The Holiday Inn Express Burnley offers unparalleled access to a diverse mix of captivating scenery, historic landmarks and metropolitan modernity. Our local communities also offer a varied calendar of leisure activities, including several annual highlights. With so much to see and do all year round, the Holiday Inn Express Burnley provides you with a pathway to the heart of the action from the moment you check in…
Afternoon: Check in from 2pm and start your day with us by seizing the opportunity to stretch your legs and exploring Burnley’s cultural heritage, iconic landmarks and peaceful beauty spots. The Holiday Inn Express Burnley is dog-friendly, too, meaning that your canine companions are welcome to accompany their humans on a choice of leisurely walks around some of the county’s most celebrated places. Highlights include sites of local culture and historic significance such Gawthorpe Hall, as well as the Leeds/Liverpool Canal ‘Straight Mile’, once declared one of the seven wonders of the British canal system.
Evening: After an afternoon spent enjoying the sights and sounds of Burnley, guests are guaranteed a warm welcome back at the hotel, where they can relax and unwind in our bar and lounge area or enjoy a refreshing beverage on our spacious terrace before enjoying enjoying a tasty, bistro-style meal in the Great Room. Fans of the lively arts can then choose to enjoy one the performances staged at the Burnley Mechanics Theatre or, if you’re willing to travel a little further, Colne’s charming Muni Theatre, throughout the calendar year as they both premiere an exciting new season of live shows. Guests seeking a more sedate evening’s entertainment are welcome to relax and unwind with a cold beer and watch the latest sporting action on the TV in the bar at the hotel.
Morning: Indulge in a light breakfast or a Full English, all included with your room, in preparation for another day’s adventure at the heart of Lancashire. Grasp the opportunity to venture to Towneley Park, the town’s largest green space offering 440 acres of landscaped parkland and the jewel in Burnley’s crown. Alternatively, visit the Singing Ringing Tree, a unique sound sculpture in the landscape of Pennine Hill, which will gift you with unparalleled views of Burnley from the lofty vantage point offered by one of the town’s most distinctive local treasures.