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Premier Inn Haydock Park - Wigan South
53 Warrington Road WN4 9PJ Ashton-in-Makerfield United Kingdom
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Description Premier Inn Haydock Park - Wigan South
The hotel is ideally located within walking distance of Ashton in Makerfield which boasts a thriving shopping centre. The hotel is close to several popular Tourist destinations including the Haydock Park Race Course Three Sisters Recreation Area created some 30 years ago out of three giant colliery spoil tips. The Three Sisters includes a first- class racing arena of international standard and a leisure lake. Gulliver's World Theme Park in Warrington and World of Glass at St Helens are also with in easy travelling distance. There are two rail stations close by and can be easily reached from the M6 motorway. Adjacent to the hotel is a family friendly pub restaurant serving good quality meals with an extensive menu. The hotel bedrooms can accommodate up to 2 adults and two children.
The Leeds Art Gallery contains watercolours, prints, sculptures, paintings and other works of art. It recently re-opened following a £1.5 million refurbishment and is now fully accessible for disabled visitors.
Facilities include a craft shop, café and a design gallery.
Entry is free and the opening hours are:
Monday and Tuesday - from 10am until 8pm
Wednesday - from 12 noon until 8pm
Thursday, Friday and Saturday - from 10am until 5pm
Sunday 1pm - 5pm.
It is closed on bank holidays.
SDC Colour Museum
This is the only museum of colour in the UK. It is divided into two distinct sections. These are entitled the World of Colour and the Colour and Textiles Gallery.
The World of Colour contains various exhibits that explain the properties of colours. There are experiments that show how different colours are perceived by different people and why some people and animals see the same colour completely differently.
The Colour and Textiles Gallery covers the history of colour, tracing it back to the early dyes used by the ancient Egyptians. The museum is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am until 4pm. Admission is free.
Peak Cavern is also known as the "Devil's Arse" and is the most natural of Castleton's four limestone caves, since it has not been extensively mined for its lead deposits. It is the largest cave in the Peak District National Park and has the largest cave entrance in Britain. This cave was home to Britain's last endemic troglodyte population, who lived in this cave system until as recently as 1915. These people made rope and tourists can now see demonstrations of their rope making methods today. Touring the Peak Cavern is only possible within a group with a guide, it is not permitted to wander through the caves freely for health and safety reasons.
Peak Cavern is open daily throughout the year from 10am until 5pm (last tours 4pm). Tours take place every hour on the hour.
Admission charges are:
Adults - £6.75 (10 Euros)
Child - £4.75 (7 Euros)
Concessions - £5.75 (8.5 Euros)
Family ticket - £20.00 (30 Euros)
Children under 5 - Free
(note to confirmer: the photo is my own)
The Stag is a CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) approved pub. It is family run and serves food as well as Real Ales and other drinks. On a Sunday evening there is a quiz.
Food is served daily at the following times:
Monday to Friday - from 12 midday until 2pm and from 6pm until 9pm
Saturday - 12 miiday until 9pm
Sunday - 12 midday until 4pm
The opening hours of the Stag are daily Monday until Saturday from 11.30am until 11pm and from 12 midday until 10.30pm on Sundays.
The remains of Beauchief Abbey lie 5 miles (8KM) to the south of Sheffield city centre. This Abbey was built between 1176 and 1183. Today, only the tower of the Abbey remains intact and the rest of the building is ruins. This tower is now used as a Church and regular services are held here.
A great deal of the original estate has been converted into golf courses, but there are still woodland parks surrounding the Abbey, which has been declared a Scheduled Ancient Monument. Access to the area is free and it is open throughout the year.