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Located not far from Manchester, Chorley is a historic market town in Lancashire. Offering plenty in the way of rural delights, quaintessential English culture and tons of local attractions, this gorgeous corner of North England is an ideal destination for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle for a night or two. Looking to save money on accommodation when you visit? Check out our five essential tips and trick to help slash your travel budget.

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5 Tips and trick to help slash your travel budget


guest house lancashire1. Check the rates at business hotels
They mightn’t offer five-star luxury, but business hotels are a great alternative to everyday rooms and b&b accommodation. Avoid business hotels during the dates of any major conventions or industry exhibitions in and around Chorley, as these institutions will be charging a premium then, but don’t be afraid to scour room rates outside of these peak periods. If you’re planning a brief stay in Chorley and Lancashire, there’s plenty of amazing deals and savings to be had.

2. Pay outright for the best hotel prices
Many hotels reward guests who pay outright for their reservation. Pre-payment is definitely worth considering if you’re steadfast that your trip won’t be cancelled. You have to express caution when you take this route however. Paying ahead of time usually means you won’t be entitled to a refund should you cancel your booking down the line.

However, there’s an easy way to get around this. Consider taking out some travel insurance to cover longer trips, which should cover you in the event of illness or other circumstances out of your control. This way, you’ll be able to pocket your refund should you need to cancel your planned trip to Chorley.

3. Take note of cancellation periods and refund policies
No matter how much you’re looking forward to your trip to Chorley, unforeseen events can sometimes get in the way and cause you to cancel your trip. If you’ve paid outright or laid down a small deposit for your reservation, you won’t always see this returned to you. When making a reservation for your bed and breakfast, hotel rooms or guest accommodation, take note of cancellation policies to ensure you’re entitled to a full refund of what you’ve paid should the worst happen and you need to cancel your trip and stay.

4. Avoid paying for extras
Depending on the reason for your trip to Lancashire, you might want to consider forgoing all those extras that can turn a cheap deal on hotel or b&b accommodation into a dizzying final bill. Many places bundle in the cost of breakfast with rooms, but others charge a small premium for this perk. If you’ve a little flexibility with your schedule, your best bet is to keep your booking to a bare minimum, using nearby cafes, supermarkets and amenities to keep your stomach satiated.

Likewise, laundry costs, wireless access and other extras can stack up during your stay. Unless you’re checking in for urgent business, ditch all these add-on services to save a small fortune.

5. Don’t be afraid to ask for an upgrade
Everyone loves getting something for free. It’s not hard to nab a sensational upgrade on rooms when checking in. There’s several reasons why a b&b or hotel might upgrade guests, from under occupancy to giving those checking in for a special occasion a little treat. Visiting Chorley to celebrate an anniversary, birthday or other milestone? Make sure your hotel team knows about this as they’re more likely to grant you a perk.

Also consider checking in later in the day. Hotels will have a better idea of their occupancy levels from late afternoon onward, allowing them to be much more generous when it comes to souping up your service.

Chorley Train Station – Chapel Street


Address Chorley Train Station : Chapel Street, Chorley PR7 1BS, United Kingdom

Primary railway station of the town. The rail station is well connected with Manchester International Airport, Windermere, Bolton city centre, Preston Lancashire and central Manchester. Trains are operated by First TransPennine North West and Northern Rail.

arrow signStay close to Railway Station

Located in Lancashire England UK


Location : this town is located in the north-western part of England in the county of Lancashire, less than 10 miles from Wigan and just over 10 miles from Blackburn. Central Manchester hotels are located about 20 miles to the south-east.

Region : North West of England

County : Lancashire

Find the perfect stay in central Chorley United Kingdom. Hotels and bed & breakfasts nearby Chorley train or railway station, the bus or coach terminal, in town centre, General Hospital, Camelot Theme Park and Resort, Lancashire College, …

Also cheapest hotel accommodations just off the M61 motorway (junction 8), M6 motorway, A6 Bolton Road, Bengal Street or in nearby villages of Charnock Richard, Euxton, Leyland, Worthington and Astley Village.

Places to stay in the city center are situated between Preston and Wigan, making it an ideal stop for travellers to Scotland. Blackpool is a 30-minute drive away; Southport, Botany Bay, Wigan Pier and Lancaster are also a short journey away. Manchester and Liverpool airports are both 25 minutes from Chorley.

Nearby Attractions and Sights


Astley Hall

(Astley Park, Lancashire PR7 1NP, United Kingdom)

Charming tudor manor house well worth a visit. Astley Hall is set in a beautiful park. It’s also a popular venue for weddings.

Little Theatre

(Dole Lane, Lancashire PR7 2RL, England UK)

Small old theatre built in 1910 that hosts plays, cinema films and live comedy shows.

Heskin Hall

(Wood Lane, Heshin PR7 5PA, England)

Grade 1 listed Tudor Manor House. You can wander around the house and visit the lovely Farmers Market.

Preston England LDS Mormon Temple

(Temple Way, Hartwood Green PR6 7EQ, Chorley, England UK)

Very nice temple, well worth a look from the outside as well. If you are not a member of the LDS church you wont be able to go inside.