Hartwell Hall, Chorley: A Review

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You will have seen my recent review of a festive meal we ate at a place called Goodwin’s in Chorley. Well, we were so smitten by it, that when we travelled North to visit family again for the new year, we decided to stay there too!  Right next door to the restaurant is a little outbuilding that has approximately four rooms to rent. £68 a night (we stayed for one night).

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When you arrive there is plenty of parking available. You approach the reception in the actual restaurant and sign in, where you’re given your key for the main door and room door.  A little narrow in the entryway, it was a struggle to pull our cases up the stairs & I can’t recall seeing a lift anywhere for those that may have issues with stairs. We were fine though and Mr S took my case up for me 😉 I have him well trained.

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The room itself was pleasant enough. On the smaller side to what we are used to, but equipped with a comfy bed, tea and coffee making facilities, free wifi and a flat screen TV. The shower was a tight fit, but chucked out some heat which was well received after the travelling we had done. The towels were the fluffiest I’ve had in a hotel and nice and warm because they were on a heated rack.

Everything was clean & cosy. We were situated facing a main road, which didn’t bother us in the slightest – you could barely hear the road even when we opened the window.

 

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We didn’t opt for breakfast as we were meeting family. Staff were lovely. It’s a great little place to stay for a night to rest your head as you’re passing through. Well recommended.

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