Premier Inn Preston North

Garstang Road, Bilsborrow, Lancashire, England, PR3 0RN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Garstang Road, Bilsborrow, is near National Football Museum, Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Ribchester Roman Museum, and Fishergate.
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    Travel Blogs from Bilsborrow

    St Andrew's, the Lake District and The Beatles

    A travel blog entry by jesspratt on Aug 11, 2014

    18 photos

    ... seen. We asked the owner the next day if that was normal for a Saturday night, to which he replied "oh no that was special, it was an engagement party". So, while England was on flood warnings we decided to head towards more water - Liverpool. Within an hour of arriving at our accommodation we were in the Beatles Museum learning all about the band and checking out artifacts and exhibits. Probably one of the better museums we've done on our trip and well worth the ...

    Rainy day in Yorkshire

    A travel blog entry by kareneck on Aug 10, 2014

    2 comments

    Remember, we didn't come to Yorkshire for the weather! We were able to sleep in today. Janet & David came by for a quick visit in the morning and the kids were able to stomp in puddles all day long. The only thing on the agenda was traditional Yorkshire lunch / dinner @ Devonshire Arms in Cracoe. A word about the roads: there are motorways in England, but to get to many of the small towns and hamlets, you need to drive down narrow roads, as in wide enough for a ...

    I'm going to miss weekends in the City.

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Aug 09, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    One of the benefits of living in a city or big town is that if you are feeling restless or bored it is easy to head downtown to enjoy the activity and energy of the many people that congregate there. There is always something new to experience or somewhere new to explore. On Saturday I set off for Manchester to look inside a couple of places that I had not had time to visit before.
    The first of these was the Royal Exchange Theatre, which ...

    Travel day to Malhamdale

    A travel blog entry by kareneck on Aug 09, 2014

    We made our way to the Town End Farm Cottages in Malhamdale. Set on a working farm, with a divine view of Malhamdale Cove, we have 3 cottages that was once a converted barn. Cows & sheep are sprinkled in our view. On our way, we went through Skipton (Saturday market day) & Thorlby. We saw John & Jill Spensley. David & Janet Lee we're ...

    First 'training' run, to see Debs

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Aug 02, 2014

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    ... an easy walk over the moors behind their farm house - weather ok, the sun even out. One of the dogs very fortunate as jumping over a barbed wire fence caught one of her back legs between two strands and was left dangling - can't believe that she didn't appear to have done any damage....
    Debs doesn't think I'm mad when I tried out my plans to her to get some sort of feedback.

    17.11 km, 209m
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