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The Avenue Hotel at Brockhall
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Reviewed September 20, 2010

Good quality room and great food at a reasonable price. Professional friendly staff.

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled on business
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Reviewed May 14, 2010

We were going to a party in Clitheroe so booked in for a night. We booked a suite, which was very spacious, clean and comfortable, as was the bathroom. We ate in the restaurant, which is a separate building. The food was usual bar meal type food, but was good value and we had no complaints at all. The breakfast was more than adequate. We found it very quiet.
We booked direct with the hotel by phone, which was cheaper than on laterooms.com.
Be aware that the reception is not manned 24 hours.

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 31, 2009

Amazing value if you are just looking for a comfortable room to stay for a night or two. We stayed for two nights whilst attending family do's over the weekend. Good taxi service in the locality.
Clean and comfortable rooms. Very helpful & friendly staff. Breakfast can be taken at the bar / restaurant next door. Not the best food or service - but still good value for a full english breakfast for £5.00 each. It still helped the hangover!
Would recommend if you are after a travel inn style room in the area.

  • Stayed: May 2009, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 1, 2007

Arrived at 3pm and was due at a wedding a mile away half an hour later. The receptionist was really nice and she ordered us a taxi and called our room when it arrived. When we got back reception was closed but that was ok because we did not need anything.

Room very modern, nicely decorated, comfy beds. Children slept on a lovely sofa bed which had already been made up for us. Tea/coffee tray had plenty on it and it even had biscuits. We paid 66.95 for four of us with breakfast.

Breakfast was served in a different building, we all had a cooked breakfast with a choice of eggs. Plenty of toast and tea/coffee. Nice surroundings.

Would recommend.

  • Stayed: June 2007, traveled with family
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Thank ABWStockport
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Reviewed January 29, 2007

‘The Avenue Hotel’ is set amidst Lancashire’s spectacular Ribble Valley countryside. Set in private landscaped grounds in the village of Langho this modern new build hotel is located inside a gated car park which also sports a training centre both accessed via a manned security barrier. Guests will not incur a charge for parking and it appears the utmost secure with addition of CCT.

The hotel was actually just seconds further on past a separate bar/restaurant annexe and Bob the security man had been expecting us even holding onto our key fobs that duly gave us access to the hotel reception door.

Reception was closed and there was nobody to greet us nevertheless we easily located our rooms. Once inside the hotel appeared completely empty and felt draughty. Room 16 (twin) on the first floor was huge and it was certainly the most spacious of the three rooms we had requested (two twin and a double) The décor throughout the building was coffee cream/ browns and each of the three rooms sported a comfy couch although this admittedly blocked out the heating from the radiator but these did heat up the rooms fast. Ample modern storage, exceedingly comfortable beds, hair dryer, iron, mood lighting, a generous welcome tray with biscuits and above all of this: spotless! Think: slick upmarket Novotel bedroom size/layout but much better and yet cosier.

The bathroom contained the fluffiest towels I have sampled second only to Royal Meridian in Hamburg and the power shower was amazing. The bathroom was windowless but boasted a large mirror, spot lighting and its fully tiled interior made this not matter at all. The two rooms on the ground floor were of the same standard but slightly smaller in size but still as comfortable and with B&B included in the price the rooms rates averaged a very agreeable £60.

Breakfast Sunday morning was served between a very favourable 8 and 10.30am and involved just a short walk back to the bar/restaurant annexe now visibly set in the stunning Ribble Valley surroundings. Here the bright, warm, attractive modern restaurant room was most welcoming after the short walk in the bracing Lancashire morning air. You would need an umbrella if it was raining of course!

Service was attentive but not obtrusive serving the cooked to order breakfast that consisted of a very tasty combination of the ‘full English’ with choices of eggs cooked preferences as well as Back Pudding and locally sourced sausages. Tea, coffee and hot crunchy toast was replenished as fast as we could devour it. Fresh fruit, cereals, yoghurts, meats and cheeses were also available. The morning air had clearly given us an appetite!
We learned the Blackburn Rovers football team trained next door so we envisaged the high standards of the hotel served the players and coaches well.

We all thoroughly enjoyed the breakfast and the overnight stay experience immensely and we would highly recommend this hotel to stay in for an overnight stay or as base to explore the beautiful surroundings. A 15 minute taxi ride into Blackburn cost £18.00 for 6 and the louder boisterous return journey 25% increase after 3am for the return journey.

  • Stayed: January 2007, traveled with friends
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