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Blackburn is situated in Lancashire and is home to a variety of parks. The town is well known for its cotton weaving industry. The Blakewater River winds through the town of Blackburn. Sights to see while in Blackburn include the Blackburn Museum Art Gallery, the Lewis Textile Museum, Witton Country Park and the 19th century cathedral that is located in the centre of Blackburn. There are also many restaurants in the local area, including several South Asian establishments and numerous accommodations in the immediate area. Visitors will find Blackburn easy to access from other towns in the local area. Book Blackburn hotels, Blackburn Bed and Breakfasts or other Blackburn accommodation below.
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Rose Cottage Bedandbreakfast
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Rose Cottage Bedandbreakfast
Longsight Road (a59), Clayton Le Dale, near Blackburn, BB1 9EX  Show on map
Score 8.6 from 34 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1254 813223
    Fax: +44 (0)1254 813831

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£36.00£60.00
 
  
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Premier Inn Blackburn South
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Premier Inn Blackburn South
Riversway Drive, Off Eccleshill Road, Blackburn, BB3 0SN  Show on map
Score 8.2 from 44 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)870 197 7187


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£50.00£50.00
 
3 Stars 
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Astley Bank Hotel
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Astley Bank Hotel
Bolton Road, Darwen, Blackburn, BB3 2QB  Show on map
Score 8.5 from 46 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1254 777700


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£75.00£75.00
 
4 Stars 
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Oaklands Hotel
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Oaklands Hotel
102 Preston New Road, Blackburn, BB2 6BH  Show on map
Phone: +44 (0)1254 53309



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£26.00£48.00
 
  
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The Millstone At Mellor
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The Millstone At Mellor
Church Lane, Mellor, Blackburn, BB2 7EY  Show on map
Score 8.5 from 23 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1254 813333


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£64.00£64.00
 
2 Stars 
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The Avenue Hotel
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The Avenue Hotel
Brockhall Village, Old Langho, near Blackburn, BB6 8AY  Show on map
Score 8.7 from 84 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1254 244811


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£49.00£49.00
 
3 Stars 
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Stanley House Hotel
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Stanley House Hotel
Further Lane, Blackburn, BB2 7NP  Show on map
Score 8.9 from 13 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1254 7692000


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£132.00£132.00
 
4 Stars 
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Premier Inn Blackburn North West
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Premier Inn Blackburn North West
Myerscough Road, Balderstone, Blackburn, BB2 7LE  Show on map
Score 8.5 from 19 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)870 990 6388


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£47.00£47.00
 
3 Stars 
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Hill View Hotel
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Hill View Hotel
90 Preston New Road, Blackburn, BB2 6BH  Show on map
Score 5.2 from 19 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1254 662242


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£35.00£35.00
 
  
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The Whitehall Hotel
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The Whitehall Hotel
Ross Street, Darwen, Blackburn, BB3 2JU  Show on map
Score 8.1 from 63 reviews
Phone: +44 (0)1254 701595


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£60.00£60.00
 
3 Stars 
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Blackburn is a rather large town located in Lancashire, England. Blackburn got its start as a mill town, producing wool which was mostly woven in the townsfolk's homes. The town quickly become one of the first industrialized towns in the world and was known as the 'weaving capital of the world. The textile industry has seen its fair share of ups and days, with a large decline over the past hundred years. The industry began its decline in the early 1900s and hasn't looked up since. The town is now facing challenges with its economy and housing issues.

The Mall Blackburn consists of over 130 shops and 400 outlets nearby and is the main shopping centre in town. Blackburn Markets still run today for three days opposite the mall and more retail parks are being added all the time. If shopping isn't your thing, take in some of the sites Blackburn has to offer. Blackburn Cathedral sits in the middle of the town. The Cathedral was constructed from the old Saint Mary's Parish Church, where the Cathedral now stands. Ewood Park stadium is great for the sports fans and is home of the Blackburn Rovers football club. Queen Victoria's statue stands 11 feet high and stands next to the cathedral grounds, quite the site to behold. If you are interested in older architecture you may also want to check out the Town Hall and Technical School. There are a variety of other landmarks and things to do as well, including ice rinks, railway stations, canals, and bridges so there is never a dull moment in Blackburn.

We hope you enjoy your stay in one of our cheap Blackburn hotels, mid range or luxury Blackburn hotels.

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