Budget Accommodation in town center, near railway,...
PR1 8JB, Preston, 11-14 Fishergate Hill
Situated in Preston, a 4-minute walk from the train station, the family-run Ashwood Hotel has a garden. Popular points of interest nearby include University of Central Lancashire, UCLAN Library and Preston City Council. Free parking... read more
£ 40.00View Rates
PR2 1BQ, Preston, 54 Waterloo Road
Featuring free WiFi, Fern Lodge offers self-catering accommodation in Preston, 1.4 km from the University of Central Lancashire. Fern Lodge offers a shared kitchen and lounge. Guests have access to shared bathroom facilities. Preston Marina... read more
£ 48.00View Rates
PR1 3AU, Preston, Ringway
Holiday Inn Preston is located in the heart of Preston city centre, offering easy access to the region’s major road network, including the M6, M61, M65 and the M55. All that the city has to... read more
£ 53.00View Rates
PR2 2SX, Preston, Stocks Road 7
Boasting a shared lounge, Ladysmith House is located in Preston, a 13-minute walk from UCLAN Library. This property is situated a short distance from attractions such as University of Central Lancashire and Lancashire County Council.... read more
£ 67.00View Rates
PR1 8BQ, Preston, 10 Theatre Street
No.10 Preston is situated in the city centre of Preston, a 2 minute walk from St. George's shopping centre. Free WiFi is offered in the apartments. The apartments offer Hypnos beds and Egyptian cotton sheets,... read more
£ 95.49View Rates
What to do while staying in the city of Preston UK ?
Preston is an attractive town with so much to offer its visitors ranging form boutique shops, specialty shops, markets, historical and cultural centres, cheap hotels, b&b’s accommodation and lots of dinning options. Wander through Winckley Square and Avenham & Miller Park to get the taste of the green spaces, play areas and wildlife habitats at the city centre.
Alternatively, you can wallow in the Harris Museum to explore the literature, arts and science of this beautiful city. Don’t miss a visit to St John’s Minster in Church Street, an active Anglican church. Preston also offers bustling outdoor and indoor markets for fresh Lancashire produce and a variety of independent shops and boutiques.
Drive to the National Football Museum to see the definitive collection that celebrates the history of the great games in the city and different exhibitions on the display.
Sample the quality of the traditional and international fare on offer at cosmopolitan cafes, restaurants and tea shops. There is so much to explore at the docks and marina as well, from steam trains and boating to eateries, waterfront living, pubs and cinemas. Thanks to its beautiful city centre, you will always want more time to explore.
Cheap Places to Stay – City Centre (Church Street) Hotel or B&B room
If there is one thing you will have to appreciate about Preston, it’s its accommodation. Many great value hotel accommodations are found in the city centre, near the rail station, University and Deepdale Football Stadium. The hotels offer a wide range of welcoming guest rooms, family rooms equipped with king-size bed, quality ensuite facilities complete with power shower, work desk, Free-view TV and coffee making facilities.
Additionally, you will be provided with quality duvets and pillows as well as black-out curtains to enable you enjoy your sleep. There are also several b&b’s and guest houses ranging from very cheap to 5 star luxury accommodation in the city centre and near the railway station based on your budget. Compared to bed and breakfast in Manchester city centre, establishments in Preston are cheaper priced.
Most of these bed & breakfast and hotels are ideally situated near the train station and Church Street in the heart of town to enable you get accommodation stress free. There is a choice of double, twin and family rooms to choose from.
Daily, you will be served with a full English breakfast from fresh, local produce complete with hot drinks as well as vegetarian options and lighter choices. Remember, family rooms are a bit more expensive, but it is a great idea book ahead to get the best available offers.
Hotels near Preston Train Station
Address of railway station : Platform 3/4, Fishersgate, Preston Lancashire PR1 8AP, United Kingdom
Location of the town in Lancashire England UK
Location : this city is situated in the north-western part of the country, and lies on the banks of the River Ribble.
The region’s major road network include the M6, M61, M65 and the M55. The beautiful Yorkshire Dales is 30 minutes away. Blackpool seafront hotels and sea facing bed and breakfasts, and central Manchester can both be reached in a 20-minute drive.
Region : North West England
County : Lancashire
Attractions and Sights within easy reach
Turbary Woods Owl and Bird of Prey Sanctuary
(At the rear of Duxburys Garden Centre, 92 Chain House Lane, Whitestake PR4 4LB, England UK)
Fabulous owl sanctuary run by very dedicated and knowledgeable volunteers. A very enjoyable day out for the entire family.
(Market Square, Lancashire PR1 2PP, United Kingdom)
Very interesting museum. Well worth a visit for the architecture, collections of paintings and antiquities.
Brockholes Nature Reserve
(Juction 31 M6 Motorway, Preston New Road, PR5 0AG England UK)
Nature reserve owned by the Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside. There are lots of wide open spaces as well as wildlife to observe. Great place to wander round for both children and adults.
Ribble Steam Railway
(Chain Caul Road, Lancashre PR2 2PD, United Kingdom)
Take a ride on a steam train, a must for all steam rail enthusiasts. They have also a good selection of steam and diesel engines in the museum.