Beer nirvana! For holidaymakers, a popular “beercation” package is available at a luxury Lancashire hotel.


Beer nirvana! For holidaymakers, a popular “beercation” package is available at a luxury Lancashire hotel.

This hotel in Lancashire is ideal for beer lovers searching for a holiday that serves drinks from its award-winning brewery.

The new Holmes Mill extension at Clitheroe’s Spinning Block Hotel has become a success with guests thanks to its ‘Beercation’ package deal. The hotel not only offers the North’s longest bar, but also an award-winning pub and brewery where you can try the best ales and lagers.

Those who prefer spirits to a pint can dine at the onsite Distillery Bar & Grill, which serves steak and seafood as well as modern British cuisine.

The deal, which starts at £135, allows customers to enjoy ales in the Bowland Beer Hall before resting in the rustic beds of The Spinning Block Hotel.

A one-night stay in a traditional double room with an in-room beer gift, £50 worth of beer vouchers to spend on-site, and a ‘ale trail’ map is included in the price.

The recently restored establishment, which is part of the James’ Places company, was built in 1823 and includes rooms constructed so that “no two look the same,” according to a representative.

Visitors can stay in one of two suites or family rooms, classic doubles, or the penthouse, which is the most luxurious option.

The interior of the hotel – which is actually the earliest building on the Holmes Mill site to be rebuilt – is influenced by the site’s historic features, similar to the Bowland Beer Hall.

James Warburton, the owner, is credited as being the “design inspiration” behind it all.

“Everything we could see around us in the old industrial interiors — the peeling paintwork, the rusted metal, the exposed timbers, and the naked concrete – served as inspiration for the bedrooms,” he said.

“We wanted to re-create the sense of a bygone era of industry, but without the grim realities.

“We believe we’ve found the proper balance. Modern conveniences with more than a nod to the structure’s history.”

The rooms, in contrast to the hotel’s period setting, are outfitted with the most up-to-date contemporary interior design characteristics.

There are walk-in showers and vanity units in every room, as well as widescreen TVs and tea and coffee-making amenities.

Area the penthouse is not to be missed; guests will enjoy amazing panoramic views of Clitheroe, as well as a lounge and. “Brinkwire Summary News”.


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