local burnely attractions
Local Attractions

The hotel is ideally located for touring the Trough of Bowland, Ribble Valley and Bronte Country. Scott Park- 150 metres from the hotel. Set in 10 acres of landscaped gardens adjacent to the hotel. The park offers Tennis courts, crown green bowls, children’s playground, woodland walks.

Towneley Hall, Parkland and Gardens

Towneley Hall sits in an extensive historic parkland landscape of formal gardens, woodland walks, sculpture and nature trails.

In spring the woodlands are filled with displays of bluebells and wild garlic, which are followed by spectacular rhododendrons in the early summer and brilliant autumn foliage.

Gawthorpe Hall

Affectionately referred to as the ‘Downton of the North’, Gawthorpe Hall was redesigned in the 1850s by Sir Charles Barry, designer of the Houses of Parliament and the ‘real’ Downton Abbey, Highclere Castle.

The modest Hall houses the North West’s largest collection of portraits on loan from the National Portrait Gallery as well as The Gawthorpe Textiles Collection, a wonderful collection of intricate lace, embroidery and needlework amassed by Miss Rachel Kay-Shuttleworth.

Queen Street Mill and Textile Museum

Queen Street Mill Textile Museum is the last remaining operational steam powered weaving mill in the world.

The museum collections are designated as being of national importance and the boilerhouse, enginehouse and chimney have Ancient Monument status.

Weavers Triangle Visitor Centre

The Weavers' Triangle Trust, which looks after the Visitor Centre, is a registered charity.

It started life in 1977 as the Burnley Industrial Museum Action Committee to work for the preservation of the town's heritage. We named an area along the banks of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal the Weavers' Triangle and began to work for its conservation, eventually changing our name to the Friends of the Weavers' Triangle.

Burnley Mechanics

A charity operated by Burnley Leisure Trust, Burnley Mechanics is a modern multipurpose, fully accessible venue equipped with retractable / removable seating, state of the art lighting, excellent sound facilities, two bars, two performance venues, a Basement Studio, Bistro and meeting rooms.

Boundary Mill Stores

With 5 outlets across the UK, Boundary Mill Stores are one of the UK’s largest mill store retailer offering quality womenswear, menswear and homeware brand names at up to 70% off RRP. Free parking and a choice of onsite eateries alongside brands that you want, at the prices you want to pay – everything you need is under one roof.

Burnley Football Club

A rich history for a famous old club...

Proud founder members of the Football League, Burnley Football Club began life as a rugby club. 

However, 'Burnley Rovers' soon switched codes and became Burnley Football Club in 1882. They moved to their Turf Moor home shortly afterwards, at the invitation of the town's cricket club, which is still uniquely situated next to the stadium.

AMF Bowling & Cinema

A visit here isn’t just about the brilliant bowling… it’s about enjoying good times together, and that’s why we’re proud to offer so much great entertainment under one roof – including great food, drink, amusements and pool.

With 59 centres across the UK, fantastic fun is never too far away. All of our bowling centres are equipped with at least 16 lanes, a licensed bar, café or diner, and an amusements zone cram-jammed with the latest games. Find your nearest centre, and get ready, set, BOWL!

Pendle Hill

Pendle Hill is in the east of Lancashire, England, near the towns of Burnley, Nelson, Colne, Clitheroe and Padiham. Its summit is 557 metres above mean sea level. It gives its name to the Borough of Pendle.

Rawtenstall Heritage Railway

The most northern point of the East Lancashire Railway is historic Rawtenstall, a typical Lancashire town boasting cobbled streets, stone architecture and dramatic landscapes.

Reedley Marina

Ideally situated on the Leeds and Liverpool canal, at the gateway to the Dales, Reedley Marina provides narrowboat and widebeam owners the opportunity to moor in a beautiful location with stunning views towards Pendle Hill.