The Ashwood Hotel is located in the city centre of Preston. With 25 bedrooms, we offer a high level of service and take pride in our accommodation. Parking is available to the front of the hotel.
We are just 5 minutes walk from the train station and main shopping centre and within close walking distance of the University, Guild Hall, Charter Theatre, Harris Museum, 53 degrees and Lancashire Records Office.
We hope to make your stay in Preston as comfortable and pleasurable as possible. If you have any queries please don't hesitate to contact us.
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The hotel is located right in the centre of Preston on Fishergate Hill, just down the hill from the railway station and County Hall.
You can print a map and directions here
Avenham and Miller Parks are located in the heart of the city centre, less than 2 minutes walk from the hotel.
Avenham and Miller Parks won the coveted Green Flag Award for the first time in 2008 and have retained the award every year since.Visit website
The Harris Museum and Art Gallery is free to visitors and has been since opening in 1893. If you are planing a visit to see our Grade I listed building, our collections of fine and decorative art, an exciting contemporary art show or learn about Preston's history.
The Harris has enriched the lives of our visitors and the local community by creating links between people, collections and exhibitions, by celebrating creativity and stimulating learning … something that continues today!Visit website
Situated within a Historic Grade ll listed former court house building, the museum provides a great venue to turn back the clock and explore.
Discover our Victorian schoolroom, and practice your best handwriting on a slate.Visit website
Visit the Ribble Steam Railway for heritage train rides along the line. The three mile return trip includes crossing the dock swing bridge (a unique feature on the line) and then along the bank of the River Ribble, giving interesting views of the City of Preston.Visit website
Tinos is a family-run Italian restaurant in the heart of Preston with tasteful contemporary decor. Alongside thier a la carte menu of traditionally cooked Italian dishes, they offer plenty of daily specials including fresh fish dishes.Visit website
Theatre Street Bar and Grill, a seafood and steak restaurantVisit website
Contemporary and stylish cafe Bars & Restaurant in the heart of the City Centre, opening 7 days a week and most evenings, available for food, drinks, parties & private dining, providing a unique food, drink and socialising experienceVisit website
The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) based in the heart of Preston, has a truly international focus due to its thriving international populations of approximately 1500 students, representing over 40 countries. With formal links with over 120 institutions worldwide there are plenty of opportunities for students to study abroad as part of their degree.Visit website
Lancashire Record Office (LRO) looks after historic documents relating to the county from about 1115 to the present day. Anyone can use the Record Office. We are open to the public and you can consult any of the records free of charge.Visit website
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