park and a short drive from shops and restaurants in the town centre. Both Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LPL) and Manchester International Airport (MAN) are 45 minutes away by car. Within 10 minutes' drive, Wigan North Western and Wigan Wallgate stations offer regional links, and direct trains to Manchester and London. Both the Museum of Wigan Life and Haigh Woodland Park are within easy reach, and Wigan Athletic FC and Wigan Warriors RLFC play at the DW Stadium, 20 minutes' walk along the River Douglas. At this hotel you can enjoy: - An inclusive Express Start™ Breakfast - Free WiFi - Complimentary on-site parking - Convenient USB charging sockets Smartly refurbished Next Generation guest rooms feature blackout curtains, comfortable bedding and pillow menus to help you sleep peacefully. The multipurpose open-plan lobby offers All Day Dining for your convenience and a lounge bar for meeting up with friends and colleagues in the evening. If you’re visiting on business, a copier and printer are available in the lobby for last-minute work needs and the fully equipped meeting room has space for up to 24 delegates."
Make yourself at home in one of the 62 guestrooms. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and an elevator (lift). Free self parking is available onsite.
Hotels in Wigan
Based in a diverse northern town, Wigan hotels offer access to Wigan's various shops, museums and pubs, and are within easy reach of Bolton, Warrington and Manchester.
The vibrant town of Wigan has a history that stretches back to the 7th century, including a prominent rise during the Industrial Revolution. The best place to explore the town's long heritage is the Museum of Wigan Life – housed in a striking 19th-century Grade II-listed building. The museum includes exhibitions on Wigan's Roman history and a large range of fascinating artefacts and documents.
For an insight into Wigan's industrial past, head to the Trencherfield Mill and the Wigan Pier Quarter. Ironically named, the ‘pier' is in fact a coal loading staithe and was made famous by George Orwell in his book, The Road to Wigan Pier, which focused on the harsh working conditions of the area following the decline of industry. The Trencherfield Mill, on the other hand, is a positive exemplification of industrial Wigan, featuring an enormous steam engine that used to power the mill.
Wigan is also home to Haigh Woodland Park, where you'll find Haigh Hall and the Haigh Country Park. Haigh Hall dates from the 19th century and was built on the site of an earlier medieval manor house of the same name. The country park spans hundreds of acres and is a great place to visit for outdoor activities. Another excellent destination if the weather is sunny is the Leeds – Liverpool Canal, the longest canal in Britain. The stretch of the canal that cuts through Wigan is a great place to enjoy a gentle stroll or boat cruises.
For many, Wigan is synonymous with Wigan Athletic Football Club. Football fans will want to pay a visit to DW Stadium, home of Wigan Athletic F.C. as well as Wigan Warriors Rugby League Football Club.
A short journey south will take you to the town of Warrington. Culture lovers will enjoy visiting Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, home to a plethora of different artefacts and paintings detailing the history of the local area. Gulliver's World is an ideal destination for family trips, boasting over 90 different rides to suit kids and adults of all ages, from rollercoasters for adrenaline junkies and gentler fairground rides for younger kids. To the east of Wigan is Bolton, home to Bolton Steam Museum and Smithills Hall. Also within reach is Manchester, home to a staggering array of attractions including the Imperial War Museum North and Old Trafford Stadium.
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