The Best Hotels to Book Near Haydock Park Racecourse
At Best Western Plus Lancashire Manor, guests can stroll the lush gardens before enjoying a day out at the races nearby | Courtesy of Best Western Plus Lancashire Manor / Expedia.com
As one of the premier racecourses in the UK, Haydock Park promises a fantastic day out.
Our selection of Merseyside hotels near Haydock Park Racecourse range from sleek modern properties to country inns housed in restored, centuries-old coaching inns. All ensure a comfortable and enjoyable stay within easy reach of Haydock Park and the region’s other sporting attractions, such as the St Helens rugby league stadium – all bookable on Culture Trip.
Mercure St Helens
3.9/5 (154 Reviews)
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Now from $62 per night
With a top location in the heart of the Merseyside town of St Helens – perfect for exploring attractions like Haydock Park Racecourse and the Totally Wicked Stadium – Mercure St Helens promises a comfortable four-star stay. Rooms have a contemporary design enlivened with vibrant modern artworks – while the on-site spa, including a swimming pool, sauna and jacuzzi – offers no end of opportunities to relax.
The Eccleston Arms
4.6/5 (20 Reviews)
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Now from $93 per night
Crushed velvet cushions, a sleek grey colour palette and wooden wall panelling are among the design touches which distinguish this style-conscious boutique in St Helens. The grill restaurant downstairs is particularly acclaimed for its Mediterranean dishes such as confit duck and herb-crusted lamb rump – while the hotel is perfectly placed as a base for enjoying a day out at the rugby or the races.
Holiday Inn Haydock
4.2/5 (556 Reviews)
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Now from $78 per night
Reliable quality and comfort are two things we’ve come to expect from the Holiday Inn brand – and this Haydock hotel delivers on both fronts. Conveniently sited just off the M6 motorway, it features cheerfully designed, bright guestrooms, a health club with a sauna, pool and whirlpool – and a Full English breakfast so good it has won awards. The perfect way to start the day.
The Kirkfield Hotel
4.6/5 (68 Reviews)
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Now from $89 per night
Perfectly set up for enjoying a day at the races, this cosy hotel is housed in a historic house in the market town of Newton-le-Willows. Period features, such as rugged wooden ceiling beams, abound in the rooms, which otherwise feature a modern design. The food here is superb – the roast beef on a Sunday is particularly recommended – and a superb selection of wines and real ales are on hand to help you relax.
4/5 (399 Reviews)
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Now from $91 per night
This stylish, vibrant hotel is perfect for a design-conscious stay in the outskirts of Warrington, ideal for exploring the nearby Risley Moss Nature Reserve and Birchwood Forest Park. Rooms have a bright, modern feel with luxurious rain showers – but also an ecological focus, as all amenities are sourced sustainably. The downstairs bar area – with its retro decor and plush sofas – is perfect for enjoying a pizza and shooting some pool.
With just 11 cosy guestrooms, the Griffin offers a classic pub stay in the Merseyside village of Eccleston, overlooking the greenery of the Mill Wood Nature Reserve. Rooms have a traditional design and are very comfortable – while the food at the pub downstairs is superb: the afternoon teas are particularly acclaimed. Quiz nights are also a regular occurrence here – held every Wednesday – so get prepping.
Best Western Plus Lancashire Manor
4.2/5 (168 Reviews)
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Best Western can always be relied upon for a professional and pleasant stay, and this hotel – housed in a historic 16th-century manor house – combines those qualities with a lovely heritage atmosphere. Rooms make the most of the building’s history: with lovely exposed walls and four-poster beds combined with all the modern conveniences you’d expect from a contemporary hotel. More history is on hand at the nearby stately home, Holland Hall.
These recommendations were updated on September 24, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh. This article is an updated version of a story created by Daniel Stables