Stayed here last month to meet up and have a weekend break with some old school friends. We were blown away.
From the moment we stepped into the hotel we were mesmerised. The grand staircase was so pretty. My room was right at the top of it (102, an executive room), and it was spacious with lovely little touches including; sparkling spring water, cookies, toiletries, slippers and bath robes. Definitely worth spending the little bit more. We also had free access to the leisure facilities, they were on the smaller side but sufficient for what we needed. Some parts of the hotel are slightly dated but it's fitting with the period of the property, and only adds to the experience.
We ate in on the second night and our evening meal was divine, couldn't fault anything other than the waiting time was slightly on the longer side, however, the restaurant was really busy so it was to be expected. Breakfast was also good quality and severed quickly on one day and then it was a buffet breakfast the next due to a full hotel.
The saff were all young but well mannered and helpful, such a credit to the hotel.
After reading previous TripAdvisor reviews we were a little sceptical on what to expect and considered choosing a different hotel but we are so glad we didn't.
We will definitely be returning next year. And would reccomend it to family or friends visiting Burnley or Pendle. less