Special Offers

Book a Sunday night at any Best Western Lavender Hotel and enjoy a 2 course meal with bottle of wine and breakfast.  All for just £69 for two people!

Your stay includes:

  • One night stay in a standard room
  • 2 course meal from our Specials Menu 
  • Bottle of wine with your meal
  • Choice of full English or continental breakfast 
  • Full use of leisure facilities (where available)
Terms and conditions

This offer is for 2 adults sharing a standard room at either The Everglades Park Hotel (Widnes), Oaks Hotel (Burnley), The Higher Trapp Hotel (Burnley), The Old Mill (Bury) or Park Hall Hotel (Chorley).This offer is available on selected Sundays until 31st October 2017. Offer is subject to availability. Includes two courses from Specials Menu and bottle of house wine.

To book simply use code SUNDAYOFFER when selecting your preferred  hotel and dates in the booking search above!


Best Western Everglades Park Hotel, Widnes

Ideally located just off the M62, the Everglades Park Hotel is an ideal base to visit Liverpool – a city of culture and heritage or the many local attractions such as Gullivers World, Knowsley Safari Park, Cheshire Oaks, Blue Planet Aquarium and Chester Zoo.

Best Western Oaks Hotel & Leisure Club, Burnley

A stunning hotel that’s retained its original features to give a sense of grandeur and history. Here you can explore Pendle Hill and it’s superb scenery, visit museums and Stately Homes or shop for a bargain at the famous Boundary Mills.

Best Western Higher Trapp Country House Hotel, Nr Ribble Valley

The hotel enjoys an elevated position with panoramic views across the Lancashire Countryside. Here you can explore some breathtaking scenery with the Ribble Valley and Forest of Bowland on the door step or take a trip to the market town of Clitheroe.

Best Western Old Mill Hotel, Ramsbottom, Nr Bury

A stay at the Old Mill offers you an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life . Explore the surrounding area of Pendle and Rossendale, take a ride on a steam locomotive on the East Lancs Railway or visit the famous Bury Market.