Preston Bed and Breakfast, Cheap Hotel and Guest House Accommodation
Please scroll down the page to see the results table
or the Google Map
We have more than one page of results. Use the page number links below to view more pages.
We have found the following B&B, Bed and Breakfast, Hotel, Inn and Guest House accommodation. Use the links in the results table for secure On-line booking or to visit the property's web site.
We have found more than 100 properties. Our system works best with an exact Postcode or by entering the Town/Suburb where you wish to stay.
Google Map, Page and Filter Controls
|You can scroll, zoom and drag the Google Map above. Or use our speed search to view hotels by distance from city focal points
Bed and Breakfast Hotel Accommodation Summaries
Have you stayed at any of these hotels? Did you have a great time or was it a nightmare? If you had a good time the hotelier would really appreciate letting other visitors know, and if it was bad - then other people would like to be saved the hassle!
Please email us on email@example.com with the Hotel name, your booking reference or visit dates and we will send you a link so that you can add your review.
If you would like to advertise your business here then please contact us. We can customise which page(s) you would like to appear on
UK Cottage Rentals Call +44 (0)845 268 8597 To Book - OR For secure date specific search Online Booking click "Availability Search" on Top Navigation Bar after clicking below link
Pembrokeshire Coastal Paths & Coves, Cornish Beaches, Snowdonia, Lighthouses, Farmhouses, Yorkshire Dales, Scottish Glens, Derbyshire Pennines & Peak District & Much more. Call +44 (0)845 268 8597. [ Click Here To View and Book 15,000 UK Cottages Online ]
Timetables, ticket booking on-line and reserve seats for train operators in mainland UK. thetrainline is the UK's leading independent rail ticket retailer
You can buy tickets from all train companies to all national destinations
[ http://www.thetrainline.com ]
Tickets From Ticketmaster
Staying Overnight? Check out Theatre, Sporting Events, Attractions, Comedy Tickets and much much more from Ticketmaster [ http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk ]
Europcar Car Hire Countrywide
New cars, all inclusive prices, 24/7 service at most airports, and super deals for BedandBreakfasts.co.uk users!
[ http://www.europcar.com ]
National Express Coaches Coach Services
National Express, Our prices are never out of reach
You'll find great value at National Express, wherever and whenever you travel
[ http://www.nationalexpress.com ]
E-Mail this page to your Friends
You can copy and paste this text into an e-mail or other document E.g. A wedding invitation or corporate meeting circular.
Simply click inside the window above. Press Control-a (to highlight everything) and then copy (type Control-c) the script on to the Clipboard. Go to your email program and click Edit... then Paste.
Find Alternative Hotels and Bed and Breakfasts with Price Comparison
Can't find exactly what your looking for? Searching many Travel sites for the lowest price?
Why not try our new site www.onlinehotelbooking.net which compares prices from all Hotels, Inns, Guest Houses and B & B booking sites all at once saving you the trouble. Free service.
Preston is a city and local government district in North West England. It is the administrative centre of Lancashire, and is on the River Ribble. Preston was granted the status of a city in 2002
During the Roman period the road from the Setantian port of Neb of the Nese passed one mile north of Preston and intersected the road from Languavallium in Cumberland to Condate in Cheshire in Preston at Tulketh-hall.
In Ripon in 705 the lands near the River Ribble were set on a new foundation, and the parish church was probably erected. Later Edward the Elder passed the lands to cathedral at York and then from successive transfers the lands were passed round between churches, hence the name Priest's Town or Preston. An alternative explanation of the origin of the name is that the Priest's Town refers to a priory set up by St. Wilfrid near the Ribble's lowest ford. This idea is reinforced by similarity of Preston's crest bearing a lamb with St. Wilfrid's banner (Walsh and Butler 1992).
The right to hold a Guild Merchant was conferred upon the Burgesses of Preston by a charter of 1179; the associated Preston Guild is a civic celebration held every 20 years
The strategic location of the city, almost exactly mid-way between Glasgow and London, is demonstrated in that decisive battles of the English Civil War (1643) and the first Jacobite rebellion (1715) were fought in Preston.
In 1825 Preston was in the hundred of Amounderness, in the deanery of Amounderness and the archdeaconry of Richmond. The name of Amounderness is more ancient than the name of any other Wapentake or hundred in the County of Lancaster, and so Preston dates from at least the High Saxon period. Served by the River Ribble, Preston was one of the principal ports of Lancaster. King Charles I demanded a quarter more ship money than from Lancaster and twice as much as from Liverpool
Harris Museum and Art Gallery
St Walburge's Church (the tallest church in England designed by Joseph Hansom of Hansom Cab fame, with the third-highest spire at 94 metres)
The National Football Museum
The Museum of Lancashire
The Lancashire Queens Regiment Museum
The British Commercial Vehicle Museum
Broughton Cottage Museum
Ribble Steam Railway Musuem
Miller Park, Preston
Waverly Park (Sometimes known as Ribbleton Park)
Broadgate - running along the River Ribble opposite Penwortham, which is in South Ribble
Broughton - rural parish in the north east
Fishwick [including the Callon estate]
Fulwood - the former separate district council incorporated into Preston in 1974, with a mix of rural and suburban areas.
Ingol [including the Tanterton community]
Larches [incorportating the Larches and Savick communites]
Lea [including the Cottam and Lea Town communites]
Preston Rural East - including Sherwood, Broughton and Haighton
Preston Rural North - including Goosnargh, Woodplumpton and Barton
Riversway - including Broadgate
Town Centre [this is still called 'Town Centre' as City Status was granted following the most recent boundary changes]. This brings together Avenham, Frenchwood and the city centre
University - based around the Plungington and Maudland Bank areas
Preston Hotel, Preston Bed and Breakfast, Preston Cheap Hotel accommodation suitable for a Preston Weekend Break, a Preston City Break, Preston Wedding Accommodation, Preston Guys Night out, Preston Girls Night out or even a Preston Stag Night or a Preston Hen Night