New boutique hotel set in 200-year-old Grade-II listed Lancashire property opens its doors


The Lawrence, a boutique hotel located in Padiham, Lancashire has officially opened its doors.

Following renovation of the 200-year-old Grade-II listed building, owner Michael Huckerby has announced it is open to guests.

The Padiham-based hotel boasts 14 bedrooms over the main house and stables, and features an honesty bar, three function and conference rooms and an outside courtyard.

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The 19th century hotel, formerly the Trevalyen guest house, was renovated last year.

The main house has been completely refurbished and now houses one suite, three signature rooms, three superior rooms, and seven snugs.

Michael Huckerby, owner of The Lawrence, said: “Pendle Hill, is one of the best known jewels in Lancashire’s crown, there is as much history and heritage in Lancashire as there is in a place like the Lake District but we just need to learn to market it and give it showcase to bring visitors in.

He added: “We’ve already had guests from all over the world come to stay with us, from Wales & Italy, to America, Australia, and Canada.”

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