The rooms at Hurstwood Hall are unique.
The Spenser Room is a large luxurious room with separate private bathroom.
The Ormerod Room is a spacious room with super king size bed which can easily be converted into two singles. The room is well equipped and has a private shower room.
All of our rooms have complimentary tea, coffee and wi-fi.
The Spenser Room
The Spenser Room is named after the poet, Edmund Spenser who lived in the village. The room is a large, luxurious room with super king size bed, sitting area and “viewing room”. There is a separate large bathroom with power shower over the bath. The room boasts tea and coffee making facilities, widescreen television and free wi-fi.
The Ormerod Room
The Ormerod Room is named after Agnes Ormerod whom Barnard Towneley married in 1579. It is is a spacious room with a super king sized bed which can easily be converted into a twin. It has a private shower room, tea and coffee making facilities, widescreen television and free wi-fi.
The Chapel is the largest and most luxurious of our three rooms. It boasts a super-king size four-poster bed, a roll-top bath within the room and its own en-suite bathroom. It is so called as the room was used for worship by local Methodists from around 1795 when the Hall was owned by Mr Eltoft, a cotton manufacturer and lay preacher.