The Crown Hotel offers comfortable hotel accommodation located in the town of Colne in Lancashire. The hotel was a former coaching inn and was built in 1852.
We offer a total of ten guest bedrooms including double, family, twin and single rooms. When guests arrive they will receive a key meaning you can come and go as you please. All of the tastefully decorated guest rooms offer the following:
Tea & coffee making facilities.
En suite facilities.
A scrumptious home cooked full English breakfast is included in the room rate and served om the dining room every morning. There are also some other options available including cereal and toast and of course tea, coffee and fruit juices.
As well as offering breakfast we also offer lunches and evening meals that are served in our restaurant. Some of the food available includes cottage pie, lasagne, chicken tikka masala and spinach and ricotta cannelloni. We also offer a children's menu. To see the full menu please visit our website. We also offer a range of drinks including beer, lager, real ales, wines, spirits, soft drinks and hot drinks.
Every Saturday night we host live entertainment in our bar area. We also have a quiz night on a Wednesday that runs from 9.00pm. In the bar area there is a pool table that guests can use during their stay.
The hotel has an outdoor terrace area where there is plenty of outdoor furniture making it an ideal place to enjoy a drink after a busy day exploring the area.
The ancient market town of Colne is stepped in history and is the birthplace of Wallace Hartley and is also home to the Great British R&B Festival. There are many places in the local area to visit whilst staying at the hotel including Wycoller Country Park which is a beautiful and secluded part of the Pennines with a rich history, cafe and walks for all the family.
For more information please visit our website.
Rates: From £33.50 per person per night.
From £62 per room per night based on 2 people sharing.
Children are welcome.
Sorry, no pets.
Off street parking.
3 Star Visit England.