Set in 200 acres of Lancashire countryside, Hurlston Hall is an elegant estate that’s made for relaxed retreats in the privacy of your own cottage. As a result, it’s the perfect place where groups of friends can come and relax together in your own private space, whether it’s celebrating a special occasion or just enjoying quality time. Stroll across the grounds and you will find a holistic spa where you can work out and wind down, all while surrounded by an 18-hole golf course.
Spa and hotel facilities
- Hot Tub
- Steam Room
Why people visit here
Hotel SpaThe spa sits within the grounds of Hurlston Hall, offering leisure facilities and spa treatments that all contribute to a wonderfully relaxed spa escape with friends.
GroupsThe flexible cottage accommodation means that groups of friends can come and relax together in your own private space, whether it’s celebrating a special occasion or just enjoying quality time.
Hen PartiesThe option for private dining combined with the space and self-catering option means you can really turn this into a special experience for hen parties and celebrations.
GolfThe estate includes its own 18-hole golf course which really sets the scene for your retreat as well as adding another dimension to the things to do.
Hurlston Hall frequently asked questions
- Who owns the Hurlston Hall?
- Hurlston Hall is owned by a private limited company.
- How do you get to Hurlston Hall?
- Hurlston Hall is on the Lancashire coast set in 200 acres of rolling countryside. For those who are driving, the postcode is L40 8HB and there is parking on site. The nearest train stations are Ormskirk (2.7 miles/12 minutes by taxi), or Liverpool Lime Street (14.6 miles/46 minutes by taxi). The nearest airport is Liverpool John Lennon Airport (24 miles/42 minutes by taxi).
- What is included in a spa day at Hurlston Hall?
- What's included in a spa day at Hurlston Hall depends on the experience that you book. Facilities include a gym, pool, sauna and steam room. There are also five treatment rooms and therapists use Elemis products in a collection of face and body treatments.
- What is near the Hurlston Hall?
- Hurlston Hall is set in 200 acres of grounds including the hotel's own 18-hole golf course. However, it's also within driving distance of a range of popular attractions, particularly when it comes to exploring the surrounding countryside. Top attractions include: - Cruises on the Lancashire canals - Visiting Hesketh Park - Exploring the Botanical Gardens - Ormskirk Market
- When was Hurlston Hall built?
- The original Hurlston Hall was built in the reign of Edward VI for the Hurlston family. Over the years it's been added to and gone through various different guises. It opened in its current guise in 1994.
- What amenities does Hurlston Hall have?
- Set in 200 acres of grounds, the hotel has its own 18-hole golf course. Stay in the privacy of your own cottage - there is a variety of options with space for two to eight people/up to four bedrooms and self-catering kitchens. There is a restaurant on site - The Clubhouse - for modern and casual food and drink, as well as the Scullery bar for breakfast, dinner or with a good cup of tea. You can also book private dining. Spa facilities include a gym, pool, sauna and steam room. There are also five treatment rooms and therapists use Elemis products in a collection of face and body treatments. Accessible facilities include: - Spa facilities are on the ground floor except the gym which can be accessed by a lift - Spa showers have disabled access - All treatment rooms are accessible - two have electronic beds
- What are the food and drink options at Hurlston Hall?
- The cottages have their own kitchens for self catering. There is a restaurant on site - The Clubhouse - for modern and casual food and drink, as well as the Scullery bar for breakfast, dinner or with a good cup of tea. You can also book private dining.
- How many treatment rooms are there at Hurlston Hall?
- Hurlston Hall has five treatment rooms and therapists use Elemis products in a collection of face and body treatments.
- What time is check in/check out?
- Check-in at Hurlston Hall is from 12.00 midday and check-out is at 11.00am. It is recommended however that you check your specific spa booking times before arrival, and that you check for any changes to regular opening times, particularly relating to bank holidays, before you visit.
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