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Barley Mow 

Barley, Burnley, BB12 9JX Show on map  5.16 miles from Burnley
Score 9.2 from 89 reviews
Barley Mow
Phone: +44 (0)1282 614808Online booking and availability
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Single£70.00
Double£70.00
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Rosehill House Hotel 3 Stars

Rosehill Avenue, Burnley, BB11 2PW Show on map  0.56 miles from Burnley
Score 8.4 from 584 reviews
Rosehill House Hotel
Phone: +44 (0)1282 453931Online booking and availability
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Single£49.00
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Holiday Inn Express Burnley M65 Jct 10 

55 Pendle Way, Burnley, BB12 0TJ Show on map  0.67 miles from Burnley
Score 8.3 from 543 reviews
Holiday Inn Express Burnley M65 Jct 10
Phone: +44 (0)800 988 3282Online booking and availability
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Best Western Higher Trapp Country House Hotel 3 Stars

Trapp Lane, Simonstone, Burnley, BB12 7QW Show on map  4.38 miles from Burnley
Score 8.4 from 245 reviews
Best Western Higher Trapp Country House Hotel
Phone: +44 (0)1282 772781Online booking and availability
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BEST WESTERN Oaks Hotel and Leisure Club 3 Stars

Colne Road, Burnley, BB10 2LS Show on map  2.01 miles from Burnley
Score 8.0 from 411 reviews
BEST WESTERN Oaks Hotel and Leisure Club
Phone: +44 (0)1282 414141Online booking and availability
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Burnley, located in Lancashire, is a fairly large market town that is situated about 18 kilometers east of Blackburn. The town was founded during the medieval period; however, it truly began to expand during the Industrial Revolution. During this time it became the largest producer of cotton in the world. Although much of the industry has been lost, Burnley has continued to thrive as a dormitory town for the M65 corridor, Leeds and Manchester. The town can be easily reached from other areas. There are numerous accommodation options in Burnley as well as in the surrounding area.

The town of Burnley is located within the area that is known as Lancashire. There is a population of about seventy three thousand five hundred living within the town of Burnley. Burnley is located about eleven miles to the east of Blackburn and about twenty-five miles to the east of Preston. The town is located at the point where the River Brun meets the River Calder.

Burnley dates back to the early part of the medieval years when it was a small market town. The town underwent most of its development during the Industrial Revolution. It was once the largest producer for cotton cloth however nowadays the town has lost most of its industry. The town is increasingly becoming a dormitory town for the nearby areas of Leeds and Manchester. The largest employer within the town is the public sector.

The town of Burnley has three different tiers to the local government, which are the county council of Lancashire, a borough council of Burnley and also the parliament of the United Kingdom. The borough council of Burnley has been governed since 2008 and the Liberal Democrats did this.

Burnley is located within a valley, which is naturally three forked at the point where the River Calder and the River Brun meet each other. The town is surrounded by open fields and also some moor land that has been left to go wild.

There is a strong education network within the town and this consists of a grammar school for boys, which was first founded within St Peters Church during 1559. The first headmaster of the boy's school was a former priest and he was known as Gilbert Fairbank.

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