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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Nice reception but totally ruined by a room covered in dust, boiling hot room with no fans or aircon and no possibility of opening the window as we were right next to 4 industrial air vents. Dead...
I have just stayed here as part of a business trip. Check in was efficient and the staff really try to make you feel welcome which is a plus, probably the only plus but a plus. The WiFi doesn't...
By Helen M
Sheffield, United Kingdom on 07-Aug-2018
Stayed at the hotel last week for the Football with my son and for price , rooms and facilities couldn’t fault it
We got access to the leisure facilities and spent a a couple of hours in the pool...
Aberdeen, United Kingdom on 06-Aug-2018
Stayed for one night, room was (what seemed like) several km from the lobby, up and down several staircases and many hallways. Arrived to a very stuffy room, asked for a fan, none available... Room...
Great Massingham, United Kingdom on 31-Jul-2018
Bear in mind this is an old building so must be difficult to maintain. There are lots of stairs up and down so would be difficult for people with mobility issues. However, the room I stayed in (244...