The Best Western Burnley North Oaks Hotel was once the private home of a wealthy local merchant and has been sympathetically restored preserving the grand feel of a bygone era.
The lounge and reception area is dominated by a 25 foot high stained glass window which tells the story of Abraham Althams life and work in the Burnley area.
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Both the restaurant and bar are in the 'old house' with grand ornate ceilings and floor to ceiling windows creating instant theatre. The hotel is set in mature grounds with views of Pendle Hill from the terrace. Please note this Hotel will only accept credit cards for all pre authorizations on check-in.
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Stayed here quite a few times, always nice clean rooms for the price, great breakfast too. Nice & relaxing in the leisure centre, staff always pleasant. Free car parking. Comfy beds extra pillows if...
By jo-ann h
Manchester, United Kingdom on 19-Oct-2018
I had originally book three rooms for two night. After the first night two room checked out because it was just the worst experience ever. Room was ok but with a million stairs how to do with an old...
By Andrew D
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates on 18-Oct-2018
Joined our friends who had spent the previous night and were not too impressed with the service. They were disappointed as the hotel itself has some positive aspects. The afternoon tea was at best OK...
Manchester, United Kingdom on 17-Oct-2018
We stayed here for 2 nights for our friends wedding and we cannot recommend this place enough! The wedding itself was brilliantly organised and the food was delicious. Staff were attentive and polite...
This hotel used to be the best in Burnley
What has happened very jaded dirty bar bill and food ridiculous
Gypsy wedding on when we arrived fights and door ripped off in ladies toilet . I thought...