The Last Drop Village Hotel and Spa

At a glance

  • Location


    Set in its own village the site of this hotel is an unusual one – and the backdrop of picturesque Pennine Moors mean it has everything you could want from that all important mini-break.

  • Shopping


    Craft shops are quite literally on your doorstep at this hotel.

  • Wheelchair

    Accessible Spa

    The hotel offers ground floor bedrooms and one disabled access bedroom, and the leisure club offers ramp access, and disabled changing facilities. Note that the hotel is designed in a village lay out with cobbled floors and no lift in the main hotel.

  • Leisure break

    Leisure Break Venue

    An ample collection of leisure facilities and spa treatments allow you to relax and recover on a day or weekend getaway. Teenage treatments available on request

  • Restaurant


    There is no shortage of options when it comes to dining at Last Drop with two restaurants and two bars there is a whole weekend’s worth of choices.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    Children are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities, and have designated swimming times.


The Last Drop Village Hotel and Spa

The Last Drop Village Hotel and Spa, Hospital Road, Bromley Cross, Bolton, BL7 9PZ

Spa & Leisure

Set in a converted eighteenth century farmhouse complete with cobbled streets on the edge of the Pennine Moors, the hotel’s Village Spa enjoys a contemporary interior with all the facilities to help you unwind. The eighteen meter pool provides everything you need before that well-earned break in the sauna, Jacuzzi, solarium, hydro pool or laconium, and of course the selection of treatments including massage, manicures and spray tans are the cherry on the anti-aging cream cake.

Hotel & Accommodation

With views over the West Pennine Moors, Last Drop is quite literally in its own little village. Originally an eighteenth century farmhouse, the body of the hotel is surrounded by cobbled streets and craft shops making it self-sufficient in terms of entertainment.

Featuring exposed beams and high ceilings that mark its heritage, the Courtyard restaurant serves a seasonal à la carte menu of Lancashire produce while The Drop Inn Pub provides a more relaxed environment serving Carvery lunch. The comprehensive outlay is completed with a cocktail bar which is perfect for an aperitif or post-treatment drink​, and a tea shop which serves a variety of food. ​